Kalkals

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Kalkals
All Saints Bakery, Bangalore
Rs 290 - 400g
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Kulkul/Kalkal recipe is most commonly made in all South Indian Christian houses during Christmas. Kulkuls(Gul Gul,Kidiyo,Kidyo) is a Goan special Christmas sweet recipe.Traditionally these are specially prepared by the Catholics in Goa and are distributed to neighbors, friends and relatives during Christmas.

Non-Vegetarian | Best Before 2 Months from date of Packing | Store in a cool and dry place
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All Saints Bakery
All Saints was founded in 1969 by Thomas Vellara, a passionate young baker in his early twenties.The bakery soon became popular for it's fresh hand made bread and traditional plum cakes.Over the years the bakery has evolved and grown with the city, catering to Bangalore's traditional tastes and palettes. 

All Saints Bakery

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All Saints was founded in 1969 by Thomas Vellara, a passionate young baker in his early twenties.The bakery soon became popular for it's fresh hand made bread and traditional plum cakes.Over the years the bakery has evolved and grown with the city, catering to Bangalore's traditional tastes and palettes. 
We are a family run enterprise and one of the family member is always in the shop. We have gained the trust of our loyal customers through our Traditional Family Recipe

Thomas Vellara

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Ingredients

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Flour, Margarine, Sugar, Nutmeg Powder, Water, Eggs, Refined Groundnut Oil, Salt.
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Kalkals
Good and want more
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Review by Guest / (Posted on 1/23/2018)
Kalkals
Realy bad taste and smells like bad oil. Doesn't taste like fresh. Will never buy again.
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Review by Jayanta Saha / (Posted on 12/20/2017)
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