Homemade digestive biscuits

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Most of my days start with a cup of tea and digestive biscuits. I like digestive biscuits because of its wheat taste.

When I was checking for an another baking recipe, I stumbled upon digestive biscuit recipe and it was easy; most importantly I had all the ingredients at home to try them immediately.

After baking them I got busy in my day to day chores and somehow missed tasting them, biscuits were on the dining table.

Charles returned from the office, as soon as he entered the house he tasted the biscuits and asked me ” hey Digestive biscuits ” and that’s when I realized the recipe is good because without me telling him what’s the dish, he figured it out just by taste. Of course, the look varies as its home made.

Just a tip for all the new baking beginners, I recommend a weighing a scale, because we need to follow the recipe to the T, its doesn’t cost too much,  digital weighing machine costs less than 500 Rs.

So, go ahead and try this recipe at your home, I am sure it will be a hit. If you have any queries please ask me in the comment section will be happy to answer.

 

Watch the Digestive Biscuits video making here.

 

Homemade digestive biscuits
 
Homemade digestive biscuits
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Recipe type: Snacks
Cuisine: Irish
Ingredients
  • Wheat flour 1¼ Cup or 225 g
  • Cold Butter ½ Cup or 120 g
  • Confectioners Sugar(Powdered Sugar) ⅓ Cup or 60 g
  • Milk 5 Tbsp or 60 ml
  • Baking Powder 1 Tsp
  • Salt ¼ Tsp
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 340°F (170oC). Line a baking with parchment paper.
  2. Combine the flour, baking powder, salt, and sugar in a mixing bowl and mix to combine the ingredients.
  3. Quickly, working with your fingertips, rub the butter into the dry ingredients until the mixture resembles breadcrumbs. Add the milk and work through to form a dough.
  4. Turn out onto a floured surface and roll to form a smooth dough.
  5. Using a well-floured rolling pin, roll the dough out to a bit more than ⅛ inch thick and cut into rounds, about 2 inches in diameter. You can keep rolling the scraps together to make an additional dough.
  6. Transfer the biscuits to your baking pan and, if desired, prick the biscuits with a fork to create holes.
  7. Bake for 20 minutes until biscuits are pale gold.
Notes
The dough might be crumbly while rolling on the surface , that's fine . you can roll them slowly.
If you don't have a cookie cutter, you could use any kitchen utensils which could work as a round cutter.

 



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