Sanjay Mishra Teaches Kamiya Jani The Recipe Of This Popular Bihari Breakfast Dish. Take Notes! | Curly Tales

Sanjay Mishra
by Sanmita A 188

Actor Sanjay Mishra and Curly Tales Editor-In-Chief Kamiya Jani met on the streets of Mumbai, went shopping, reminisced about old times, cooked a popular Bihari breakfast and had the most fantastic time relishing them. Kamiya and Sanjay Mishra even went to a sabzi mandi to pick some tomatoes and fresh haldi. In Sanjay Mishra’s episode of Tere Gully Mein, you will find some amazing tips and recipes to try for breakfast. Take a look.

Sanjay Mishra Cooks Popular Bihari Breakfast

Sanjay Mishra cooked a delicious serving of Dal Pitha for Kamiya Jani, and he even described the entire process and recipe for the viewers too. First, soak the chana dal, a day before you cook breakfast. Start by grinding the chana dal which will be used as fillings for the pitha. After filling the atta dough with the chana filling, steam these and serve them hot! Well, Kamiya and Sanjay ji enjoyed these pithas with a spicy tomato chutney.

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He Shared His Throwback Rishikesh Story

As Kamiya and Sanjay ji headed to Guru Da Dhaba, they passed various gullies and streets. Sanjay ji shared memories of his times there. On reaching Guru Da Dhaba, he spoke about how nostalgic of a time it was for him. Guru da Dhaba is located in Andheri, Lokhandwala. After talking about his initial days of eating there, Sanjay Mishra even talks about his time in Rishikesh. In Rishikesh, Sanjay ji used to sell Maggi and eggs to make a living. He had a set up where he would provide edibles for travellers and visitors in Rishikesh.

 

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Well, watch what all Sanjay ji did in Rishikesh, how he made money, his food tips and more on the episode of Tere Gully Mein on Curly Tales.

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