Details of Surati – Nankhatai Biscuits
- Nankhatai is believed to have originated in Surat in the 16th century, the time when Dutch and Indians were the important spice traders. A Dutch couple set up a bakery in Surat to meet the needs of local Dutch residents. When the Dutch left India, they handed over the bakery to an Iranian. It became so popular that he started drying the bread before selling it. With time, his experimentation with bread ultimately gave birth to Nankhatai. The main ingredients in Nankhatai are Refined flour, Chickpea flour, and semolina. Nankhatai is a popular and traditional Indian cookie that is equally liked by kids as well as elders.
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