Nankhatai-Indian shortbread cookies is a huge hit with kids as well as adults.These are Indian shortbread biscuits which have been popular for a long time.These biscuits are called Kulcha-e-Khataye in Iran and Afghanistan.What cakes are to English tea, these tiny bite wonders are to Indian tea time.Nankhatai ingredients are pretty simple and commonly found in the pantry.Hence it becomes easy to make them at home.You can also make it flavors like chocolate nankhatai etc.Some people also make nankhatai recipe in microwave.However,I stopped using microwave since 2 years or so.It is very easy to make nankhatai in oven or cast iron pan.
Although,many biscuits are available in the market these days.
Some people nibble it at teatime without realizing how much sugar is in it.
Hence, the weight loss programs have a slower success although you may be regular.
So, you either let go of cookies or add extra workout schedules.
Also, kids today are at a greater risk of sugar related problems.
Diabetes in kids is probably the fastest growing concern.
They are an easy target too.
Most industry produced biscuits are probably just plain flour and almost 30% sugar.
Furthermore,adding of food colors,additional preservatives and commercial essence makes it worrisome in the long run.
Here is a healthy homemade Nankhatai which you will love.It also gives a personal touch to all your kitty and tea parties.
Scroll below to read the recipe of Nankhatai-Indian shortbread cookies