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Peepe Wale Biscuits Recipe|पंजाबी घी आटा बिस्कुट [Easy Punjabi Ghee Atta Cookies Without Sugar, Baking Powder, Soda in Kadahi, Airfryer]

 Peepe wale biscuits (Punjabi gur atta ghee cookies)

The crazy cookie lover is here with yet another healthy biscuits recipe from her memory lane. Punjabi pipee wale biscuits have a special place in my memories and everytime I think of them, I travel down the memory lane. The memories of my nana bringing tins or peepe full of atta ghee biscuits remain fresh to date.
The flavor bomb used in these healthy atta cookies is addictive and you would make it a part of your baking regime.
पंजाबी घी आटा बिस्कुट peepe wale biscuit

The recipe is a keeper because this gives you something healthy to cherish with your hot cuppa. I love these biscuits for their nutrition and flavor. Of course, as with all my cookies, my favorite peepe wale biscuits use no baking powder or soda. If you are already following my cookie recipes, you are aware of the basics for beginners. But if you are new to me, it would help to explore my easy guide for baking healthy biscuits at home without raising agents or ammonia.

So let's get back to making healthy biscuits at home.

पंजाबी घी आटा बिस्कुट peepe wale biscuit
Call these Punjabi ghee atta biscuits or Peepe wale biscuits, these delicious cookies have got me addicted. You all know me as a  crazy cookie lover but my hubby isn't. But the moment I gave him a biscuit for a taste test, he asked for 2 more. There's no reason you won't get addicted to the amazing aroma and flavor of these cookies. There's some nostalgia attached to peepe wale biscuit. If you too have some fond memories of punjabi ghee atta biscuits, then here's my recipe that uses no baking powder and soda nor refined sugar or artificial flavors. These biscuits are bursting with natural flavors and are sweetened with jaggery powder.

पंजाबी घी आटा बिस्कुट peepe wale biscuit recipe

ingredients 1 cup 240 1/2 cup whole wheat flour 1/2 cup minus 2 tbsp jaggery powder 1/4 cup ghee 1/2 tsp or more black cardamom powder 1 tbsp milk

How to make punjabi ghee atta biscuit easily in kadahi or airfryer

Mix ghee with elaichi powder and refrigerate for 1 hour at least.
Start creaming ghee with jaggery powder. Make sure to sift all dry ingredients.
Continue whipping until it all looks fluffy and light.
Add milk and cream again. It should look like soft peaks.
Now sift whole wheat flour and add in batches - little by little. You may or may not need the whole of 1.2 cup of wole wheat atta. In some cases, you may need more atta if your flour is fine. But those with rough, coarse flour that has bran and fiber, you may need to use little less than 1/2 cup of atta. It all depends on when you get soft dough. It should not be hard.
Make into a log and refrigerate for 10 minutes.
Preheat airfryer to 5 minutes at 160 deg c.
Cut shapes with a potato slicer and sprinkle more black cardamom powder on top.
Bake at 160 deg c for 10-12 min in airfryer. It may take longer to bake punjabi atta cookies in oven or otg.
You may bake in kadahi too. Spread a layer of salt or sand in a heavy kadahi. Preheat it for 5 min on high flame.
Dust some dry atta on the baking tray and place cookies for baking. Take a thick baking utensil for this purpose.
Bake on a low flame for 5 mins. Check if the bottom has browned. If so, shake the cookies a little to displace them from their position. This prevents burning from bottom.
Cover and bake for another 2-4 minutes - longer in some cases.
Let cookies cool down and grate any browned part. Enjoy healthy atta cookies with a hot cup of tea and make memories.


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