Home Made Cookies By Mrs AJ

Freshly baked homemade cookies
Seasons greetings to you and ur entire household; poor network has not allowed me to send this since and I really hope it won't fail me today
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FRESHLY MADE HOME COOKIES

RECIPES
FLOUR - 500g
SUGAR - 200g
BUTTER - 250g
FLAVOUR
POWDERED MILK (OPTIONAL)
Little Water

PROCEDURE
1. Put all the dry ingredients in a bowl i.e. the flour, sugar and powdered milk
2. Add butter and use finger tips to rub-in the butter until the mixture looks like crumbs
3. Add flavour of your choice; I made use of Rayner's Butter Scotch in this case cuz I like how it tastes in cookies
3. Add water but you have to watch out for the water as the water must not be too much; the mixture should be like the one you get while making a meatpie.
4. Spread out on a table and roll out with a rolling pin
5. when you get an equal diameter and thickness, place the cookies cutter and cut out(there are actually bigger cutter)
6. Oil the oven tray
7. Place the already cut out cookies inside the tray
8. Put in the oven
9. Now depending on the oven; can bake for like 40-45mins at about 120degree celcius









There you have your freshly home-made cookies
Apologies for the not so clear pictures; aint a professional

Comments

  1. Anonymous1/03/2014

    Hi madam Eya,thanks for this.Meanwhile i noticed you've not been putting date on your post unlike before,do u have any reason for this,if not please try and be indicating date it makes reference easier.Happy new year and wish you all the best.

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  2. Fyn Ijebu Chic1/03/2014

    Hmmmm. Seems easy!!

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  3. Anonymous1/03/2014

    Nice one,welcome back anty eya,hapi new year evryone.mrs m

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  4. Can't wait to try this out for future purpose, lol my pokies gonna love this. Thanks madam

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  5. Wow..U made it look so easy. Thanks.

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  6. I just had to post this! Eya, you are going places! I just saw some pictures of groundnut soup in today's punch Newspaper credited to this blog! Congrats!!!!!!!!!

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    1. Thank you Amaka, for the info

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  7. You realy make it sound easy! Can one add mixed fruit raisin in it?

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  8. did you know that kuli kuli is called peanut bars? Bole- Barbecue plantain, Kilichi -Beef crackers. find out english names for Nigeria dishes here..http://favourmoyse.blogspot.com/2014/01/english-names-for-naija-dishes.html

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    1. @ Favour, A Chinese will never change the name of sushi to "RICE WRAPS" but Nigerians will try to create English names for every of our local dish WHY???????

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  9. Pretty1/04/2014

    I love this

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  10. Anonymous1/04/2014

    @deborah bala; u can try it out

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  11. pinkyberry1/10/2014

    Looks so easy! I will try it out.

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