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Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Sweet Sooji Matri/Cookies


Sweet Sooji Matri/Cookies

This is one of my favorite snack, nice crispy sweet matri are great and healthy for kids. Not only kids every body can enjoy it at any time as a snack. This is healthy as it has sooji and whole wheat flour specially for kids.

Learnt it form one of my freind, as she bought it when we were on a trip for 5 days. She bought for her kid, and i was like, can i get some more, you can't just stop eating one :). Actually i dint come to know of what was it made, i was just wow... such a nice cookies and enjoyed eating and roaming with them. It was fun.....

Here is the sweet sooji matri.. And sending it to sending this to Madhavi’s Celebrating Children's Day Event.

Updated :I'm also sending these cookies to Sharmi's - Neivedyam for her Cookie Baking Event. Thank you Sharmi for letting me know about the event.

Sending these matri to Srilekha's - EFM theme Sweet. Thank you for informing about your event Srilekha.. One recipe an three event :)!!


1 cup Cream of wheat/Sooji/Rawa
1 cup Whole wheat flour/Atta
1 to 1 1/2 cup Sugar
salt to taste
Oil for deep frying


1. Mix all ingredients. Add water little by little kneading into a chapathi/roti dough.
2. Break into small portions, make small balls and just press a little so that it remains thick,so this is what i made, simplest one. Can shape the matri of your desire.
3. Heat oil in a frying pan, add some matri at a time. Fry till lightly golden, flip side and repeat.
4. Drain and cool to allow matris to become crispy.
5. Can store these sooji matri for 5-6 days in a air tight container.

Sweet Sooji Matri/Cookies

Sweet sooji matri

Sweet sooji matri

Goes to Madhavi's..

Childrens day event

Goes to Sharmi's..

Cookies Baking event

Goes to Srilekha's

Theme Sweet


Cham said...

I ven't seen such cookies before. Sounds perfect for kids

Archy said...

Hey, Cham..
So fast ha.. Ya.. niether me.. Kids really enjoy it :) !! It easy and handy too..

Finla said...

The cookies look really delcious and they look so beautiful.

Kalai said...

They look kind of like gingersnaps... So quick and looks delicious! :)

Anonymous said...

Those look fabulous!

AnuSriram said...

These looks perfect and nice..

Red Chillies said...

Very nice idea. They look so pretty. Only after you mentioned deep frying that they were not baked.

Archy said...

Happy Cook,
Thank you..

Hey ur back.. Is it.. Thank you !!

Thanx for dropping by :)!! Do keep visiting..

Archy said...


Red Chillies,
Hey, ya.. its not baked it to deep fry :)!! Thank you.. Do try it, it good..

Usha said...

These look so delicious and inviting, I would have never guessed they were fried from looking at it,looks like chocolate cookies :-)

Dhanya Ganesh said...

Hi Archy,

Thank you for visiting my blog.
You have a very nice blog.
The sweet sooji cookies looks yummy.Will try it.


Malar Gandhi said...

First time here(I guess) have a great blog. Love these cookies, interesting recipes....will keep visiting, thanks for sharing it here, dear.

Sailaja Prakash said...

Hi Archana,

These cookies resembles to coconut cookies which my Mom makes. I love those cookies. While coming here I got some which she made it for me.

Anonymous said...

these sound so simple and so taste....instead of salt, just add sugar....great recipe and a great way to keep the kids at bay...he he he.

Anonymous said...

Hey I really like your site. I am adding you to my blogroll...Do visit sometime.

Archy said...

Hey, thanx yaar.. Is it, ya it looks like choco cookies, but its not :)!!

Yup, try an let me knw..

Malar Ghandhi,
Hey, thanx for dropping an for sweet words..!!

Archy said...

Wow, dats so nice.. Next time when i visit ur place shall taste it :) !! Waiting for coconut cookies, when ru posting ??

Thanks for dropping by and for the sweet words !!
Sure vil visit !!

Sharmi said...

hey I saw you in foodbuzz profile but could not get to your blog from there. Nice looking cookies. I too have an event going on!! You have a pretty face:)

Sharmi said...

yes you can send in;)

Archy said...

Thank you so much..
I have send it to you..

Srikitchen said...

wow! yummy and scrumptious! can i have just one piece,plz?
join in the sweet event going in my blog!

Archy said...

Hey, sure u can have one..
Hey thanks dear.. joined ur event :)!!

Uma said...

lovely cookies Archy! Looks perfect and yummy.

Kannada Cuisine said...

First time at your blog.. it is a cute place! the cookie looks very good

Archy said...

Thanx yaar !!

Vernetta Sabryna,
Thank you for dropping by an for inspiring words.. Do keep visiting :) !!

Dhanyawada galu..

Deepthi Shankar said...

they look sooo perfect archy

Sanghi said...

mmm... looking great Archy.
Do visit my blog and leave ur comments.

Uj said...

I thought they are baked.. A completely new recipe to me :)

Anonymous said...

love this rawa cookies....first time here.
would love if u cud visit my place sometimes too:)

Srikitchen said...

Join in the EFM - SAVOURIES SERIES going in my blog!

Paru ... said...

wow, cookies look so perfect Archy..Lovely..

Happy Holidays to you..

Unknown said...

Never heard of this recipe before. Looks interesting.

Anonymous said...

That is a great recipe for home made goods that you can store and serve when the occasion calls for. They look great too!

Andhra Flavors said...

looks delicious and makes easy.

Vrinda said...

never seen such cookies before,sounds good,i wonder how it will tasts if i add brown sugar instead of white sugar..will try

Namrata Kini said...

This looks quite simple and easy. Lovely blog and wonderful recipes.

Poonam said...

Loveeeeeee this!!