Apr 10, 2015

Eggless Cashew Cookies Recipe / Cashew Butter Cookies Recipe


This is a cookie which i made long back when i made my nan khatai recipe. It turned out to be delicious and buttery..

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You just need a handful of ingredient to make this cookie, i added cashews in them, but you can add any nuts you wish..Pista, walnuts would be great too..And instead of flour, you can use wheat flour too..


Hope you will give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you..


Preparation Time : 10 mins
Baking Time : 15 mins
Makes: 15 cookies

Ingredients:

All Purpose Flour / Maida - 1.5 cup / 180 grams
Sugar - 1/2 cup / 100 grams powdered
Unsalted Soft Butter - 100 grams
Cashews - 1/2 cup chopped
Vanilla Essence - 1 tsp
Salt - 1/4 tsp
Milk - 1 to 2 tblspn

(My 1 cup measures 240 ml)

Method:

Preheat oven to 180 Degree C. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or foil. Set aside.

Take butter, sugar, salt, vanilla in a bowl and whip till creamy.

Add in flour, cashews and mix well. 

Add in milk and make it into a soft dough.

Take small portion of dough, shape it into balls.

Place a cashew in the center, arrange it in a foil or parchment lined baking tray and bake for 14 to 15 mins.

Remove it and let it cool down completely.

Store in a air tight container.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients

Take unsalted soft butter in a bowl

whip till creamy

add in powdered sugar

add in salt

add a dash of vanilla

whip till creamy

add in flour

mix gently

add in milk

mix well

add in cashews

mix well

take a small portion

shape it into ball

place a cashew in the center

arrange it in a baking sheet which is lined with foil

bake till golden

enjoy

32 comments:

  1. Can these be made in microwave

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  2. Dear Aarthi, what should the oven temp be? And on which rack should we keep the tray.
    These questions are in regards to the cashew cookies

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  3. Madam shall we use amul butter for this recipe if it unsalted or salted ??

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  4. Cookies look very yummy i will try this

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  5. U didnt mentioned the temperature?

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  6. Hi aarthi
    Can i use salted butter or ghee????

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  7. Thanks for the recipe... surely try

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  8. @vinodsurbhi handasalted butter will make it little salty, use ghee

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  9. @AnonymousThanks for mentioning, updated it now

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  10. @Anonymous180 degree C, rack should be in the center

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  11. @AnonymousIf u have convection mode, you can make

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  12. Thank u dear aarthi mam u r very sincere and passionate towards ur blog

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  13. I have the old round oven? While baking in it shall we place the tray directly in oven or place something below the tray?

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  14. @devangi chaudhryi am not sure about that, haven't use that so far

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  15. hi, if i want to make more cookies at a time, can i place another tray at the top or bottom rack of the oven instead of baking a batch after another

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  16. @poornimaif u can keep two tray in your oven u can do that, just interchange the tray half way through the baking time so it bakes evenly

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  17. hi aarthi, thanks for the tip, that helps alot

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  18. hi aarthi, thanks for the tip, that helps alot

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  19. Hi Aarti! Cookies look great:). I have a small question. How do the cookies rise without adding any leavening agent(baking powder or soda)& do they melt in mouth after they get baked? Please respond,thanks!

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  20. hi aarthi
    is it compulsary to place the baking sheet with foil?

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  21. @Anonymousyes u need to line with foil or parchment paper

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  22. Thanks a lot aarti!! The cookies turned out to be awesome... Very crunchy!! I used ghee as I did not have unsalted butter and instead of kaju added walnuts:))thanks again!!

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  23. I made these. They turned out so delicious. I used roasted salted cashews. Wow. I also used ghee butter. My kids loved them. Thank you so much

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  24. Can we use almonds instead of cashews?

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  25. Whatelse can I use instead of parchment paper..?

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  26. Hi Arthi,
    Followed the same procedure, Oven had no 180 so used 170 in conv mode for 10min. Initially the cookies were very soft and tasty, on leaving it to cool it became very hard and unable to eat. Any ideas why

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  27. Hi Arthi,
    Thank you so much for this recipe.My friends and family cannot get enough of them. I added orange zest and glace ginger and made them a little flatter. They were crispy on outside and a bit chewy inside. Very yummy and pretty with the cashew pressed on top. I look forward to trying other recipes of yours. I'm glad I found your site. Ta hi.

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  28. Hi Aarthi, can we substitute all purpose flour with whole wheat flour ? How would that affect the taste and texture? Thanks Minakshi

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  29. Can apf be replaced with wwf ?? Pls help. Thanks

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