Sunday, October 28, 2007

Peach Jam Biscuits

Peaches can be red, pink, yellow, white, or a combination of those colors. On one side of the fruit is a distinctive vertical indentation. Peaches and nectarines look very similar, but they can be told apart by their skin texture: peaches are fuzzy and dull, while nectarines are smooth and shiny. In the peach fruit, the stone is covered with a fleshy substance that is juicy, melting, and of fine flavor when matured and mellowed.

Nutritional Facts: Fat-free, Saturated fat-free· Sodium-free, Cholesterol-free, High in vitamin A and A good source of vitamin C.

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This is my entry for AFAM Peach hosted by

Peach jam made in microwave…very simple and very fast…

Ingredients for Biscuits :

Wheat flour-1 cup
Butter-2 spoons
Salt-a pinch
Baking powder-a pinch
Milk-sufficient to make dough

Ingredients for Peach Jam:

Peach pulp-1 cup
Sugar-3/4 cup


1. Mix the wheat flour, salt, baking powder, butter and milk and make tight dough.

2. Roll into a thick circle and cut into desired shapes using moulds or circular shaped lid.

3. Make patterns on them using fork. Bake for three minutes in pre heated oven toaster. Biscuits are ready now…
4. Boil five cups of water in a vessel for five minutes on medium flame and turn off the stove.

5. Place the peach in boiling water and leave it for two minutes. Then take out the peach and place in cold water.

6. Peel off the peach, take out the pulp and put it into a microwave safe bowl.

7. Add the sugar with the pulp and cook for three minutes on high speed.

8. Take out the bowl, add the ghee and stir the contents well and place it in the oven again for three minutes.

9. Stir again and keep it in the oven for one more minute to get a jam consistency.

10. Spread the jam on the baked biscuits and cover them with the remaining biscuits on top. Peach jam biscuits are ready…really delicious…the jam goes well with bread too.


Mansi Desai said...

Ooh!! this is very nice girl! the biscuits look beautiful..thanks for this lovely entry for my event!

Sirisha Kilambi said...

Vijaya.....This is a new idea......I bet they tasted great :-)Nice entry for the event dear :-)

sagari said...

Jan looks wouthwatering thanks for new recipe

Menu Today said...

Hi Vijaya,

Jam is looking perfect!!!!
Biscuit with Jam soo yummy!!!!!


Hey where did you get peaches here in singapore.???
Your jam biscuits looks nice...:))

Daily Meals said...

Thanks Mansi! I was searching for peaches after you announced about AFAM Peach. At last I found them.

Yes sirisha! they are very tasty. I like to eat biscuits with jam.

Thank you Sagari and welcome to my blog.

Thank you MT, for your kind words.

Hi RAK'S Kitchen! My husband found them in Cold Storage.

Bhawna said...

Wow, Peach Jam.. yummy I like to eat my parantha with jam, Biscuit looks good too.

sagari said...

i made this recipe yesterday i was yummy

Daily Meals said...

Hi Bhawna! Jam with parata...I too like...

Sagari! Thnak you for trying this.

A kitchen scientist & a white rat hubby!!! said...

hi Viyaya.thanks for dropping by..first time here....the jam sounds was my first attempt last week, with a jam @Viji's vcuisine..will post he pictures later..keep visiting..bye

Seena said...

oh, great, Vijaya! lovely biscuits and jam, love it..

Latha Narasimhan said...

Jam is looking so delicious!:)) Good idea to sandwich the biscuits!:)) nice entry!

Happy cook said...

Love the jam, excelent etnry for the event

Daily Meals said...

Hi Kitchen Scientist! Thank you for visiting.

Thank you Seena!

Thank you Latha!

Thank you Happy Cook!

Rachel said...

hey this is something that i have been doing since my younger days..and still eat biscuits with jam..A lot people think its glad there are more taste-appreciating people like me :)

Daily Meals said...

Thank you Rachel!