Kurkure Jeera Biscuits/ Khasta Namkeen Zeera Biscuit

Kurkure Jeera Biscuits/ Khasta Namkeen Zeera Biscuit

Kurkure jeera biscuits, a cup of tea and some gupshup with the friends, I can’t ask for more than this to make my day. Little sweet, little salty, crunchy, full of jeera flavor in every bite, these jeera biscuits are my favorite.

kurkure jeera biscuits

When I started baking, after making aata biscuits these were the second type of biscuits that I baked. Since then these have been regular in my home. Though my husband is not fond of a mix of sweet and salty tastes, still these are the only biscuits even he appreciates.

The best thing about these jeera biscuits is, you can play with the ingredients as you like. You can make it with whole wheat flour, or use 50-50, you can increase or decrease salt/ sugar to suit it to your taste buds, so is with the amount of jeera added. Not to mention, you can make it in any shape like this time I streaked my biscuits to give them additional beauty 🙂

So what are you waiting for, make these crispy and delicious mix of sweet & salted Kurkure Jeera Biscuits and invite your friends over a cuppa tea to have some hot gupshup 🙂

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Kurkure Jeera Biscuits/ Khasta Namkeen Zeera Biscuit
Little sweet, little salty, crunchy, full of jeera flavor in every bite, these Kurkure jeera biscuits with a cup of tea and company of your friends.....what more can you ask for??
kurkure jeera biscuits
Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 20 min
Passive Time 30 min
Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 20 min
Passive Time 30 min
kurkure jeera biscuits
  1. Whisk together all purpose flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt and about 2 tsp cumin seeds. Keep aside.
  2. In a bowl, whisk unsalted butter and powdered sugar until creamy and fluffy.
  3. Add flour mixture to the creamed butter and mix. Bring it together to form a dough. Add 1-2 tbsp milk if required.
  4. Wrap it in a cling film and keep in refrigerator for about half an hour.
  5. Take the dough out of refrigerator and roll upto about ¼" thickness. Sprinkle remaining cumin seeds and lightly press with rolling pin.
  6. Take a cookie cutter of the shape you like, dip it in dry flour and cut the rolled dough into cookies. Gather the scraping, roll it again and cut into cookies.
  7. Transfer the cookies to the baking tray. Keep in refrigerator for another 10-15 minutes.
  8. Bake in preheated oven at 180º C for 15 to 20 minutes till golden brown at the edges.
  9. Cool on the baking tray for 5 minutes then transfer to the wire rack to cool completely. Store in an airtight container. Enjoy it with your tea!
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17 thoughts on “Kurkure Jeera Biscuits/ Khasta Namkeen Zeera Biscuit

  1. Jeera biscuits looks absolutely buttery and dangerously delicious. I dont mind munching some anytime of the day. They looks more beautiful as much as like store bought biscuits.

  2. I just realized why I haven’t done any posts on Jeera biscuits .. these are a regular in my house, my hubby loves to have this with his evening chai. Your biscuits look perfect, well baked and so crunchy!! Beautiful!!

  3. Cumin is a versatile spice and I love bakes with that. These cookies surely look addictive, Ritu ! Am wondering if I can use coconut oil or any neutral oil in place of the butter for these. Any idea:s?

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