Godhi Biscuit | Wheat Biscuit

Godhi Biscuit This is only known & made in some iyengar's houses. This is an old recipe. This tastes like crunchy kobri obbatt.

The story behind the recipe of this biscuit is that my paati (grandmom) and amma used to make this a lot. My paati whenever she would go out on a yatra/tour she used to make this / get it made from my amma and take it with her. She used to have 2 biscuits and a glass of milk. I remember days on such tours when she wouldn’t eat anything else but these. My amma started making this for us (myself and my sister) too. It is a healthy snack.

Somehow I was not confident to post this recipe but one of my blog readers asked about this and hence i thought someone out there knows about this & that prompted me to post this. These days protein/healthy biscuits are very common in the market and this is sort of a old fashioned , no oven baked home-made alternative to that.



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Prep Time : 10 Mins + 2hrs Rest Time
Cook Time : 15 Mins

Ingredients

  • Godhi Mavu/hittu/ Wheat flour - 1 cup
  • Sakkare / Sugar - 3/4 cup (adjust as per taste)
  • Water - 1/4 cup + More or less
  • Eelarshi pudi / Cardamom powder - 1/4 tsp
  • Vanne / Butter - 1/2 cup / 4 oz
Method 
  • In a pan add sugar and water mix well until sugar melts
  • In a pan melt butter then
  • Take a large bowl add godhi flour/mavu, add melted butter evenly 
  • Add little by little sugar water into mavu/flour mix and make tight dough (like a chapathi dough) taste the dough if you want more sweetner add sugar water 
  • close the lid, rest the dough for 2hrs.
  • After 2 hrs again knead the dough well and make equal size balls 
  • Take a one portion of sweet dough roll it using godhi flour or maida
  • Make a puri/obbatt size 
  • Heat cast iron large tava place the godhi biscuit roast well on both the sides in a medium flame 
  • Repeat the same for the rest of rolls
  • Cool and keep it in the air tight container
Notes:
  1. If you want add badam/almond powder for more option it's good for kids.  
  2. If can't get crispy ones add little more butter and can't get enough sweet add more sugar water 
  3. Adjust as per the taste

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