Ginger Biscuit

Ginger Biscuit

Ginger Biscuit

Ginger Biscuit

Category : Snacks, Pure-Vegetarian

By Shehana Renju

Published On: 28 Jan 2006

Rating: 4
6 Votes, 5 Reviews
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30 Minutes
Served : 4
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Step 1

Add a little water to jaggery and melt it over fire.

Step 2

Sieve it and make into a thick syrup measuring 1 cup.

Step 3

Beat the egg lightly.

Step 4

Add butter and stir well.

Step 5

Add jaggery.

Step 6

Sieve the maida with soda bi carbonate thrice.

Step 7

Sprinkle spices and salt and join in with egg mixture.

Step 8

Spread sugar on a paper.

Step 9

Make small balls with the dough mixture and shape with sugar.

Step 10

Flatten a little.

Step 11

Bake for 15 - 20 mins on moderate oven.


hey mollie jaggery is the dried caked form of molasses which is formed from sugarcane juice ,we often call it gur in india ok dear


jaggery is brown sugar.

Hina Shah

Sorry, what can be replaced with the eggs as we dont eat eggs. Also the cracks as per the picture of the Ginger biscuits was not there & was bit hard to chew.


Nice and Spicy Website. Hey Mollie for your kind Information, Jaggery means Sharkara in Malayalam, If you are a Malayali.

Mollie Montes

Hi I like the idea of a spicey biscuit; however, for those of us who don`t know, please tell us what jaggerty is. Thanks.

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