Dark chocolate brownie cookies with a peppermint white chocolate drizzle - Cape Town Cookie Swap 2012.
This traditional Indian biscuit is the one that is featured during Diwali and other celebrations. It is similar to a butter biscuit, but the semolina gives it a characteristic nutty crunch. It's preferable that you use ghee (clarified butter) but you may use butter if you can't find any. Cardamom fills the kitchen and infuses this biscuit with a gorgeous musky scent.
This Saturday (17 December 2011), at 2 30 pm a group of Cape Town cookie crafters will be gathering at the Cut&Bake studios to sample Cut&Bake's cookies, drink bubbles, snack on some savouries and swap our home-made cookies and chocolates. Details and how you can get involved here..also a recipe for unusual, tempting Spiced Cocoa Cookies with Roasted Hazelnuts & Rosemary.