You can purchase this savoury, seasoned, and deep-fried bun at every corner shop in Pune. Visitors buy bakarwadi by the kilo because it isn’t available anywhere else.
Amti is a Maharashtra traditional dal dish (lentil soup) prepared with tuvar or pigeon pea. Pune’s amti is distinguished by a spice blend known as goda masala, which includes red dried chillies, dagadiphool or stone flower, khus-khus (poppy seeds), and finely shredded dried coconut. Even though it’s a simple meal, the addition of goda masala elevates Pune’s amti to a new level.
Peanut chutney is another speciality that can’t be obtained anyplace else. Shengdanyachi chatni, as it’s known locally, is made with peanuts, garlic, dried red chilli powder, and a hint of jaggery and comes in 100-gram packs. It’s a great way to spice up any meal. Stock up on this delectable chutney to take home and share with friends and family.
Samosas with Chutney
Bite into some hot and spicy samosas if you don’t mind throwing your diet out the window. They’re light and crunchy, and they’re excellent for snacking. They’re perfect to take home, share with friends, and enjoy with a cup of tea or coffee.
Sabudana khichadi, available in nameless roadside cafes in Pune, is glutinous and sticky but full of mouthwatering flavour. It’s made with tapioca pearls or sabudana and topped with crushed toasted peanuts and a lemon wedge. This recipe, despite its simplicity, can transport you to culinary heaven.