Amul Butter Almond Nankhatai Review – Mishry (2024)
Amul Butter Almond Nankhatai is made using Amul butter and whole wheat atta. Let’s find out below how close does it come to a traditional nankhatai?
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Nankhatai is a popular and traditional cookie made using three main ingredients – refined wheat flour, ghee, and sugar.
Being well-known for its dairy products, Amul recently entered the snack market and brought in a range of cookies and now nankhatais. Available in three different variants – Cashew, Almond, and Elaichi, these nankhatais are made using Amul Butter and whole wheat atta.
For our review process, we ordered almond nankhatais from an online portal. Our entire experience is detailed in our Amul Butter Almond Nankhatai review.
Table of Contents
Amul Almond Nankhatai – Quick Glance
A short tabular representation of the product details for Amul Almond Nankhatai :
|Amul Almond Nankhatai
|Calories (per 100 gm)
Our Review Factors
What were we looking for in Amul Butter Nankhatai?
Fresh, buttery and nutty nankhatais with a balanced sweetness.
To examine Amul Butter Nankhatais, we have set the following review parameters:
We were looking for a fresh, buttery taste with a balanced sweetness. The label says that these are almond butter nankhatai. Is the nuttiness of almonds present?
A nankhatai is light, buttery and has a melt in-your-mouth texture. Buttery, crumbly, dense, or airy? How was our experience with Amul Butter Nankhatai?
3. Other Observations
Refined flour, sugar and ghee are the three main ingredients used for making nankhatais. What are the main ingredients used here? Does it contain any preservatives or additives?
Price, packaging and shelf life were also set as supporting parameters.
Amul Nankhatai – Detailed Review
Price + Packaging
Amul Butter Nankhatai Almond comes in an orange color box pack. The nankhatais are neatly placed in a tray. It is then securely sealed with a plastic sheet and placed in the box. In addition, it has a see-through window on the left side corner.
The price of a 200 gm pack is Rs. 90. It has a shelf life of six months.
Wheat Flour (Atta), White Butter (26%), Sugar, Milk Solids, Semolina, Almond (3.7%), Elaichi (0.7%), Iodised Salt, and Baking Powder are the main ingredients used in the making of these nankhatais.
Looking at the list of ingredients, we appreciate the use of white butter rather than the use of any vegetable oil. Especially because nankhatais, traditionally, are made using ghee or butter.
Taste-wise, these cookies showcase a dominant flavor of cardamom. Overall, the sweetness was pretty balanced.
The label highlights that these are almond butter nankhatais however the pieces of almonds were very few.
In terms of the texture, we were not too impressed. These nankhatais from Amul were slightly dry and crumbly. It was not as airy or buttery as a classic nankhatai should be. The melt-in-your-mouth texture was missing.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some interesting FAQs on Amul Butter Nankhatai
No, these almond nankhatai contains white butter.
As compared to the other cookies and biscuits made using refined oil, these nankhatais are made using white butter. But we still recommend having any packaged food in moderation.
Yes. The almond nankhatais by Amul are eggless.
Yes. These nankhatais can be paired with tea or coffee.
These nankhatais from Amul have no preservatives.
Amul Butter Nankhatai Almond has a dominant flavor of cardamom and balanced sweetness. Though appearance-wise, the cracked top resembles a traditional nankhatai, texture wise we felt it could have been better.
The missing melt-in-your-mouth texture, low butteriness and small quantities of almonds are aspects that did not work for us.
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