Hey folks! A chocolate recipe for you guys this time. I found this simple yet different recipe on the Internet some days back. I tried querying for it again today, but couldn't find it :(..... I was using the wrong name or something I guess, I don't know. Anyway.... I made it with whatever I remembered and it turned out quite good!!! Here's the recipe.. Enjoi!
1/2 pack Marie/Tea Biscuit
2-3 tbsp Cocoa powder
1/2 cup Milk
1 cup Dry Coconut Powder
3/4 cup Powdered Sugar
2-3 tbsp Butter
1 tsp Powdered Elaichi
- Powder the Marie/Tea biscuits in a blender; Add cocoa powder, milk and knead it to a smooth pliable dough; The consistency should be like that of Chapati dough. Keep aside.
- Mix the coconut powder, sugar, elaichi powder and the melted butter in a mixing bowl; The mixture should be sticky and not too powdery. You can adjust the sweetness according to your taste.... However, you might want to make it a little more sweet than usual as the outer cocoa layer is bland.
- Pull out a lemon sized ball from the cocoa-biscuit dough; With the help of a rolling pin, roll it into a thick chapati.
- Spread the coconut-sugar mixture all over the chapati; Roll the chapati to form and cylinder and keep aside. Repeat the process for the remaining dough.
- Refrigerate the rolls for about 30-45 mins; Remove from freezer and cut them width wise . Store in air tight containers in the refrigerator and serve cold.
Prep time: About 30-40 mins
Makes: About 25-30 pieces