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» THE BLACK CHICKEN
1. TONI DAA DHABA: Kadaknath Chicken Gravy + Emu Egg Bhurji + Roomali Khakra
ADDRESS: Gat No. 477, Old Mumbai-Pune Road, Kamshet, Talmaval, Naigaon, Maharashtra 410405, India
OPEN: 10AM – 1AM
Toni Daa Dhaba opened for business in 1984 and has been serving delicious meals to the people of Mumbai ever since.
🥘KADAKNATH CHICKEN GRAVY: Boil black chicken pieces in water, ginger-garlic paste, turmeric and salt. For the gravy: Add oil in a pan, fry ginger, green chili, chopped onion, chopped tomato, ginger-garlic paste, green chili paste, chicken masala, salt and in-house black gravy (caramelized onion and ginger-garlic, green chili and coriander cooked till brown). Once fried, add boiled black chicken pieces, coriander leaves and some stock then allow it to cook until ready.
🥚EMU EGG BHURJI: Blow the egg shell from one side to get the egg yolk and white out. Whisk the giant egg. In a pan, add oil and fry chopped onions, green chili paste, chopped tomatoes, salt, turmeric, chopped coriander and the whisked egg. 1 emu egg = 6 chicken eggs
🍘ROOMALI KHAKRA: Mix banana, refined flour and egg together, then roast it on an upside down tawa pan to make roomali roti-style thin bread. Garnish with butter and peanut masala.
💸PRICE: Kadaknath Chicken Gravy 23.91 – 36.23 USD / 1650 – 2500 INR | Emu Egg Bhurji – 21.74 USD / 1500 INR onwards | Roomali Khakra – 3.91 USD / 270 INR
2. CHAI LA! THE TANDOOR TEA: Tandoori Masala Chai
ADDRESS: Opp. Texas Tower, Rakshaknagar Lane, Opp Zensar IT Park, Kharadi, Pune, Maharashtra 411014
OPEN: 9AM – 11PM
☕The owner of Chai La! lived in a village that was very cold and he often had throat issues. His grandmother used to give him hot milk in a kulhad (cup made of clay) which she placed over fire. He really liked the idea and adapted the same thing in Chai. Today, his grandmother makes the blend of spices used in the tea like ginger, cardamom, cinnamon, black pepper, clove and nutmeg. They use tea leaves made from 7 different blends and milk alone is used in the tea and no water.
💸PRICE: Tandoori Masala Chai 0.29 USD/ 20 INR | Bun Maska (bread with butter) 0.43 USD / 30 INR
3. VISHNUJI KI RASOI: Puran Poli
ADDRESS: Near mhatre bridge, next to siddhi garden, erandwane,pune -04
OPEN: 12:30PM to 2:30PM and 7:30PM – 10:30PM
🇮🇳PURAN POLI: Famous Maharashtrian delicacy made with a sinful mixture of jaggery, sugar, cardamom, gram flour and ghee (lots of it), which is stuffed inside wheat flour dough and then roasted over a griddle in more ghee. This recipe is usually made during celebrations.
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DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY » Bret Hamilton
CAMERA OPERATOR » Nguyễn Tân Khải
VIDEO EDITOR » Lê Anh Đỗ
COLOR & MASTER » Quí Nguyễn
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