Dec 15, 2011

Thekua Cookies / Khajur / Khajuri / Khajoor - For Indian Cooking Challenge

As soon as srivalli announced ICC as Thekua, I was totally ready to take the challenge…Because I loved that recipe as soon as I saw that. This is a typical cookie recipe originated from Bihar. This is their traditional dish which is made for all occasions.

 I can give you few suggestion for you to try this recipe. You could use jaggery instead of sugar, since jaggery is used traditionally. Before using it, you dissolve the jaggery in some water, drain it and use it. You could use some fennel powder in this too.

So hope you like it and let me know what you think.


Wheat Flour / Atta - 1 cup / 250 gms

Rawa / Sooji / Semolina - 3 tblspn

Copra / Dry Coconut / Desicated Coconut- 1 tblspn

Sugar - 3 tblspn Powdered ( use as per your taste)

Ghee / Oil - 2 tblspn

Milk- as per to knead

Cardamom / Yelakai - 4 pods

Oil for Deep Frying


Powdered sugar and cardamom in a blender and set aside.

Now in a mixing bowl add wheat flour, rawa, coconut, powdered sugar mixture, oil and mix well to form in a coarse crumbly mixture.

Sprinkle some milk and knead into a stiff dough. Don't add too much of milk.

Now roll this with a rolling pin so that it gets 1 inch thickness. Use your favorite cookie cutter or any lid and cut out your favorite shape.

Heat oil for deep frying and fry this till they turn golden brown. Drain in a kitchen paper.

Once it gets cool down.. store it in air tight container for upto a month.

Take all your ingrediants
Take sugar and cardamom in a blender

and powder it

Take wheat flour in a bowl

add rawa to this
add powdered sugar to this

add coconut

and oil

and crumble it

slowly sprinkle some milk in

and form into a stiff dough
roll the dough

into 1 inch thickness

use a cookie cutter

and cut into shapes

remove it

heat some oil

add the cookies

and fry till golden brown
remove and set aside
Done Done


Archana said...

New to me looks yummy.

Chitra said...

that is a very yummy snack...


Kinda new to me, but Im loving the ingredients! Pass me some dear :)

Manju said...

They look so good :) Indian cookies r so much better!


srividhya Ravikumar said...

excellent preparation..lovely.

faseela said...

awesome cookies..........

Hamaree Rasoi said...

The recipe looks simply delicious and mouthwatering.
Hamaree Rasoi

Swati Gehlot said...

Great Cookies! I wisisted your blog today and absolutely loved it! Graet work :)

vineetha said...

First time here,lovely blog..enjoyed reading about u ...Cookie looks yumm..Glad to follow u :)

Athisaya Divya said...


Torviewtoronto said...

delicious looking sweets

Lyndsey said...

Mmmm...I can just imagine how good these are!

c said...

Perfectly done and awsesome Thekua Dear.Luv the colour too.

Priya said...

Crispy thekua looks super cute and quite addictive..

Pranati Nath said...

wow dear it is looking superb....mouthwatering cookies..this recipe is new for me...can u pls add thi to my ongoing event dessert recipes for new year..

Jay said...

this looks soooooooper cute n tasty aarthi..:)
Tasty Appetite

Sreevalli said...

Crispy & yummy cookies..

Kalpana Sareesh said...

new dish.. too good .. looks so good.. u hv made it so perfectly..

SouthIndianHome said...

delicious and yummy cookies

Mélange said...

Looks perfect dear.

Muraligeetham said...

Loved your space !! Glad to follow you too dear!

Tina said...

sounds delicious..

vaishali sabnani said...

awsum!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Aarthi they look delicious..

Ganga Sreekanth said...

looks delicious. . . . . .

Suja said...

This is new to me...delicious snack.

Maayeka said...

looking very tempting and recipe ..will try soon..

Srivalli said...

So glad you joined us..looks great..

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