Preparation Time - 15 mins
BakingTime - 15 mins
Number Of Servings - 16 or more, depending on the shape
Tutti Frutti Cookies are one variation of the umpteen types of cookies that one could bake at home. What makes this special is the rare pairing of tutti frutti with cookies. Tutti frutti is usually used as a topping for desserts like ice cream and falooda, or even in icing of cakes. But it isn't very often that it is baked in items like cookies. The closest comparison to this is the Karachi Bakery's iconic biscuits, which are now sold across the world.
This recipe gives you the option to make almost any kind of cookie, as there are many substitutions you can make to bake chocolate chip cookies or even a dry fruit version. This recipe is from Sujani Nagarajah, hope you try it at home!
Tutti Frutti Cookies
1. Cream the butter and sugar with a whisk in a bowl.
2. Add milk and the essence to the mixture and mix well.
3. Mix in the flour and use either a spatula or your hands to mix it into a soft dough.
4. Add tutti frutti to this dough and mix well until it is fully combined.
5. Cover the dough with cling wrap or place it in an airtight container and chill in the refrigerator for 30 minutes. This will make it easier to form shapes or cut the dough.
6. Line a baking tray with parchment paper.
7. Roll the dough into desired shape and place it on the tray.
8. Bake at 180 degree C for 15 minutes or until it turns golden brown.
9. Let the cookies cool outside the over. You can now eat it or store it in an airtight container.
Note: If castor sugar Is not available, you can powder regular sugar and use it. This cookie dough is very versatile. For variations you can skip the tutti frutti and rose essence. You can add lemon rind and lemon juice to make citrus cookies, and chocolate chips or nuts to make the respective chocolate or nutty cookies.
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