Rose Cookies | How to make Rose Cookies

By Linu Freddy  |  20th Jul 2015  |  
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  • Rose Cookies, How to make Rose Cookies
Rose Cookiesby Linu Freddy
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  • Cook Time

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  • Serves

    6

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About Rose Cookies

Achappam aka rose cookies is a snack Keralites, especially Christians are heavily attached to. Amazingly crunchy, these are usually made in December during the festive season.

The delicious and mouthwatering Rose Cookies is enjoyed by all. This dish is often prepared for special occasions including parties or festivals. Rose Cookies is a good option when you want to cook something different . It is an amazing dish which is liked by people of all age groups. The flavourful ingredients are the key to the amazing taste of Rose Cookies. Linu Freddy shared Rose Cookies recipe which can serve 6 people. The step by step process with pictures will help you learn how to make the delicious Rose Cookies. Try this delicious Rose Cookies recipe at home and surprise your family and friends. You can connect with the Linu Freddy of Rose Cookies by commenting on the page. In case you have any questions around the ingredients or cooking process. The Rose Cookies can also be given a rating. The "What's cooking" feature can be used to share your experience when you make Rose Cookies with other users

Rose Cookies

Ingredients to make Rose Cookies

  • 1/2kg finely sifted rice flour
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 cups coconut milk (first extract)
  • 2 teaspoon cumin seeds
  • A pinch of Salt
  • Oil for deep frying

How to make Rose Cookies

  1. Mix the flour and coconut milk to make a dippable semi thick batter. Beat the eggs separately, add to the batter and mix well. Lastly add the cumin seeds, salt and sugar combine well. Keep aside for half an hour.
  2. Heat the oil in a deep bottomed vessel. Dip the achappam mould in the hot oil.
  3. When the mould has heated up, remove it, shake off the excess oil and dip 3/4th of the mould in the batter. Ensure to dip only 3/4th of the mould in the batter, otherwise, the achappam cannot be unmoulded properly.
  4. Now take the mould from the batter and dip it in hot oil. When the batter is cooked, it will start detaching itself from the mould. If you have problems in unmoulding, use a fork to gently unmould.
  5. Repeat the process for the rest of the batter. Store these achappams in an airtight container after they cool down.

Reviews for Rose Cookies (2)

Manisha Prasada year ago

I love these but haven't tried it how thick has d batter to b
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Shanti Petiwala2 years ago

I remember eating rose cookies in the school bus when one of my Kerala friends would bring it. She'd get her mum to make some for me specially since I loved it so. Thank you for bringing back those memories.
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