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  1. #1

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    Nov 2006
    hello all ! give the tips how to make maida biscuit in micro wave

  2. #2

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    Nov 2006
    Hi Radhackd
    Here is Receipe for making microwave maida biscuit

    Eggless Butter Cookies

    Ingredients: 1 1/2 cups Maida
    1/4 cup milk
    1 tsp vinegar
    120 gm butter
    1/2 cup powdered sugar
    1 tsp vanilla essence

    Mix Maida, milk, vinegar, butter, sugar and vanilla together to a creamy consistency.

    Mix in the Maida to make a smooth dough.

    Shape the cookies and place on an ungreased baking tray.

    Bake in a pre-heated oven for 15-20 minutes at 35F-180C.

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    kindly tell the timings for microwave cooking

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    My mother makes a very good maida biscuits and here is the recipe for this tasty snack
    Maida- 1cup
    Sugar-1/2 cup
    Butter-1/2 cup
    Take a bowl and mix sugar and maida. Now add the heated butter to this and mix well using water to form dough. Allow the dough to settle down for about 30 minutes and then keep into a baking tray. Preheat the oven at 325 degree F and place the tray inside the oven and cook for 15 minutes.

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    Maida biscuits are one of my favorite dishes, and I love eating them during my snack time. Well if you are interested in preparing this biscuits, here is the recipe check it out.

    Maida - 1 kg
    Cooking soda - 1 pinch
    Butter - 150gm
    Oil to fry - kg
    Sugar - 200gm
    In a blender blend sugar and shift it to a bowl.
    Add soda, water, butter and Maida to it and mix it well.
    And make a thick batter like how you do it for poori.
    And set them aside for about half an hour, and make small balls out of it.
    Take one ball and roll it like chapathi and cut them into diamond shapes.
    In a pan heat oil, by frying the biscuits with medium heat.

  7. #7
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    Oct 2011

    making biscuits

    Making maida biscuit in your microwave is pretty simple and easy. Below is the way in which this is made:
    Half cup sugar and one cup maida
    Dalda half cup
    Do mix sugar and maida in mixing bowl. You can add mixture and butter to dough. Make all that into biscuit shape, using butter. Using heated oven, make the biscuits as you like for about 15 mins. After that, cool off those biscuits. Serve them when prepared

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    Oct 2011
    Preparing maida or fine flour biscuits are not very hard. It is easy to prepare and serves your palette. What you need to do is to add some crunchy nuts to it to give it an enticing taste. Here you can follow the direction as mentioned below to prepare maida biscuits at home like:


    300 gm Maida
    150 ml Milk
    10 ml Vinegar
    150 gm Butter
    150 gm powder Sugar
    20 gm broken Cashew Nuts
    10 gm fried and crushed Almonds
    1 tsp Raisin (finely chopped)
    1 tsp Vanilla Essence


    Add to the maida the other ingredients.
    Mix and knead well to make soft dough.
    In designed cookies plates wipe melted butter.
    Roll small balls out of the dough and insert it inside the greased plate.
    Bake till golden brown in a pre-heated oven.

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    Take a dish and mix sugars and maida. Now add the warmed butter to this and mix well using water to type money. Allow the money to negotiate down for about Half an hour and then keep into a cooking plate. Pre-heat the range at 325 level F and position the plate in the range and prepare for 15 moments.

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