Spicy wheat Cookies / crackers

Cookies are tea time snacks which are generally sweet , salty or spicy. These spicy cookies are made of wheat, oats , melted butter, coriander leaves , kalonji , flax seeds, red chillies and oregano. Simple and easy preparation with correct measurement is all needed for this recipe. Can make variations in these cookies by adding garlic powder, ajwain and herbs of your choice.They are incredibly soft cookies and extremely delicious. It tastes so yummy and melts in mouth. Relish with tea or coffee. Do try and enjoy it. Lets go to the recipe of making these spicy cookies .

⏲PREP TIME : 20 minutes

⏲BAKE TIME : 15 minutes

🍜COURSE : Cookies

🥘CUISINE :International

🍴YIELD : 33 cookies


Wheat – 1 & 1/2 cup (my 1 cup = 250ml)

Oats – 3/4 cup ( powdered)

Melted butter or ghee – 1cup

Salt – 1/2 tbsp + 1/4 tsp

Oregano – 1/2 tbsp

Coriander leaves – 3/4 cup

Baking soda – 1/2 tsp

Red chilli flakes ( finely ground) – 1 tbsp ( heaped )

Black cumin ( kalonji) – 1 tsp for decoration

Flax seeds – 1 tsp for decoration


In a bowl add all the dry ingredients except ghee and mix them well.

Add in the melted butter .

Combine them to make a dough.

Refrigerate the dough in an air tight container for 20 minutes.

Later press the dough in a flat surface or plate.

Sprinkle flax seeds and kalonji on it.

Make desired shapes using cookie cutter .

Line the baking tray using parchment paper and place the cookies with an inch distance from each other.

In a preheated oven bake cookies for 15 minutes at 150°c.

Then allow the cookies to cool down completely.

Store it in an air tight container.

Enjoy the cookies with tea or coffee.


Each oven is different so check the cookies after 10 minutes of baking.

Follow standard cup measurements given for better results .

You can modify the recipe by using fenugreek leaves or drumstick (moringa) leaves .

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