1 Cup All Purpose Flour 1/3 Cup (80ml) Powdered Sugar 1 Tsp Baking Powder 1/8 Tsp Cardamom Powder 1 Egg 3 Tbsp Vegetable Oil (45 ml) Sesame Seeds PREPARATIONS: 1- Beat the egg. DIRECTIONS: 1- Combine vegetable oil and powdered sugar in a large bowl. 2- Stir in 1/2 cup (60ml) water and continue whisking until well mixed. 3- Add baking powder and cardamom powder, stir until mixed. 4- While stirring, gradually stir the flour in the bowl. 5- Knead the batter for only a minute or less until all the ingredients are well mixed. (the batter does not need to be kneaded as regular dough) 6- Divide the batter in two and roll out in any shape you'd want. 7- Transfer the batter to a well floured cookie pan. 8- Poke holes (an inch apart) into the batter. 9- Brush the surface with egg wash. 10- Sprinkle with sesame seeds. 11- Preheat oven to 400º F (204º C), bake noon ghandis for 20 minutes or golden.
NAN GHANDI CALORIES & NUTRITION VALUES
Noon Ghanid or Nan (nan; bread) Ghandi (ghandi: sweet/sugar can) is a traditional iranian sweet bread or cracker. It can be used as is next to a traditional tea or as a cracker or bread. As it was intended in ancient Persia, it is full of energy literally. 3.5 oz (100g) of noon ghandi contains 409 calories (165 calories from fat). Good thing about noon ghandi is that it contain a very low amounts of sodium, and it contains good amounts of protein. It contains more that 7 percent protein. It is not considered a good source of vitamin. Nan Ghandi contains about 2 percent vitamin A. Noon Ghandi contains some minerals such as iron. It has about 16 percent iron and 10 percent calcium. 100 grams of Nan ghandi has 18.4g of fat, 3.8g of saturated fat, and 63mg of cholesterol.
nutritional factsServing Size 100g
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