Who doesn’t like a cup of tea or coffee with a delicious biscuit? And when it is a homemade biscuit, you not only get better nutrition but also get rid of digestive issues. If you are looking for a homemade biscuit recipe that's perfect for beginners and experienced cooks alike, you are in just the right place. Let’s take a look at some delectable homemade biscuit recipes for enjoying your snack time. 4 Easy Homemade Biscuit Recipes Butter Crunch Biscuits Ingredients 200 gm butter, 1 tsp vanilla essence, 100 gm castor sugar, 175 gm flour, 1 tsp baking powder, one large Tbsp cocoa powder, 100 gm crushed cornflakes, 2 Tbsp chopped nuts Directions First, preheat the oven to 175 degrees C. Then take a large bowl and prepare the cream with the butter, vanilla essence, and sugar together. Now add other ingredients. Take greased baking sheets and place a spoonful on each sheet. Bake the biscuits in the preheated oven for about 12-15 minutes or until becomes cooked through. Remove from the oven and wait for the cool of the biscuit. Your homemade butter crunch biscuits are ready to enjoy with family members. Read More: 5 Healthy Winter Soup Recipes for Weight Loss Khari biscuit Ingredients 300 gm flour, 150 gm unsalted butter, to taste Salt, as needed water Directions First, take a bowl and put flour, salt and water together and make a chapati dough. You need to put the dough at rest wrapping it in a wet cloth. The butter that you will use has to an at room temperature and make sure that it’s not too hard or too soft. Divide the butter into 4 equal parts, make a square size ruti with the dough, and put each butter block in the middle of each ruti. Then fold the ruti and give them a square size paratha shape and rest in the fridge for about 30 minutes. Follow the same process 3 times and then cut the ruti into rectangle shape pieces. Bake the Khari Biscuit in the preheated oven at 170 degrees for 15-16 minutes. Make sure the biscuits become golden brown in color. Let the biscuit cool and enjoy. Read More: 5 Nepali Momo Recipes for Bangladeshi Kitchen Naankhatai Biscuit Ingredients 500 Gram Ghee, 500 grams of Fat, 1 kg of sugar, 750 grams of Wheat flour, 250 gram Gram flour, 10 grams of Cardamom powder Directions First, take a bowl and prepare a cream with ghee, fat, and iced sugar. Add the rest of the ingredients and mix well together. Make individual balls with 18 grams of the mixture. Preheat the oven to180°C. Now bake the balls for about 18-20 minutes or until they reach to golden brown color. Your yummy and crispy biscuits are ready to enjoy. Read More: 5 Yummy Duck Recipes to Warm Up this Winter Drop Biscuits Ingredients 2 cups flour, 2 ½ teaspoons baking powder, ½ teaspoon baking soda, 2 tablespoons sugar, ¾ teaspoon salt, 8 tablespoons butter, 1 cup buttermilk or milk Directions First, prepare the oven to 400 degrees F. and also ready the baking sheet with parchment paper. Meanwhile mix together flour, baking powder, baking soda, sugar, and salt properly. Take another bowl and mix well the melted butter and buttermilk. Continue stirring until butter forms small clumps. Make a hole in the flour mixture and pour the buttermilk mixture into that hole. Mix politely and gently with a rubber spatula as long as they are incorporated. Make sure the batter is in the proper consistency and pulls away from the sides walls of the bowl. Now take about 1/4 cup amount of batter and drop it onto the prepared baking sheet. Do the same process until the batter is finished. Bake them until the top parts of each biscuit become golden brown and crisp. You may need about 10- 15 minutes to bake the biscuits. Read More: 5 Bangladeshi Winter Recipes Using Date Jaggery Chocolate Gravy A biscuit can be your perfect choice in the morning or evening. And chocolate gravy can make your biscuit much more enjoyable. Especially kids, who don't take tea or coffee can eat biscuits with a delectable chocolate gravy. Ingredients ⅓ cup (39.33g) cocoa, 3 tablespoons (30g) all-purpose flour, ¾ cup (150g) granulated sugar, ½ teaspoon (2.5g) salt, 1 12-ounce evaporated milk, 2 tablespoons (28g) unsalted butter, softened, 2 teaspoons (8.4g) vanilla extract. Directions First, take a bowl and put together cocoa powder, flour, granulated sugar, and salt. Whisk them well to mix properly. Then gradually mix warm milk with the mixture stirring continuously to combine well. Now take a pan and cook the mixture over medium heat. Make sure you stir the mixture frequently. Bring down the heat as soon as it boils. Cook for about 8-10 minutes over low heat until the mixture becomes smooth and thick consistency like gravy. Then remove the stove and then mix butter and vanilla extract into the mixture. You need to combine the mixture until the butter is melted. Read More: 5 Yummy Samucha Recipes for Evening Snackers Bottom Line Biscuits are great snacks for taking with tea or coffee. It is a savior for those who are looking for an easy snack option for treating family members and guests. Not all biscuits are suitable for children and adults as they can harm the stomach health and digestion process. Homemade biscuits are healthier and more nutritious. So far, we have discussed some simple homemade biscuit recipes. These mouth-watering biscuits can make your snack time cozy and enjoyable with family members. You can also amuse your guest by serving your homemade biscuits.
A 20-year-old youth died after an oven exploded in a biscuit factory in Dhaka's Kodomtoli Thursday, police said. Md Mozammel, from Sylhet's Habiganj, was working with the oven when it exploded at 9:30pm, his colleague Azhar said. "He received serious injuries to his face and head." Mozammel was rushed to Dhaka Medical College Hospital where he was declared dead at 10:15pm, Bachchu Mia, in-charge of the police outpost at the hospital, said. The body has been kept at the DMCH morgue for autopsy, he added. Read more: Two suffer burn injuries in N'ganj AC explosion
A 13-year-old boy died and six others of the same madrasah fell sick, after allegedly eating biscuits in Sharsha upazila of Jashore on Friday. The deceased was identified as Mahin, a student of Ashraful Madaris Qawmi Madrasah in Narayanpur. Of the injured, Mamunur Rashid, 10, was admitted to Jashore General Hospital in critical condition. Hafez Maulana Anarul Islam, a teacher of the Madrasa said that the students were sleeping after having lunch. In the afternoon, they fell sick after eating biscuits brought by a student's guardian. Read: Two found dead in Keraniganj:Police Later, the injured were taken to the Upazila Health Center where doctors declared Mahin dead on arrival, said Mamun Khan, officer in charge (OC) of Sharsha Police Station. The body has been sent to Jashore General Hospital morgue for an autopsy, said the OC, adding that the cause behind the death will be known after an investigation.