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A Maharastrian dish, which gets cooked in every house on daily basis. It is a one pot meal which it easy to cook and tests awesome. 245 more words


Bhazanee Thalipeeth or Wadé - Sarika's Kitchen

To begin, I have modified the spelling a bit to help non-Maharashtrians pronounce Bhajanee correctly. In Marathi, we have a few more alphabets than most commonly spoken languages in the world. 835 more words


Tawa Pulao

A popular mumbai street food…..
4 Cup Cooked white rice
1  Finely chopped Onion
1/4 Cup diced carrot
3-4 finely chopped Tomatoes
3/4 finely chopped Green capsicum 0r 1 medium capsicum… 165 more words


How to soak Sabudana(Sago)?

1/4 cup Sabudana

In a strainer or in a bowl, take sabudana and wash it in running water for 2-3 times or till water clears, now take enough water which will cover the sabudana and let it rest for 5 minutes. 155 more words


Tomato Saar

When your husband cooks awesome dishes, you feel lucky and I’m the one of them :).
This recipe is my husbands most favorite dish which he invented on his own,  likes the most and cooks amazingly with lots of love and patience. 417 more words


Sabudana Thalipeeth and Peanut Chutney - Sarika's Kitchen

Now you love sabudana and the crushed roasted peanuts (or the other non-peanut version from Radhika’s kitchen on the blog), spicy taste but were feeling guilty about hogging on deep fried vadas, here is a simple and less oily way to enjoy it all. 454 more words


Shree Ganesh Krupa, Near Trafic Signal, Paud Road, Kothrud, Pune

“Indian snacks… among those places which are staple for many!!!”

The elderly face on cash counter was familiar and as I remember the outlet was right on the fork earlier (where now traffic signal has come up forcing them to move 3-4 shops inside the street). 91 more words

Pune Restaurants