In our busy and fast paced working life we barely find enough time to spend in the house and kitchen. Hence we have become slaves to technology where most of it makes our life simpler and is a big boon.
I have always loved Phool Makhana. When I was young, I really didn’t know what they were. My parents took me out for meals at North Indian restaurants and once in a while one or two makhana always popped out of the curry.
Maharashtrian cuisine covers a range from mild to very spicy dishes. Some of the popular traditional dishes include puran poli, ukdiche modak, and batata wada. Pav Bhaji, Misal Pav and Vada pav are dishes that became very popular in the last fifty years. Maharashtrian cuisine has many regional varieties including Malvani (Konkani) and Varadhi. Today we talk about one of the most loved dish Misal Pav.
Pasta is to Italy what Rajma chawal is to Punjab. It is a staple and one the most popular dishes from the European wonderland. Pasta generally a simple dish, but comes in many varieties due to its versatility. For most Italians it’s a daily affair to eat their favorite bowl of this delicious goodness. It is a meal in itself and most recipes don’t require a lengthy preparation, you can get a family meal on the table in just a few minutes.
Nothing can beat Mumbai when it comes to food! It is a food lovers paradise. It is a city that has a little of everything! Food here is as diverse as the people, ranging from street food to casual and fine dine.
Pav Bhaji was one Mumbai Street Food that I missed a lot when I left Mumbai.