Kheer Kadam (12 pieces)
Kheer Kadamb or Ras Kadam, is a traditional two-layered Bengali sweet, named after the Kadamba flower. While the core is made of dry rossogolla, the shell is made of kheer (milk solids). The sweet balls are rolled over a bed of shredded kheer. Each piece weighs 35-40 gm.
Please note that this product is available for deliveries only in Hyderabad.
About the Maker
Gangurams with its century old illustrious history has become an integral part of Bengali culture. What started as a tiny sweetmeat shop in the 1880s is now a major sweet shop chain with over 30 outlets and 300 varieties of distinct & delicious delicacies. Ganguram have professionalised the sweet-making process by blending time-tested recipes with efficient processes supervised by trained professionals. Ganguram’s popularity can be gauged by the fact that they are frequently chosen as the official caterers for the Govt of West Bengal`s residence & secretariat. The long list of illustrious clients Gangurams has served in the past includes Pandit Jawharlal Nehru, Satyajit Ray, Morarji Desai, Pandit Ravishankar, Bhimsen Joshi, similarly few foreign dignitaries such as Chou-en-Lai, Nikita Khrushchev Bulganin and The Queen Elizabeth-II during their visit to our country. Ganguram’s set foot in Hyderabad in 2017 and currently has one outlet in Kondapur. Relish the authentic Bengali delicacies freshly prepared in Hyderabad.
Product is shipped immediately upon order confirmation.
|Ingredients||Cottage cheese, khoya, sugar, cardamom powder|
Product ships with vendor’s original packaging. Personal messages can be facilitated based on request and availability.
Orders placed before 2 PM will be delivered the same business day for Hyderabad customers, subject to product availability. A nominal shipping rate of INR 50 is charged for every 500 gms from the same maker.
A passionate food enthusiast, Sabyasachi is based out of Hyderabad, India. Love for the city’s cuisines has taken him to all corners of the city, ranging from street food stalls to fine dines. Check his profile here.
“Kheer Kadam is a favourite as it is two sweets in one, with an outer layer of khowa covering a small rasgulla inside. As you bite into the Kheer Kadam prepared at Ganguram, the two layers combine well to provide a unique taste inside the mouth. The sweet compares favourably with the best you get in Bengal, and is a must try for food lovers.”
– Sabyasachi Ray Chaudhuri