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Nankhatai A piece of heaven melting in your mouth

Nankhatai Recipe

Getting it on the platter

It is an Indian delicacy that is eaten as a snack.

It is also known as the Indian short-bread and fans usually enjoy having it with tea.

There are a number of varieties and flavors that the snack is made in but the most loved is the basic flavor which is easily available across bakeries in the country.

A nankhatai recipe is most demanded during the festive season when sweet and light snack finds special preference.

The ingredients for the nankhatai recipe

125 Grams Maida (Maida Flour / Fine ground wheat flour)

40 Grams Gram Flour (Besan)

Half Tea spoon baking soda

One tea spoon baking power

20 grams Sooji (fine rava / cream of wheat)

Nutmeg (2-3 pinch)

Half tea spoon Elaichi powder (cardamom powder)

80 grams butter (or Ghee)110 grams sugar Half Table spoon curd (dahi) 1-2 table spoon milk Charoli or Almonds for seasoning and decoration

The creation

Powder the sugar into a grounded form and mix it with butter/ghee thoroughly to make it a light and smooth concoction.

The creation

Mix the maida flour, gram flour, baking soda and baking powder in a separate vessel and keep it aside after sifting the dry ingredients.

The creation

Mix curd (dahi) with the mix of butter and sugar power to mix it well and make into a fine creamy paste.

The creation

Add the sifted dry ingredients with the paste of butter, sugar power and dahi. Also add the sooji, cardamom and nutmeg powders to the paste.

The creation

Mix the ingredients and make a dough out of it. The dough needs to be created without kneading the mix. If the dough does not seem to mix well, the milk may be added.

The creation

After the dough is created, small balls of dough should be pinched out and rolled into slightly flattened patties. You can use charoli or almond to embed into the patties to create a decorative look.

The creation

The raw nankhatais should then be placed in a baking tray with enough space between them to rise while baking.

The creation

The Nankhatais need to be baked in a pre-heated oven at 180 degrees for a duration of 20-25 mins. A light golden appearance for the Nankhatai ensures a perfectly baked cookie.

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