Sunday, October 28, 2007

Coconut Almond Cookie

Cookies anyone ?? A mix of coconut and almond enriches the taste of this cookie.


1 cup - All purpose flour
3/4 cup - Almond powder ( not very fine powder, a bit coarsely powdered without the skin )
1/2 cup - Fresh coconut, finely grated
1/2 cup - Unsalted butter, softened
1/2 cup - Sugar
Few Almond slivers for decorating


1 ) In a mixing bowl, mix and the ingredients together to form a dough. Preheat oven at 350 F.

2 ) Make small balls of the dough, flatten and place them on baking tray. Leave some space between them. Place a almond sliver in the middle of the dough and gently press in.

3 ) Bake for 15 to 20 minutes, till the bottom of the cookie turns light golden in color. Cookie will be soft to touch, but will harden as it cools.

4 ) Remove from oven and allow to cool on a wire rack.

Serve as a snack.

Check out this simple cookie too.

Note - I have put together ingredients & created this recipe. Please do not copy, reproduce or blog this recipe.


Anh said...

Coconut and almond. Wonderful combo!

Nags said...

wow! never knew cocunut and almond were a good combo

Happy cook said...

Did you say cookies anyone. I want them :-)

Asha said...

I remember the coconut cookies/Biscuits of B'lore! Looks great Pravs!:))

lakshmi said...

are you saying that "cookies anyone" qualifies as a question? take a good look at those yummy crunchies and think again

Sirisha Kilambi said...

Pravs..........Great looking Cookies dear........I just want to much on them :-))
This is a new combo to me...will have to try now :-)

Kribha said...

I second Happy cook. Who can resist these wonderful cookies.? Send them over. Looks too good.:))

sunita said...

Beautiful cookies...

Cinnamon said...

Those look so delicious!!! Coconut and Almond combo sounds exotic :)

Mishmash ! said...

someone is on a baking spree :)

Rina said...

Ahh, thats a nice almond treat.

Padma said...

Hey I have all those ingredients handy, lets see when I will bake.. Mee a lazy goose :) Those cookies looks awesome

Suganya said...

Almond cookies everywhere. Gotta make some myself now.

Purnima said...

Praveena, these look too good and mouthwatering! have to try these now..I have updated my blog with Murukkus that I tried from your blog!
BTW did I tell you that you have one gorgeous blog set up..I glanced thru all the authentic Keralite recipes and pics of all were mouth watering..the instructions are simple and sweet!! Tks a lot!

sagari said...

yummy combination

rahin said...

hey pravs, the cookies look very cute :)

Sig said...

Great combo... and I'm sure these will travel well too :)

Hima said...

The cookies are so tempting. Perfect combo of coconut with almond. Great recipe, thanks for sharing.

Pravs said...

Anh: Its a good combo.. i would say, if you love coconut more than almond then add more of coconut and less of almond. However you go it's a good cookie to try.

Nags : So now you can try this combo :)

Happy cook : Yeah i did !!! :)

Asha : Thanks :) is this anything like those biscuits ?

Lakshmi : i am a gracious and generous can help yourself :)

Sirisha : do try. I loved the taste.

Kribha : Do come over and grab some :)

Sunita : thanks :)

Cinnamon : Thanks :D

Mishmash : In a small way :)

Rina : you got my name wrong :)

Padma : did you try them yet ??

Suganya : oh really.. then i have to check out other recipes :)

Purnima : Thanks for trying :)

Sagari & rahin : Thanks :)

Sig : Yeah, for provide me your address :)

Hima : Thanks :)

Latha Narasimhan said...

Almond cookies are looking delicious!:))

zlamushka said...

love the coconut almond combo and the simple method... Sounds like a nice health crunch :-) Will I get something like that for my Spoonful of Christmas Event ?

Purnima said...

Pravs..Belated wishes of Diwali to I m typing out..the still warm almond cookie is melting in my mouth and my monu too is enjoying them!got 25 delicious pcs..@170C /12 mins! Tks 4 posting! wd b making this one regularly now!

Pravs said...

Purnima : Awesome !!:D I love this cookie for the almond and coconut taste.

bogart said...

All purpose flour is maida? Or the regular all purpose flour sold in market?

Pravs said...

Bogart : Yes, all purpose flour is maida.