Hemantkumar Shivsharan is making the most of the lockdown with these tempting home cooked meals.
All photographs: Hemantkumar Shivsharan
IMAGE: A steaming hot plate of idlis and dosas with coconut chutney is how he likes to start his day.
IMAGE: He likes to dip methi paratha in curd and ketchup. What about you?
IMAGE: Schezwan Idli Fry. 'This quick Indi-fusion cuisine gives me some relief in this lockdown period,' he added.
IMAGE: Missing pani puri? This pic will certainly make your mouths water.
IMAGE: Sharing this photo of kurdya, a type of Maharashtrian snack that looks like a chakli, Hemant says: 'It is very healthy as it is made from wheat. Though it is time consuming to make, it can be eaten as a snack any time of the day.' It is prepared mostly during wedding season in Maharashtrian families, he added.
IMAGE: If your upma is served like this, will you say NO?
IMAGE: You will forget tracking calories when you see this plate of crispy puris and chhole.
IMAGE: Hemant is clearly not missing his favourite food during the quarantine. This cheesy homemade pizza makes his tummy happy.
IMAGE: So what if you can't get pav? Hemant's wife cooked him this delicious bhaji with dollops of butter and served it with toasted bread. Finger licking good!
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