CHOCO NAN KHATAI/INDIAN BUTTER BISCUIT

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Hi friends, nowadays I love to bake many cakes and cookies... Don't know the reason but I love to bake more than cooking... I love biscuits all the time but after I start to bake, we won't buy any cakes n cookies from bakery... Yes!!Except puffs but am sure I get confidence to bake puffs too... n today I have planned to post Nan Khatai which is chocolate version, I prepared the nan khatai from one of my sweetest friend Priya Ranjit (Doll) from Cook Like Priya...


I already did ordinary nan khatai and posted on my blog in the name of  Melting Cookies - Low Fat Version... But I did not used butter for that cookies, I have used vegetable oil instead of butter but no compromise with the taste of it.... N I prepared this cookies as gift, me n my mom were planned to go our cousin home so I baked these both cookies and gave it to them the yummy cookies n they also not miss to praise the cookies n me too:)

Category
Cookies
Regional
 Indian
Preparation Time
5 Minutes
Baking Time 
15 Minutes
Yield
14




Recipe Source - COOK LIKE PRIYA

My Alteration in the Recipe

  • But I used powdered sugar/Icing sugar instead of granulated Sugar (Coz I did not noticed her Note..)
  • I have used Baking powder and vanilla essence... 


INGREDIENTS
All purpose flour/Maida - 1/2 Cup minus 1 Tbsp
Icing sugar/Powdered sugar - 1/3 Cup
Instant coffee powder - 1/4 Tsp (Nescafe Gold)
Coco powder - 1 Tbsp
Melted butter - 3 Tbsp
Baking Powder - 1/8 Tsp
Vanilla Essence - 1/8 Tsp


METHOD

  • Pre heat oven to 180 C/350 F. 
  • Take a mixing bowl add maida, powder sugar/Icing sugar, instant coffee powder, coco powder and vanilla essence mix it once. 

  • Grease the baking pan with butter and dust with flour.
  • Now add melted butter to the mixture and mix it till u can make firm balls with the dough.
  • To get even sized cookies take the dough in a 1 Tbsp size and roll them into balls and press it lightly and place them on the baking tray and top it with cashew and just press slightly.
  • Now place the baking tray in the oven and bake for 10 minutes, take them out and let it cool down completely. 


  • Serve it with hot drinks/ pack it for your friends/guest/relatives....





CRISPY AND YUMMY CHOCO NANKHATAI!!!


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Thank U so much Doll (Priya) for the wonderful cookies n taste mine too!!!




27 comments:

  1. Beautiful cookies, Viji, perfectly baked.

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  2. Yummy nan khatais.. Looks so nice da!

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  3. wonderful cookies viji.. even my nankhatais came out real good

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  4. wow...baked perfect n must be flavorful..

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  5. yummy nan kattai...my all time fav dear looks inviting...

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  6. Gud twist with choco ...looks yum

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  7. WOW Baking queen ....cookies look so soft and yummy !!!
    ShrutiRasoi
    Today's Recipe
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  8. Viji kutty cookies look swell :) samma cute, i hope you all enjoyed it and your cousins too. Today you really surprised me by posting a pic in FB :-) thank you so much for trying deary :) hugs

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  9. Yummy nan khatais...love the chocolate twist

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  10. They are the most tastiest biscuits my family loves as it melts inside our mouth. adding choco powder will make me shed my calories fear and grasp them too:)

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  11. Looks amazing and perfect Viji dear. Wish to munch now.

    today's post:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/03/sauteed-eggplant-tomato.html

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  12. so cute and so yummy biscuits!!!
    Sowmya
    Ongoing Event - HITS - Diabetic Friendly
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  13. very yummy dear. I am happy to pass on the Liebster Award to you - please collect it at http://priyas-virundhu.blogspot.co.uk/p/awards.html

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  14. Delicious and looks so good..

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  15. delicious cookies n lovely clicks viji

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  16. Awesome clicks and nice explanation.. You have a nice blog. Keep it going. will be here back to see your updates :) You are most welcome to my blog too. Nithya http://www.nithyasnalabagam.com

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