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Naankhatai- a purely Indian invention, said to have originated in the city of Surat in Gujarat. This light, melt-in-the-mouth delicacy came into being because of the dislike of the local bakery fare by the Dutch residents during those times. The owner of the bakery was also Dutch, who dried his bread and sold it cheap, since his stuff wasn’t selling.