The BIGGEST Thali in Pune - BAHUBALI THALI 20 + ITEMS! | Pune, India - Buxrs.com
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In November of 2018, I visited India for the second time in eleven months to explore more of this gorgeous country, especially its unparalleled food scene. I spent eighteen unforgettable days traveling around seven different Indian cities with my friend Sam, and to say it was the trip of a lifetime is an understatement. I found myself loving this country more with each passing day and I hope my adventures there inspire you to experience the sights, sounds, and tastes of India for yourself!
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On my third and final day in Pune, Sam and I headed over to House of Paratha to try our hands (and our stomachs) at finishing the Bahubali Thali, a monstrous Thali that is the biggest in Pune and usually serves five or six people. Any individual who finishes this massive Thali gets a monetary prize, and I was up for the challenge! Check out the video to see how I did!
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When I say the Bahubali Thali is an absolute beast, I mean it! It’s beautiful and colorful, smells heavenly, and is enormous! The star of the dish is its paratha, a vast flatbread that clocks in at a whopping 20-22 inches across and is stuffed with ingredients like corn, green peas, nuts, and cheese. Served along with the paratha were seven different vegetables, a variety of breads including chur chur naan, two desserts including Gulab Jamun and Moong Dal Halwa, a lassi (Indian yogurt drink), a chaas (Indian buttermilk), and several sides (which included Pani Puri with mint and tamarind chutneys and curd, Katappa Biryani, Jeera Rice, and Boondi Raita).
The paratha was spicy and full of flavors, and there were so many dips that I thought were outstanding. I didn’t know what all of them were, but I was able to identify two different types of dal, and there was an earthy, tomato-based one that had carrots in it that was out of this world, as well as another one I thought could possibly contain almonds and coconut. There was such a variety in flavors, from spicy to earthy to tropical, and I could not stop going back for more. Suffice to say, I was in Indian food heaven. The Bahubali Thali at House of Paratha is one Indian food experience I will never, ever forget!
I hope you enjoyed watching me attempt to down this entire Thali! If you did, please give this video a thumbs up, leave me a comment below, and subscribe to my channel for more awesome travel and food content!
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My name is David Hoffmann and for the last decade I have been traveling around the world in search of unique culture, food and history! Since starting Davidsbeenhere in 2008, I have traveled to 71 countries and over 1,000 destinations, which I welcome you to check out on my YouTube Channel, blog and social medias.
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The BIGGEST Thali in Pune - BAHUBALI THALI 20 + ITEMS! | Pune, India