Lahori Naan Khatai
Lahori Nan Khatai recipe is a sweet recipe is liked by many houses situated around the Asian subcontinent. Not only children, but young adults and elders love to eat this sweet dish called Nan Khatai recipe as well. It can be served with savory tea, green tea or as a snack. The word ‘Nankhatai’ recipe comes from the Persian word ‘Nan’ which depicts bread and an Afghan word ‘khatai’ which means biscuit or hard biscuit. Although the real origin of biscuits should have been supposedly originated from Surat, evidence shows that it is not clear as it is equally popular in Iran, Persia, Afghan, India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh as a traditional sweet food item. The Lahori Nan Khatai recipe is a popular sweet dessert dates back to the time of colonization and has thus been passed from generations to generations until today.
You can add many variations to this sweet recipe, including many alternatives for the ingredients which you do not like or are not suitable for your health. Some actually don’t add the sugar ingredient and instead use salt as an alternative, which in return turns the whole Lahori Nan Khatai recipe into a mouthwatering salt-ish treat. So read the following guide and prepare this simple Lahori Nan Khatai recipe at home and serve them to your family and friends. You can also prepare this simple Nan Khatai recipe on special occasions such as fancy dinners, birthday parties or even as a late night snack and serve to your guests with tea or coffee.
These biscuits are white or yellowish white in color. The texture of Lahori Nan Khatai recipe is usually rough but soft on the outside and is sprinkled with lots of sweet dough. One way to make the dish even yummier is by knowing that fresh Nan Khatai recipe is crispy but it becomes softer when it becomes stale and old so make sure you don’t store it for more than 2-3 days. Fresh biscuits are always very delicious to eat for both adults and children, especially if it’s made at home.