Falalalalalalala! Regina’s Rose Cookies for all

Two more days to #Christmas.

This season has been ever so exciting. So much to eat, drink and make merry. I’ve been gorging on all the possible treats you can think of but there’s one of them that’s been an all-time favourite and that is Rose Cookies.

Rose Cookies are a delicious festive delicacy and each community have their own way of making them. This is the Mangalorean style and they are spectacular!

I will be sharing a precious recipe of my grandmum’s cook- Regina who makes these for her every year. This year I helped her make them and she was so delighted that a young soul in the family took so much interest. This is one of the most fun and simple festive recipes so please do give it a try and let me know how they turn out! 🙂

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Regina's Rose Cookies
Course snack
Cuisine indian
Course snack
Cuisine indian
  1. Pour oil in a deep frying pan on medium high heat and immerse the rose cookie iron cast flower mould. Keep aside.
  2. Take a mixing bowl and sift the flour, sugar and salt. Then add the eggs and coconut milk in small quantities and whisk the batter nicely.
  3. Make sure that the batter has the right consistency which is something similar to a dosa batter.
  4. Remove the immersed iron mould from the hot oil and dip  not fully into the batter and fry in hot oil. Now shake the mould gently and let the cookie slide away. Fry until crisp and golden brown on both sides.
  5. Repeat this process with the rest of batter.
  6. Place cookies on newspaper and allow them to come to cool. Serve hot.
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