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03 Jul 03
Sabudana Pakoda by kushi_3
An interesting variation to a typical maida based cake recipe, suji cake is a tempting recipe. The suji or semolina are mixed with baking powder and soda to create a mouthwatering and soft suji cake.
11 Aug 11
Aamabtvaran by madhuri_a1
Aamabtvaran is a maharashtrian way of cooking varan or lentils. The tuar dal is cooked, mashed and then simmered in tamarind water. Serve the sour and spicy ambatvaran tempered with mustard seeds, curry leaves and green chillies.
10 Sep 12
11 Apr 02
Shankar Poli by padmavathiravi
1. the dough should be of the chapathis consistency.
2. diamond shapes can be made like this.
first cut the chappathis vertically into 1/2 inch strip and then keep the strip horizontally and cut them into small pieces. this will look like a diamond shape.
07 Oct 11
Matki Misal by ravishamal
A spicy street food recipe straight from the streets of mumbai, the missal is basically a spicy sprouts preparation which is typically served with buttered pav. Learn the easy way for preparing the missal and enjoy it with chopped onions and lime juice as topping.
15 Nov 01
Rajgira Thalipeth by neetapilu
Rajgira thalipith is a traditional Maharashtrian thalipith or Paratha recipe which can be enjoyed even on fasting days. Prepared from Rajgira atta and mashed potatoes, the thalipith is served with farali subzi or aloo curry.
01 Aug 11
Toover Dal Amti by gurchai
Add a tangy and cooling touch to your daily summer fare with the irrestible tur dal amti. The tuar dal and raw mangoes or amti are boiled together and seasoned with garlic, chillies and masalas. Relish with steamed rice.
09 Dec 03
Masala Bhat By Hpatel7 by Hpatel7
Irrestible and easy to prepare spicy rice or masala bhat recipe with a lovely hint of Indian spice powders enrobed in aromatic long grain rice. Masala bhat can be had plain with pickle or curd and can even be served as a side dish with mixed vegetables or fish curry.
26 Sep 11
Kale Vatanechi Amti by abdaftary
Kale vatanechi amti is a maharashtrian lentil recipe with kale vataane or sprouted black peas. The spicy and coconut based amti is typically enjoyed with steamed rice and is quite healthy owing to the rich protein content in the vataanas.
17 Aug 11
Maharashtra Special Bharleli Vaangi by vinodsharma
Bharleli vaangi - maharashtrian dist is a maharashtrian recipe of cooking the brinjal or vangi which are slit and then filled with a delectably spicy filling and then cooked in hot oil with select spices. Enjoy with bhakri or rotli.
23 Jan 01
Zunka Bhakri - Maharashtrian Dish by vinodsharma
Zunka bhakri - Maharashtrian dish is a traditional chickpea or besan based wet mix which is then tempered with mustard seeds, garlic paste and curry leaves. This zunka is then stirred with fried onion mix and enjoyed hot with jowar or bajra bhakris or rotis.
27 Dec 03
Maharastrian Masala Bhaat by sumagandlur
An aromatic, healthful and lip smacking bhaat or rice recipe, Maharastrian masala bhaat boasts of authentic Maharashtrian taste and flavours. The rice is cooked with Tendli, peas and ground paste comprising of chillies, whole spices, ginger and curry leaves Add Cashewnuts, coconut and coriander leav ....
01 Oct 11
Maharashtrian Kadhi by chandapappa
Maharashtrian kadhi is slightly thicker kadhi recipe than the punjabi kadhi and is prepared with the besan and beaten curd blended together. The kadhi is then cooked tempered with curry leaves, mustard seeds and ginger-garlic paste. Enjoy the kadhi with hot steamed rice.
09 Apr 04
Thalipeeth by kamalacute
Thalipeeth is a staple in Maharashtrian households and are prepared from a batter comprising of different flours. These thalipeeth or pancakes are highly nutritious and make for a delicious way to start your day when served as breakfast with chutney.
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