Thursday, November 5, 2009

Thursday Challenge - food

This is 'Misal' (mixture), a very popular Maharashtrian snack in Mumbai. A mix of crunchy savories called 'farsan' dunked in a spicy gravy of mixed 'dals'(pulses), garnished with diced onions and coriander. Can be eaten by itself or bread.
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42 comments:

  1. Yummy. My Favorite. Where in Mumbai do you know the best places for Misal? There's one at Chembur Naka. A restaurant called BHATT. World Famous in Mumbai :-D

    - Pixellicious Photos

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  2. Delicious photo! QUICK - someone had me a big spoon!

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  3. Hmmmmmm! Oh, yes! Yum yum and will someone hand me a fork, too, please?

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  4. I am so hungry for this delectable food from India!

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  5. I went out today with friends for Mexican food but I would so much rather have eaten Indian food. I don't know if there are any restuarants in my home, Columbus, GA.. I must check them out for the future!!!

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  6. A picture so good that it carries a delicious scent!


    Namaste & Aloha, Friend!


    Comfort Spiral

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  7. ooh yummy!!

    now i am really really hungry!!

    lovely blog!

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  8. Sounds yummy! send me a bowl , please....

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  9. Serve me when I come visiting!! Protein rich and delicious and spicy all in one.... I was served a variety of pulses snacks whereever I went in Maha state...

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  10. Yumm yumm that good ... and how many colors!
    :-)

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  11. This looks delicious! I am coming over in the evening with pavs. :D

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  12. That looks wonderful. What are the yellow bits in the dish? It looks like omelet...

    I would certainly love to see more food picture from your world!

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  13. Watching a good Bollywood movie eating this Misal....must be wonderful !!

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  14. I had lunch few minutes before And such photographs is making hungry again. Anyways, Thankyou.

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  15. Looks delicious! Can imagine that smells fantastic as well!!

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  16. humm yummy! I think I need some snack now! :)
    Léia

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  17. Yes, that's kheema in my blog. I just love all those spicy indian dishes after all I'm part Indian.

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  18. Sounds mighty tasty! I'm all about "spicy, crunchy savories".

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  19. Looks great. Would love to try it.

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  20. Looks great. I may have to make some dal now that you've made me hungry. I don't know what your crunchies are though. I wonder what Fritos corn chips would taste like with it.

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  21. It looks yummiieee...... :)
    Its your diner I think
    ;)

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  22. They say, Never shop for groceries when you're hungry. Or blog. Excuse me while I go see what's for dinner...

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  23. Greetings from Australia.
    Looks delicious and the colours appetising. Mayve it was your dinner?
    Thanks for visiting my blog - apologies for not visiting sooner.
    Cheers.
    Melbourne Daily Photo

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  24. I am not a FAT cat :(
    Miauwwww...
    My weight is only 6000 gr.
    and I am working on it :(
    But it don't works !!!
    You see only my big soft fur,
    thats all .....
    hugs miauwwws from

    Kareltje =^.^=

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  25. We have many Indian food stores, and you can buy anything here.

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  26. Looks great. Would love to try it.

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  27. Sounds mighty tasty! I'm all about "spicy, crunchy savories".

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  28. ooh yummy!!

    now i am really really hungry!!

    lovely blog!

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