Sunday, June 3, 2018

TOP 10 COOKIES FOR RAYA

Top 10 Cookies For Raya @ treatntrick.blogspot.com

Since  the festive time (Eid) is just  around the corner, here  are  Top 10  Cookies For Raya   that are made year after year.    This is the perfect time to savor and share these little treats for family and friend.

The process begins  1-2 weeks before the festival and this time of the year, most  family would gather around to bake these cookies.  With a combined effort,  jars of delicious cookies could be made faster as each member of the family is assigned to do the task.

Top 10 Cookies for Raya.  To view each recipe, click on the title  of the cookies.

1.  Suji Cookies    

Suiji Cookies Recipe @ treatntrick.blogspot.com

Pleasantly buttery and slightly crunchy cookies.  It uses clarified butter (ghee).  It will remains white after baking.  Place them 1 in apart as these expand while baking


2.   Black Sesame Seeds Cornflakes Cookies                                                      

Black Sesame Seeds Cornflakes Cookies @ treatntrick.blogspot.com

These cookies are the first one to disappear from my cookie collection.    You can't stop gobbling them, the are really GOOD.  Black sesame seeds and crushed cornflakes are used for making  Black Sesame Seeds Cornflakes Cookies


3.    Cocolate Almond (Cokdam) Cookies                                                                           
Chocolate Almond (Cokdam) Cookies Recipe @ treatntrick.blogspot.com

Deliciously simple yet elegant and tasty.  Chopped almond, chocolate spread and cocoa powder are added for making this wonderful  treat.    Roll out the dough in between 2 plastic sheet to avoid sticking


4.  Semolina Cookies/ Biskut Suji

Semolina Cookies/Biskut Suji Recipe @ treatntrick.blogspot.com

One of the popular cookies of  yesteryears. . It is still made during festive seasons.    These contain semolina but I have one without it in this collection, it is called Suji Cookies.


5.    Cornflakes Cookies

Cornflakes Cookies Recipe @ treatntrick.blogspot.com


They are quite addictive, crunchy outside but chewy inside.   Crushed cornflakes added a great texture
                                           
6.  Honey Cornflakes Cups Recipe 

Honey Cornflakes Cups Recipe @ treatntrick.blogspot.com

Only 4 ingredients to whip up these cups.  Melted honey, butter and sugar are added to cornflakes then spoon onto cake cases for baking


7.    Daisy Cookies / Biskut Dahlia                                                      

Daisy Cookies/Biskut Dahlia @ treatntrick.blogspot.com

Basically these are buttery, melt in the mouth butter cookies.  It was pretty laid on a plate due to its lovely shape made with special mold or use  a cookie press.  It is a bit tricky to make the dough,  too soft turns the cookies flat

8.  Date Tart.                                          

Date Tart Recipe @ treatntrick.blogspot.com

One of seasonal favorites,   commonly stuffed with pineapple,  but I have made slight changes by filling it with pitted date.  The beauty of these tart was pinching the sides with tart pinchers

9.   Crisp Chocolate Cookies Recipe  

Crisp Chocolate Cookies Recipe @ treatntrick.blogspot.com

Made with oil. these cookies require 1-2 hours chilling time.  Place them 2 in apart as they really spread during baking.  Turned out crisp but soft inside

10,   Biskut Makmur

Biskut Makmur Reci[e @ treatntrick.blogspot.com


A traditional biscuit made with ghee.  It was melt in the mouth usually shape like a leaf, stuffed with crushed peanut and icing sugar.  Nowadays, it is shaped into a small ball coated with icing sugar

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5 comments:

Amrita Roy said...

lovely collection of cookies

Sachin Baikar said...

Yummy ones 👍
Thanks for sharing 🙂

Pushpendra Dwivedi said...

looking delicious mouthwatering

The Lazy Gastronome said...

The cookies all look delicious. I would love to hear more about Raya and what it is about. Thanks for sharing at the What's for Dinner Party - Hope to see you again next week!

Teresa B said...

So many alternatives! I got curious about the last ones, because I have to confess I have no idea what ghee is. Off to google it.
Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty Link Party. Pinned.