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Melting Moments Cookies

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Melting Moments Cookies Recipe, How To Make Melting Moments Cookies Recipe

Melting moments cookies are literally melting in your mouth. Cornstarch makes the magic. It's very easy to bake.

About Recipe

How to make Melting Moments Cookies

(30 ratings)
55 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
15 mins
Total time
25 mins
Melting Moments Cookies
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Maida flour
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : February 06, 2019


Ingredients used in Melting Moments Cookies
• All purpose flour (maida) - 100 grams.
• Milk - 1 tablespoon.
• Egg - half no.
• Vanilla extracts - 3 drops.
• Sugar powder - 60 grams.
• Butter - 50 grams.
• Corn flakes - 2 tablespoons.
Method:
  • Take a bowl add butter then whisk it. Add powder sugar, vanilla extract, half an egg, milk, mix it well then add all purpose flour, mix it like a soft dough.
  • Take corn flakes in a plate and crush them. Dust the hands with flour and divide the equal portions make a dumplings and each dumpling, dip it in the milk then put it in the corn flakes and rotate it,
  • Arrange the dumplings in the tray and bake them at 180 degree centigrade for 15 minutes.





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Anjana Bafna Posted on Wed Jun 12 2013

Thank u so much Chef!!!!

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Bushra05 Posted on Wed Jun 12 2013

Yummmmm

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lintonpair Posted on Wed Jun 12 2013

Chef, just how does one use half an egg? I am presuming that you mean for people to beat 1 whole egg in a bowl and only use half of that?

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Hibba Jutt Posted on Wed Jun 12 2013

:D

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VahChef Posted on Wed Jun 12 2013

hmm

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Colors in Games Posted on Wed Jun 12 2013

a poke a hole in the egg and carefully let it drip out then weighing each drip until half of the original egg weight is reached

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Colors in Games Posted on Wed Jun 12 2013

i just had a melting moment!

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Debabrata DB Posted on Wed Jun 12 2013

What is the material you have on top of the backing tray? the dull white layer? is it butter paper in some way? Nice tips. let me try today.

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G Singh Sandhu Posted on Wed Jun 12 2013

keep it up man i like ur recipes!!!

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stumpydes Posted on Wed Jun 12 2013

Hi Sanjay, COuld you please provide recipe for mewa bite that we get in delhi mithai shop in Hyd?

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Tj R Posted on Wed Jun 12 2013

Measurements would be in cup it would be helpful

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Shanti Shanmugam Posted on Wed Jun 12 2013

Thanks.

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