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"Simply Wonderful"

Rekha Shetty <>
Mumbai, MH, USA
Thursday, August 26, 2004

Just came across you website while serching for reciepes,
well done its a good work, i wanted on special reciepes of the gravi mix
geenerally tou make in maharastra including coconut and etc. i was form
mumbai got merried in england do miss maharatrian food and that special
paste which we put in almost all sabjiz....., can you please tell me./

Jigna <>
Leicester, leics, England
Monday, August 23, 2004

Jhakas! Site pharch changli ahe.

Prashant Amburle <>
Mumbai, MH, USA
Wednesday, July 21, 2004

Awesome site. Hard to avoid the urge to go home and cook
while reading the recipes. :-)

San Jose, CA, USA
Tuesday, July 20, 2004

Now I can tel my Maharastrian friend s to invite me to their
homes. They have been telling me that there is not much variety in
Maharastrian food for a Bengali like me.

Dilip Ganguly <>
Colombo, Sri Lnka
Thursday, July 15, 2004

this is an amazing site! and that too free! even before i saw
the recipes in detail i could tell that this is the best site for
marathi food!

Thursday, July 15, 2004

Agadi marath molya recepies ahet. Padhartha suchat nasatanna,
sodhayala madat zali. Thanks!

Prajkta Kulkarni <>
Chennai, TN, India
Sunday, July 11, 2004

Great Site! Thank-you!

Gramp's Lamps <>
Sunday, July 4, 2004

Its very good indian receipe site i ever seen.i tried so many receipes
from that .its very useful for me.Thanks a lot.
london, UK

seema <>
London, UK
Thursday, July 1, 2004

good site! Its like guiding young women to develop their
cooking skills. (Like how "aaji" does!!)

Tuesday, June 29, 2004

thanku smitha , its a great and lovely site for girls like me who learned cooking after going through ur site
thank u
all the best

sandhya nair <>
Friday, June 25, 2004
california, USA

Excellent site! Bravo!Mouth Watering recipes!

annie <>
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Monday, June 21, 2004

thank you for providing us with so much information. we were
doing a project on india and we got a really good mark!

Karen and Jasmine
Wednesday, June 16, 2004

Dear Mumbai-Masala team,
Thanks a lot for putting up such a fantastic website. I am a recent
cooking enthusiast. Your website has been a great help.
Keep it up!!

Nitin <>
singapore, singapore
Tuesday, June 8, 2004


I just love your website. Being non-maharashtrian but born and brought
up there it is a great help to be able to cook a few of our favourites
foods. I was hoping you would also have a non-veg site. If so do let me know.

Vanessa Gomes

Dear Samita,
Thanks for the recipes. It really works out well. Though i have tasted
the North Indian dishes in restaurant with the help of your tips now
we taste the dishes in home. And moreover it is very useful for me as a
newly married and staying out of India. Though we dont get some
ingredients i try to make with it.

Rina <>
Thursday, May 20, 2004

I like your site, & became very impressive. I have one
request to you, that can you make this site
available in marathi language, so that anybody can read this, & will
get a good opportunity of this.

Smita Bagwe <>
mumbai, MH, India
Friday, May 14, 2004

This site is an amazing site for atleast people like me who
have spent 1/4 of their life in mumbai and now married off to USA. I
just love the mumbai chaats specially the pani poor or the gol gappa what
they call.May i request any one to give me the authentic receipe of the
pani for pani poori as i have tried all the receipes listed on the net
but it doesnt give that taste as we get on the mumbai streets . Also i
wanted to know the recipe for kachi dabeli . Mumbai masala shud have a
seperate chaat section in which it shud list recipes for all the chaat
like pani poori, kachi dabeli. I am looking forward on having these
recipes listed on the site by mumbai masala. Their recipes are truely very
authentic when prepared

Mini <>
Dallas, TX, USA
Friday, May 14, 2004

Pleasantly surprised to find a well designed and extensive Mahrashtrian
recipe site! I visit it regularly for tips and recipes and am
recommending it to friends too. Its a big help for Mumbai/Maharashtrian students
like us! THANKS!!

Lansing, Michigan, USA
Friday, May 7, 2004

Hi Mumbai-Masala,

I am a Tamil speaking Maharashtrian...meaning born and brought up in
Mumbai. Thanks to your wonderful site for all the wonderful recipes. I
missed all the Maharashtrian foods I used to get back home in Mumbai, but
your site has made that feeling redundant as I can make all my fav
recipes at home. Thanks again...Love your site and please add more I can experiment (and mess up my kitchen ;-)) .Bye for now -

Sujaya Subramanian <>
Chicago, IL, USA
Monday, April 26, 2004

It was simply a terrific experience to visit your web site…I could feel the appetite growing with every new heading that I was reading ….
I am in Denmark for last few months …away from my house. I find your recopies especially helpful….not only are recopies great but the look and feel of the site and the arrangement is excellent too…!! Great work indeed.
Thanks a lot for creating such a wonderful web site gives back the taste of home…


this is the most wanderfull web side for receipe of indian
food for me . i take all the receipe from this and I cook maximum of
this. The foods are realy very wanderfull and my family members are
impressed on me. so thank you very much this side.

nisa rani deka <>
guwahati, assam, India
Thursday, April 8, 2004



Sarita S. Kadam <>
Slough, London, UK
Friday, April 2, 2004

THANKS!!!!! for the innovative site.This site has helped me in my
cooking.I got to learn many things from this site and i have tried many
recipies as well.

just a query could you tell the other word for Gherkins(Masala bhaat)

Tuesday, March 23, 2004

Thankyou for a lovely site. The receipes are great. KEEP IT

Leah <>
Johannesburg, South Africa
Sunday, March 21, 2004

Thank-you very much for this wonderful site. It's been a
great help in introducing Maharashtrian food to my Bengali husband. Does
anyone have more seafood recipes to share, preferably kholeem (dried

Trupti <>
Boston, USA
Thursday, March 11, 2004