Feb 26, 2009

Cookies baked with a Frying pan

I baked cookies again with frying pan, with the same recipe of my past post(http://mairuru.blogspot.com/2009/02/easy-recipe-of-cookie.html).
This time, I put sesames instead of cocoa.

I squeezed out the dough on parchment paper and put them on the pan.
And baked them with the covered pan at low heat. After 4-5 minutes, turned them and baked more 4-5 minutes.
It took less time than oven.

I love cookies!


Surya said...

Cool. Looks delicious. I'll try.

I missed 3 posts. There was some prob with monitor, so I couldn't log in.

Hope you and those who are close to your heart are doing good.

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xXmIcHeLLeXx said...

Thank you for giving me this hope to make cookies in a skillet. I've been looking for a recipe that's easy and simple as this. I'm gonna try this out soon & let you know about it. (:

Phil Connors said...

Thanks for the info! I too have to oven.

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