St Laurn Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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7. When onion is sauteed add diced chicken, add salt and pepper, then seal (move around until there are no pink bits)
8. Transfer chicken mix to the big pot of white sauce
9. In the (now empty) chicken mix pan, cook off chopped mushrooms and capsicum. Once soft, add to white sauce pot
10. Ensure chicken juices ...
... and video of my friends and I rehearsing for our Bollywood Dance at Ami's wedding. These were received with interest, and the last, amusement.
I then packed up my stuff, to get ready to go. Jijoy, Karma and I got on the bike, and went up to a Hindu temple on Parvati Hill. We climbed the steps, gazed out to the horizon, and took our shoes off at the appropriate times.
Earlier I had been describing how the young people at Ajanta and Ellora were interested ...
Riya was taught this recipe by her friend. I've since looked into how other people recommend making it (see link below) however below is how I was taught to make it. It was a very tasty Indian dish I'd never tried before, so I'd recommend giving it a try if you can find the ingredients!
Sabudana (aka tapioca pearls) should be left to soak ...
... was back from class, and breakfast was made: the delicious khichdi.The best way to describe it is like those little white balls you get in bean bags, but with a spicy, nutty undertone.
Riya then ironed Karma's shirt, and the three of them headed off to school.
Soorej and I worked out our events for the day, filled up our water bottles, and then set off for a walk.
We passed a temple for Hanuman, the Hindu God of Strength, on ...
... Vera Sans', sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 19px;">Mandaii is the local central vegetable market close by and walking distance and is worth a visit but next to it is a lane with fabulous bangles !! Do go and visit it !!
This part of Pune is the real Pune of yesteryears ...