Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Rose Cookies Recipe / Gulabi Puvvulu Recipe

Yummy and Tasty Rose Cookies just melts in your mouth...:)
Every one will remember their childhood days...:)

Rose Cookies are Crispy & Tasty and can be served as a tea time snack. You can even store this Rose cookies in a airtight container for about 2 weeks.

Author: Nagaharisha
Recipe Type: Snack
Cuisine: Indian
Prep & Cook Time: 1 hour


  • Rice flour - 1 Cup
  • All-Purpose Flour (Maida) - 1 Cup
  • Jaggery - 1 Cup (Shredded)
  • Sugar - 2 Tsps
  • Cardamom pods - 2 to 3
  • Salt - Pinch
  • Egg - 1 (Should be at room temperature)
  • Vanilla Extract - 1 Tsp
  • Water - 1 ¼ Cup or Required  amount 
  • Oil - To deep fry
  • Rose cookie mould

Procedure for Rose Cookies:

  • Take the jaggery and shred it by using bigger slots of the grater, grind sugar and cardamom pods into a fine powder. set aside.
  • Add vanilla extract into the beaten egg mixture and mix it well. Set aside.
  • Heat a heavy bottomed vessel with enough oil to deep fry and immerse the rose cookie mould into the hot oil. (By placing the mould in the oil, rose cookies will come out very easily while frying).
  • In the meanwhile, Into a mixing bowl add All-purpose flour (Maida), Rice flour, Shredded jaggery, salt, cardamom powder and mix it well without any lumps.
  • Now add the egg mixture and water little by little into the flour and make into dosa batter consistency.
  • Make sure the batter should not be too thick or too thin. Now the batter is ready.
  • When the oil is nice and hot, immerse halfway of the rose cookie mould into the batter and immediately immerse into hot oil. Fry until golden colour from both the sides on a medium flame.
  • Shake the mould gently and the cookie will slide away. while frying, fry one or two at a time do not crowd the pan with too many.
  • Don't be panic when it stick to the mould, with the sharp edge of the fork or knife pull it down.
  • Transfer the cookie with slotted ladle to other plate into a paper napkin when it turns to golden colour.
  • Repeat the same procedure for the remaining batter. Reheat the cookie mould and immerse half way of cookie mould in the batter and then deep fry the cookie.
  • Once this is done, allow the rose cookies to cool down completely and store in a airtight container.
  • Serve this rose cookies as a tea time snack.
  • You can even add powdered sugar instead of jaggery, but do remember jaggery is good for health when compared with sugar.
  • Do remember to immerse the cookie mould into the hot oil otherwise batter will stick to the mould and cookies will not come out good.
  • You can even add coconut milk instead of water.
  • Don't be panic if the batter is too thin, add little amount of maida (All-purpose flour).

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