Learn how to make Nankhatai Recipe a classic traditional Indian biscuit made during Diwali festival! Soft, crumbly, and delicious are these cute Nankhatai Biscuit. The texture is somewhat like a shortbread. It’s eggless biscuit and made mostly during Diwali. But these biscuits are always available in Indian Bakeries. Right from baby to adult these are everyone’s favorite.
Nankhatai is a desi indian biscuit. Generally it’s wrapped in butter paper Or served in mithai box. I love nankhatai as it’s been my favorite since childhood. While you make these goodies your house will smell of lovely aroma. With the aroma you will get tempted to eat more.
- 150 gms refined flour (maida)
- 1.5 tbsp gram flour (besan)
- ½ t/s baking powder
- a pinch of salt
- ¼th t/s cardamom powder
- ¼ t/s dry ginger powder (soonth) optional
- 80 gms powdered sugar
- 75 gms butter / ghee/ dalda (I used butter)
- 40 gms pistachio flakes + some more for garnishing
- 1 tbsp milk if required