Nankhatai (Khalifa Nan Khatai) (خطائی نان) are crunchy shortbread biscuits very popular in Sub-continent countries India & Pakistan. This word of Nankhatai is derived from Irani word Naan defining bread & Khatai from an famous Afghan word describing Biscuit. Usually, in Afghanistan as well as Northeast Persia, these shortbread & crunchy biscuits are called Kulcha-e-Khataye. Here, kulcha is a kind of bread alike to Naan.
Badami Nankhatai by Khalifa Bakers, Inside Mochi Gate, Lahore is the most famous and demanding crunchy cookie. It is delicious and light sweet with unique taste.
Haldiram’s Soan Papdi or Patisa is a traditional Indian flaky sweet with almonds and pistachios, made with desi ghee. It melts in your mouth due to crisp & softness, which makes foodies its lifetime lover. Its fragrance and matchless delicious taste is really amazing, which is highly different from other Pastisa makers in the sub-continent.
Haleem or Daleem is a popular spicy dish in the Middle East, Central Asia as well as the subcontinent. It includes wheat, barley, meat, spices, ghee or oil, and vegetables.
Karachi Haleem is the most popular brand name in Pakistan, located in Shahrah-e-Jahangir, Karachi, which is spreading the traditional taste of Haleem in the city. Now, this delicious & spicy Karachi Haleem is available in tin-pack that is couriered throughout the country by Pakistani Soghat, place order today.