Friday, January 25, 2013

Karachi Bakery Fruit Biscuits

Disclaimer: This is not a sales promotion. Just published in the interest of those who want review on easy cooking and Instant Food.

Four Indian Bakery products that are phenomenally famous, have fascinated me. Variar Bakery in Rajajinagar Bangalore, Cochin Bakery in Mangalore with its origin from Kerala, Shrewsbury in Pune and Karachi Bakery in Hyderabad. I have tasted the specialties of all these four bakeries and found them too good.

Karachi Bakery has its origin from undivided Sindh province of India and the official site says they established their business in the year 1953 in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. Following the riots in Sindh province of Pakistan after the divide in 1947, Khanchand Ramnani family migrated to Hyderabad and they established Karachi bakery near Mozamjahi market in Hyderabad. Now they have an outlet in Banjara Hills as well.

Over the last 4 years I have been reading about Karachi Bakery and their products through online friends. Last year, a friend came from Hyderabad and she introduced us to the Fruit Biscuit from Karachi Bakery for the first time. That day, we were so greedy to grab the goody, I forgot to take a picture!

Luckily today, another friend came from Hyderabad and when she came, I was not at home. When I came back and found the box of biscuits in the dining room I was so delighted, I whacked two biscuits, had them with a cup of hot coffee with closed eyes, feeling as if I'm in heaven!
These biscuits are very light, they crumble in your mouth without much effort to bite into them, start melting as you start discovering the different flavours and tastes bound within the cookie. First, the fruity aroma blended with vanilla, then the smell of butter, light sweetness with a hint of salt, then crispy toasted bits of cashew nuts, finally the chewy candied dry fruits. This kind of feeling can only be created by experts in baking, and I must proudly say, India has some of the best bakers with consistency in their products!
A 450gm box of Fruit Biscuits costs just Rs. 130/- and contains over 30 pieces. I browsed through the official website of Karachi Bakery and found many other biscuits, cakes, pastries and sweets to offer. They also undertake bulk supply to corporate parties and also have online booking facility.

You may learn more about Karachi Bakery following the link -


Unknown said...

Hi Rajmam....Karachi Bakerys Fruit biscuit is available in Mangalor @ Kamaths thinde mane, Inland Monarch, near C V Nayak hall,Kadri, Mangalore

Rajanikanth Shenoy, Kudpi said...

Archana Kudva,

I'm sorry for the late reply, but you are right about Kamath Thindi Mane. Now it is also available at many outlets in Mangalore.


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