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Friday, March 9, 2012

Fried Marie Biscuits

                                                                                         
How are you friends? I hope all my Indian friends had wonderful Holi celebrations. Did you play with colours? This year I enjoyed this festival of colours with my friends and family. Morning was spent on applying colors on friend's faces and later part of the day was spent hours trying to scrub off the colour from my face ;-)




By the way did I tell you my friend Lubna has helped me to installed Facebook Like badge to the left sidebar in this blog? As it has become most popular amongst bloggers would be grateful if all my visitors press the LIKE button on it. It will mean a lot to me.

Last week when I went to meet my friend Sunanda Patary, she surprised me with one of her mother's recipe. Every time I visit her she surprises me with her quick, simple ingredients required dish. 




And this time it was with Marie biscuits.......
 These were crispy and easy snacks with just egg and biscuits as two vital ingredients.Thanks dear for this super quick idea to satisfy pre-dinner hunger pangs.


Ingredients:
1 Egg
6 Marie biscuits
Salt and pepper to taste
Oil for frying (vegetable oil)


Method:
In a frying pan heat oil on medium heat. Beat egg, add salt, pepper powder until fluffy. Dip one biscuit at a time in egg mixture and immerse into hot oil. Deep fry on both sides until become golden brown. 


With slotted spatula take out fried biscuit drain on a plate with kitchen towels on it. Serve immediately these crispy fried biscuits with tomato ketchup.


                                                               No one can eat just one ;-)

51 comments:

  1. wow!!very very interesting and innovative!

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  2. Wow...love the idea....it is perfect for guessing game....snack which can be made in no time....

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  3. interesting idea and quick one. one question deepa what if i dont want to use egg. u see i dont eat egg like that at all so i wont be using in my kadhai but can i substitute it with maida or besan.. and abt fb like and all. i have a blogger friend vinod. he helps me a lot with those extra buttons etc.

    do let me know if we can substitute egg

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  4. Very innovative one, super quick yummy snack!!
    Hey Deepa , I didn't mean the kalakand recipe...dear , that was just a remindr to any of your 2 old entries with cilantro or cumin, or anything new with cilantro orcumin ..hope that helps!!

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  5. ar ami bhablam eta dimer bara. ami akbar bounty erom kore bhejechilam. awesome hoechilo. etao neat idea.

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  6. wow...such a cute idea dear...loved it...yummy...:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com/

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  7. I never heard of that. love the idea and last picture is like amazing.

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  8. Deepa such a nice recipe...marie surpise...would love to try this:)

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  9. The name of your dish caught my attention....seriously fried biscuit...what a novel idea!

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  10. Wonderful innovative recipe. Its unique.

    Hamsamalini Chandrasekaran,
    http://indianyummykitchen.blogspot.com

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  11. This looks delicious..Totally YUMMY..innovative recipe

    Aarthi
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

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  12. Very interesting and quite an innovative recipe.

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  13. This is interesting really!...got to try this one,i hope other kind of biscuits will work too!

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  14. oh wow! what a different take on the tea-time marie!

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  15. That sounds very interesting. Never thought this way. YUM!

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  16. Sounds so interesting, I am sure besan dip also work fine as the egg substitute.

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  17. Thats a very different recipe... And looks perfect for tea

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  18. Thats genius and sounds very interesting. Great job

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  19. interesting and innovative recipe

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  20. Innovative idea dear,sounds super yum

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  21. Very different and interesting!!! Love the clicks!!

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  22. Seriously,your friend is just amazing. Howdid she come up with this kind of idea. Will give this a try definitely.

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  23. That's quite interesting deepa. A quick snack to munch around instead of thinking too much to prepare.

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  24. I am sure I for sure can't stop at one.This is a very new recipe to me and I like it even more as it is a quick fix snack.

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  25. Indeed a new dish, saw and heard this for the first time.

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  26. That's a quick one and so unusual. Thanks to you and your friend for making such quickies.


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  27. delicious snack. looks yum!

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  28. Wow!! It really is very innovative. The pics are awesome. Though I am not a big fan of egg but just loved this idea. I feel it can also be names as marie pakod :-)

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  29. WOW! Very tempting dear..now you should send me the flight tickets :)

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  30. That's so very innovative...never thought even my dreams to fry marie biscuits..looks yum

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  31. Deepa, it is such an innovative snack, we can really surprise our guest with this easy n yummy snack........tell regards n congrats to your friend for sharing such an innovative recipe....
    BTW, Liked the fb badge....

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  32. A very different and innovative recipe!!never heard about this before..will try to substitute egg with flour and baking powder mix :)

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  33. wow...
    sounds interesting deepa :)
    will soon give a try

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  34. Awesome recipe. Love it but I have the same question substitutes for eggs?

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  35. wow... fabulous recipe.. simple and delicious..

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  36. That's another creative Snack Dear. Yumm an easy Fry. Very impressive.Luv to try it soon

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  37. OMG......thts really great.....hats off to u dear for thing really differently.......keep up the grt work ya.......

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  38. Nice recipe looks very tasty.

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  39. wwow...what an interesting dish.....with marie biscuits...bookmarked:-) I hav an award for u in my space...plz accept :-)

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  40. can it get more creative...it's amazing...glad to follow you...do visit my space

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  41. tasty and creative idea biscuit

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  42. what a great idea and a wonderful snack.

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  43. I've tasted fried oreo's, fried marie biscuit sounds good too!

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  44. Wow! this is totally new to me...kids will surely like this.

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  45. Marie got a make over and what a delicious one!

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