Finding a pocket-friendly meal seems to be getting harder these days in Pune. A hundred bucks isn’t what it used to be when it comes to filling your belly. Fortunately, we here at The Punekar have you covered. Listed here are the yummiest locals meals you can eat for under Rs. 100!
For years now, Pune has been gifted with its favourite joints like Garden vada pav, Joshi wadewale, Shivshakti and many others, who, while retaining the quintessential deliciousness of the snack, have little secrets tucked up their sleeves to make it extra special. It could be the chutneys they add, the masala in the potato mixture or simply the way they fry the green chillies to accompany the Indian burger, that makes it the most sought after street food item. Seriously, no other snack has ever been able to dethrone the vada pav from that position.
Misal pav can be experimented with and jazzed up to be a gourmet dish. I mean really, it’s Misal Pav; what better than comfort food that also doubles up as gourmet cuisine. This is not just a delicious and healthy dish, but it is SOUL food. Here are five ways to jazz up the traditional Misal Pav to be a thick favourite on a pan-Indian palette…
Whoever said Thalis are only veg simply didn’t know where to go. Also, those of you who think Maharashtrian food mainly consists of tindli and puran poli, and no meat, you’re in for a slurrpy surprise! If you’re looking to have a hearty, homely, and filling non-vegetarian meal, here’s where you can head. Neh, SHOULD head.
A list of 9 dishes you must eat when you’re in Pune.
The Temple Cuisine of India is happening at Four Points by Sheraton till August 14 and food has never tasted better! Here are three recipes that the hotel shared with us for you! Mohan Bhog (All Over Braj Bhoomi) Serving: 8 Ingredients Rawa Sooji 100gm Besan 100gm Wholewheat Flour 300gm Sugar 500 Gm Ghee 500 […]