Nachos- I don’t fancy Nachos.
Nacho Nacho- I danced with glee with the first bite, Nacho!
Where: At Chutney Sauce Murabba (CSM), Baner-Pashan Link Road (BPLR)
What: Nacho Nacho as CSM calls it, is Nachos made with Rajgira flour, which substitutes the traditional cornmeal & powdered groundnuts, served with cheese sauce, olives and jalapeños! (Priced at Rs. 150)
The newly renovated CSM on BPLR has a few new dishes on their already innovative menu and Nacho Nacho was our dish of choice along with our favourite at CSM, the Masala Thumps Up for me and Masala Chai for the wife.
I loved the idea of Nacho Chips made with Rajgira Flour (though I had my share of apprehension at the time of ordering the dish). But a bite of the Nacho and all apprehensions vanished into thin air!
I loved the idea of Nacho Chips made with Rajgira Flour (though I had my share of apprehension at the time of ordering the dish).
Personally, I’m not a member of the “I eat only health food” brigade but the idea of Nachos made with Rajgira flour and crushed groundnuts did intrigue me. Later, when Dinesh Maheshwari (the man behind CSM), mentioned that the chips were not fried but roasted on a tawa, it further elevated my interest towards the dish.
The Nachos were very tasty, had a nice crunch to it, the light flavour of groundnut added to the taste of dish. The Cheese Sauce got the dish together with a generous helping of black olives & jalapeños.
If you’re around BPLR or near Blue Ridge, Hinjewadi and feel like grabbing a bite, do walk into CSM and grab a plate of Nacho Nacho. And while you’re there, do try their newly introduced Pav Bhaji (have it and see if you can notice the healthy twist to this all-time favourite), Indo-Thai Curried Rice, Curritos which is CSM’s take on the Burritos and the Kheemadar Paratha served with homemade Murabba!