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E-RESTAURANT ‘LAAVANI’

Mumbaichi Bhel

Mumbaichi Bhel

Rs. 50
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Mumbaichi Bhel

Could it be termed as pride of a dish of Mumbai? The nearest competitor will be Pav Bhaji and Vada Pav. Whatever you say 'Mumbaichi Bhel' - especially eatern from the stalls that dot the Girgaum Chowpati is a heavenly experience. In these days of 'fast food' wher even chopped vegertables are on offer in nearby Mother Dairy outlet- the best way to make Bhel at home woul dbe to get the ingradients and mix them at home. An expert home maker, however, will not do this. Make the lip smacking mixture at home using things made at home!
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