Mum’s Biscuit Fudge

As a kid, i often wondered how amma managed to cook something in a jiffy, when guests turned up unexpectedly. Mom had a zillion recipes, that could be made in no time and with the simplest of ingredients. This is one such recipe, which was a favourite among kids.

How many of us have those stale biscuits in the tin or cookies that have turned soft? Let’s get those out and turn them into a whole new dish.

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Mum's Biscuit Fudge
As a kid, i often wondered how amma managed to cook something in a jiffy, when guests turned up unexpectedly. Mom had a zillion recipes, that could be made in no time and with the simplest of ingredients. This is one such recipe, which was a favourite among kids. How many of us have those stale bisc
Prep Time 10 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Prep Time 10 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Grind the biscuits into a fine powder.
  2. Add the cocoa powder and mix well.
  3. Mix in the condensed milk, a little at a time, and knead into a firm dough. [ you may add a little more condensed milk if the dough seems too dry]. Divide into two parts.
  4. Roll out one portion of the dough , between two sheets of parchment paper/ butter paper, and cut into squares.
  5. Roll out the second part into a large circle, like a thin chappati.
  6. Cream the butter and sugar, until it turns light and fluffy.
  7. Apply the creamed butter on the rolled out fudge dough.
  8. Carefully roll it into a tight cylinder. [ use the help of the parchment paper, kept below the dough, to roll into a cylinder].
  9. Refrigerate the fudge squares and the butter cream filled roll, for half an hour.
  10. Yummy biscuit fudge is ready to be served.
  11. For the fudge roll- After refrigeration, cut the biscuit roll into thick circles, using a sharp knife.
  12. Store the fudge in the refrigerator.
Recipe Notes

Notes-

You can use any biscuit or cookie in this recipe. You can skip the cocoa, in case the biscuit you use already has it.

The fudge tastes nice, plain and with butter cream too. You can choose to make either of them.

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