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  • November 28, 2007 by Aarati

    I love Mumbai Masala recipes. This new web site also looks good and interesting. But I find it difficult to see the recipes and its ingredients. I wanted to see the recipe of kaju katli but a big patch of "Sweet Treat" blocks the view of the recipes. Can u please fix it?
    Houston, TX, USA

  • November 28, 2007 by Rohini Tirlotkar

    I love Mumbai Masala recipes. This new web site also looks good and interesting. But I find it difficult to see the recipes and its ingredients. I wanted to see the recipe of kaju katli but a big patch of "Sweet Treat" blocks the view of the recipes. Can u please fix it?
    Houston, TX, USA

  • November 24, 2007 by Aarati

    I have been using your site for almost two years (The vada pav is delicious). But the revamped site made me post this comment. I love the recipes because they remind me of my mother's cooking. Thanks for helping all the fans of Marathi food out there. Can you also add some nutritious recipes for babies and toddlers?

  • November 24, 2007 by Tanvi Ghangrekar

    Hi I like your site very much. I am in USA and did not know to cook. But with your help I started. I also started making some masala powders at home which we used to get from India. But today I saw your site and was a bit dissappointed. Pls I would appreciate if you would add the MASALA POWDERS recipe to this site. Thankyou and this is a very wonderful site

  • November 20, 2007 by shahnaaz

    UR SITE IS WONDERFUL, keep it up, i feel along with cuisine i shd learn the language 2, i would love to have friends frm this coastal part of maharashtra
    dubai, UAE.

  • November 4, 2007 by pritya

    Wow, that was a really impressive array of Maharashtrian Food. Helps a lot in knowing all the delicasies and well written recipes. Will be trying out many of them.

  • October 30, 2007 by sneha

    Hi ! thanks a lot for all this recipies.This site is just amazing and very helpful for young marathi women.

  • October 28, 2007 by Mugdha

    This is the most fabulous cookery site, i have added it to my list of is the best!!!
    Leeds, UK

  • October 16, 2007 by Deepa Rao

    Even though I am not a Maharastrian, I love marathi and maharastrian food since my mother is from Ahmednagar. I came across this site by chance and I am so thankful for it. Thankyou Ms. Bhave for this wonderful website. I have already tried a couple of these recipes and will continue to do so.
    PS: It has also helped my cut down my phonebills now that i dont have to keep calling up my mother for the recipes :-)
    Orlando, FL, USA

  • October 15, 2007 by Chitra

    tumchi site khupach sundar aahe ekdum saral sopya bhashet aslyamule vaachayla sudha bare vaate.

  • October 5, 2007 by Pallavi Sawant

    Hello, Thank you soo much for all the recepies. They are perfect and they taste fabulous. We entertain indian frineds all the time and even thye have said that the food reminds them of home. I am glad to have visited this site. Keep up the good work.

  • October 3, 2007 by sheetal pandya

    first of all congratulations for such a wonderful site. Currently,I am in Little Rock,Arkansas,US. I was searching for good sites for recepies.I also came across Sanjeev Kapoor & Tarala dalal sites.But the membership pattern of these sites are disappointing. I found your site very much user friendly & the script for all the recepies ready on the site gives me more homely feeling.This aspect of the site makes it an unique one & in true sense it is "AAPLI GHARCHI SITE". Well,I want to post some recepies on this site & am unable to do so.I will appreciate if you can send me the link for the same. I wanted to know that if this unaccessability to the site is a part of the "major construction" mentioned on the home page or something else? Do reply.
    Sheetal Karnik Pandya

  • September 3, 2007 by madhuri

    the pattern of site is really systematic but along with recipe u must display the image of that food item.

  • July 31, 2007 by Dipti Gadkar

    This is an exclusive and complete site for marathi food lovers.Thanks for the efforts. The recipes are simple and easy to follow . i love visiting this site 'm sure many do.

  • July 24, 2007 by Neha

    this is very good site and very useful. I tried lots of recepies frm it and its comes out areally very good Thanks a lot for providing such good recepies. I wanted to ask you that if I use the same proportion mentioned about puran poli then how many polis I can make. Thanks and Regards

  • July 10, 2007 by Satyajeet Pardeshi

    Thanks a lot to Samita, for introducing such a great website.. After i lost my mom 2 yrs back.. it was me and my father, who was left behind, we tried lots of stuff, right from eating in hotels, Khanavals, tiffins.. none was good enough, but now we have started to prepare and make the food by our own hands... your receipes has thought me a lot and made me independent.. Thanks a lot!!!! Me Aapla Aabhari Ahe..Dhanyawad.
    Hyderabad, AP, India

  • June 2, 2007 by Vinita

    I am Vinita Patil frm shenzhen,china.I like ur site,after longtime i have read marathi recipes on net,it really feels nice.
    Thanks and regards

  • June 20, 2007 by Vasanti

    Superb site! My Bhagwat geetha when I need to cook! Very simple very easy to follow.. Great Job!

  • June 7, 2007 by Archana

    Hi this site is really helpful for people like us who are away from their homes. It is really very helpful to new people who just started making food. But I wanted to add my recipe how will I add that

  • April 9, 2007 by vijayshri

    I really like this site. this is very helpfull to the learners.

  • April 7, 2007 by ujwala

    hi everybody. Its very useful site for everyone specially for new married.. Good work.
    Can anybody tell me how to make Dabeli?

  • February 22, 2007 by Sharad Sathe

    Exellent collection.Very useful for new couples, where in-laws from either side are not available for consulations ! Good Luck.
    S D sathe

    Sharad Sathe,
    43/12, Bhagyashree,Tilak Nagar Rd 3,
    Goregaon(West),Mumbai-400 062.
    Tel::(+91-22) 28750351

  • February 7, 2007 by vaishali

    chan ahe ekadam awadali
    NJ, USA

  • February 7, 2007 by Shripad Gokhale

    Hi samita yesterday i saw a article in a paper and at that time i came to know that this site belongs to you , I have seen the site and the information provided by u is just wonderful . Best of luck for ur future assignments.
    Shripad Gokhale

    Mumbai, Maharshtra, India

  • February 7, 2007 by Meera

    I came to know about this site from Maharashtra Times. Pls give some recepies for baby food also.

    Mumbai, Maharshtra, India

  • February 6, 2007 by yogini suresh lad

    Khupach Changali Site Ahe. Me bahutek Padharth Try kele Ahet Thanks a lot

    Mumbai, Maharshtra, India

  • February 6, 2007 by Shrinivas Joshi

    Read about this site in todays MaTa.(6th Feb. 2007) Great & elaborate coverage of Aple Marathi Khane. Will be helpful to many newly married girls who settle away from their homes in other countries.

    Dombivali, Maharshtra, India

  • February 6, 2007 by Prafulla Padhye

    From some of the previous comments it appears the this marvellous site has been on the net for quite sometime.I learnt of it from Maharashtra Times only y'day.Have already conveyed the address to my son in SFO and niece in Toronto.I am sure they will find the info very useful.But why only them I am sure a lot of the tips could also be used by people like me.Thanx a lot.

    Mumbai, Maharshtra, India

  • February 4, 2007 by navindutt

    Absolutely delightful site.Something that I have been searching for days together. Precise , concise and uncomplicated
    Good work !

    Thane, Maharshtra, India

  • February 2, 2007 by meghana niteen valame

    Dear samita ,

    Hands off to you .I think we maharashtrians have very low self esteem and that is the reason our food was never popularised.I am too proud of our food .

    I am also happy that you are using marathi terminology and not the english version. keep it up ,aamchya shubhechha .

    If you can add a segement which explains the dietery facts about our food ,for example,metkut can act as a protein supplement or kulith pith is a great sourse of iron .People will be aware of positive side of maharashtrian food

    IL, USA

  • January 21, 2007 by Avanti Vaishampayan

    I enjoyed visiting your web site and have recommended the same to couple of my friends.I admire all the recipes as they are authentic vegetarian dishes, especially the same way as my mother used to make.
    Keep up the good work.

  • January 20, 2007 by sonal deshpande

    I am really thankful to the one who started this site .. i can now cook typical maharashtrian food and dont have to call everytime to my mom to ask for maharashtrian recipes


  • January 10, 2007

    I am in Australia, newly married....excellent site....very very helpful....thanks a lot.
    Good on you!!

    shweta bhate

  • January 7, 2007 by Rashida Jafri

    Excellent site, Thanks for putting it together. I was searching for these recips and could not find - thank God I found this site.

    Sharjah, UAE

  • December 23, 2006 by Amruta

    thanks 2 people u made these websites...they r really useful...sitting overseas u miss home food but now everything is possoble anywhere.thanks once again.

    Sydney, Australia

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