I dont really have any memories of Rose Cookies growing up, but after we moved to Canada, I was quickly adopted by a wonderful woman who treated me like her own daughter. Every year she would make sure we were invited over with the rest of her family at Christmas and as our family grew our kids expected to be at Aunty Pams for Christmas.
Many of the Goan traditions that I did not experience as a kid, mostly because I just wasnt paying attention, was quickly learned and appreciated by spending time under her roof.
|All purpose flour||125 Gram|
|Rice flour||100 Gram|
|Coconut milk||200 Milliliter|
|Regular milk||200 Milliliter|
1.Beat all the liquid ingredients together.
2.Sift the flours together and add them in 1 tbsp at a time till you get a smooth batter.
3.Heat a kadai or wok with oil.
4.Make sure the oil is hot before dipping the Rose Cookie mold in the hot oil.
5.Dip in the batter quickly and back in the oil.
6.Free with a fork.
7.Lay them on kitchen towels to drain the excess oil.
8.Store the cold ones in a tin or air tight container.
9.Serve and enjoy as needed.