I’m not a fan of biscuits or sweet things not matter how attractive they are. However, during the festive season, we always prepare biscuits for our guess. I think attractive biscuit is great to attract kids, watching they eating make me happy. This biscuit is easy to make and does not require so many ingredients.
I actually don’t know why this biscuit is called Arab biscuit as I went to Saudi Arabia I can’t find any of this biscuit, but I strongly believe this name was made up in my country. Same goes for Almond London biscuit. Nevertheless, no matter what kind of name this biscuit is, I think this biscuit is delicious.
INGREDIENT YOU NEED:
- 2 cups wheat flour
- 3/4 cup castor sugar
- 1 tin (small size) minyak sapi (ghee)
- Food colouring: Yellow, green and red
Note: Since I don’t have the weighing scales, I just use the teacup for the measurement.
- In a large mixing bowl, add the wheat flour, castor sugar and ghee. You may use an electric mixer to blend under a medium setting for 5 minutes or you can use your hand to blend all the ingredients together until the colour of the mixture turns to a light yellow.
- Prepare the dough by dividing into 3 parts with three separate dough.
- Mix each of the dough with different food colouring evenly (Yellow, green and red).
- Pinch a bit of the dough evenly from each of the colour. Forming it into a smooth ball that fits into the mini paper cup. Please take note to bake this biscuit without the mini paper cup.
- Bake for 15-20 minutes at 160 ° C. Raise and cool.
- Allow it to cool at least 20 minutes before serving.
7. Dredge the biscuit together with the castor sugar and put it into the mini paper cup.
- Then ready to be served. Easy, simple and cheap.
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