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Jun 3, 2011

Almond Cookies / Badam Cookies

Almond Cookies with a cup of hot milk..
 Hai friends,Hope everyone is planning for a great weekend..I have planned to cook some dishes and also to do a little baking...I have planned to bake a special stuff ,which I wanted to try for so many days..Todays recipe is gonna be the most simplest cookie in the world ...This is a easiest cookies that can be made by anyone..Perfect with  a cup of tea or milk..You could add entirely badam powder in this,but I added a combo of badam and cashew powder..Make sure that the egg you use came straight out of fridge,that what make this cookies so crispy...Make this humble cookies and let me know how it came out..Happy Weekend:)

Ingrediants:

Flour- 300 gms / 3 cup / 10.5 ounces
Butter-200 gm
Powdered Sugar-1 cup / 200 gms / 7 ounces
Cashew powder-1/2 cup / 50 gms / 2 ounces
Badam powder-1/2 cup / 50 gms / 2 ounces
Baking powder-2 tsp
Vanilla-2 tsp
Cold Egg-1

Method:

Preheat the oven to 180°C(360°F)..

In a mixing bowl beat together butter,sugar and vanilla till mixed.Add in egg and mix well.

Now add in badam powder,cashew powder and mix well.

Throw in the flour,baking powder and mix till it gets combined and forms a soft ball.

Divide that in to equal size balls and arrange it on a well buttered baking tray.Stud each cookies with a badam piece.

Put it in the oven and let it bake for 15-20 min or until golden brown.

Remove it from the oven and let it cool in the wire rack for 30 min.

Transfer it to a air tight container and enjoy it with a cup of tea.

Pictorial:
Ur ingrediants
Beat butter with sugar and vanilla
add in one cold egg..
put in the nut powders
mix in the flour
till it forms a ball
divide it and arrange it in a baking tray
stud each cookie with a badam piece
Bake it till golden
Arrange it in a wire rack and let it cool
SERVE
ENJOY

39 comments:

  1. Almond cookies are so delicious, I love them and yours look gorgeous! I can't wait to read the recipe of those yummy beautiful chocolate slices!
    Cheers

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  2. I love cookies of all types. I've never heard of "badam" though... I just looked it up - is it just like "ground almond"?

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  3. They are just so perfect!! Will surely give it a try. BTW they would make perfect entry to my event - Drive me nuts. Check it out.

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  4. You have a lovely blog with alot of great recipes! I just recently posted my 100th post so I'm a newbie like you! These almond cookies look amazing. I too am not familiary with badam powder but excited to learn about something new!

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  5. Very addictive and scrumptious cookies..

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  6. almond cookies i too tried recently n posted it in my blog...yours looks so perfect n crunchy..like the addition of cashewnut powder n makes more rich n tasty...nice clicks !!! you too have a great weekend..have fun :)

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  7. OMG lovely cookies..yumm!!

    http://vegetarianmedley.blogspot.com/

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  8. wow..Thats crunchy cookies,well presented..

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  9. wow..cookies looks very delicious..and the clicks are also awesome..loved it..:)

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  10. I like the simplicity of these almond cookies. Very tasty looking!

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  11. Hi Arthi, thanks for stopping by my blog. Those almond cookies look lovely - I could eat one right now with a cup of tea!

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  12. well explained and perfectly made cookies.bright pics too

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  13. These look wonderful! I love almond cookies. I've never baked with cashew or badam powder, but if the finished product looks like this, I better find out about them!

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  14. These sound really incredible! I love almonds, sure I would love these too!

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  15. Oh, these look like wonderful cookies! My mom is a big fan of almond cookies...I should make a batch to share with her :)

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  16. yummy looking cookies, perfect with the a'noon cuppa !

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  17. Love the golden color of this cookie. So pretty.

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  18. Crunchy and yummy cookies... Would love to drop by... :)

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  19. These almond cookies are wonderfully scrumptious!!

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  20. wow gr8 looking cookies dear...wud love to try it sometimes

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  21. Muy lindas y exquisitas,una belleza,tengo que prepararla hoy mismo,adoro las almendra y siempre tengo en casa,cariños y abrazos.

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  22. They are perfect!! I need to try my hand at these.

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  23. Delicious looking cookies.. and the pics are superb..:)
    Reva

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  24. Woww... Crispy cookies.. I want some!!

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  25. These cookies sound wonderful, packed with nuts! Looks fabulous specially with the almonds on top.

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  26. Aarthi ,
    This is a kind of cookkie i was searching for a long time :). I used to visit your space daily bt dnt knw how i missed this recipe :) Very Nice ... !!! Will try it and will post it in my space soon !!!

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  27. Wht is wired rack? I couldn't understand. Plz elaborate.

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  28. @AnonymousIt is just a grill stand...cooling cookies in that make it even cooling and dont make the soggy

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  29. Hi. Can I try this recipe with peanuts instead?

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  30. Hi arthi, can we make this cookies without baking powder for my 1yr kid

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  31. @Ambikayes u can try, but it will be a little hard though

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  32. what would the proportion of egg be if we were to make half your batch of cookies. Thanks!

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  33. can we skip egg if we don't want crispy cookies? Want to make soft ones for my kid

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  34. Hi.. I tried to bake choco chips cookies yesterday as per the Bajaj otg recipe book.. It burnt in the bottom later when I cooked for less time it didn't come out well. Its either brunt or undercooked.. I baked in 180 c for 10 mins 😢... Now I am going to follow your recipe.. Could you please tell me how long I need to preheat my oven.. As per Bajaj majesty it says 10 mins in 200 degree c.. Thank you..

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  35. @Debo ShreeAre you using both the heating elelments on, or only the bottom.

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