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Maharashtrian Bhaji recipes





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Roti with bhaji makes a light and satiating meal. Maharashtrian bhajis have a unique flavour and texture, due to the use of special ingredients like peanuts, sesame seeds, several spices and freshly-prepared masalas. Likewise you will find that Maharashtrian cuisine also makes use of several types of vegetables and greens like purple yam, colocasia leaf, etc. Methi Pitla and Usal, Dalimbi Usal are three favourite ways of preparing vegetables.

This section takes you through a wide range of unique Maharashtrian bhaji recipes like Maharashtrian Patal Bhaji, Dalimbi Usal and Cauliflower Greens Pitla , Green Chilli Thecha, Red Chilli Thecha, Green Peas Amti.

Maharashtrian Patal Bhaji , made with colocassia leaves and chana dal, perked up with a special coconut-based masala, is a treat to your palate with its interesting sweet-and-sour flavour.

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Recipe# 38906
18 Aug 17

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 by Tarla Dalal
There are several interesting things about this recipe. First of all, there is the malvani masala, which is so aromatic and flavourful because all the ingredients are toasted before grinding. Then, there is the hara chana, which is cooked and crushed to a very convenient consistency before being ....
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Recipe# 41580
22 Mar 17

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Next time you spot a raw jackfruit in the market, bring it home and try this spicy dry subzi. This Kathal Dry Subzi takes a little bit of time to prepare but it is completely worth the effort, because your family will go gaga over it! The first and most critical step in preparing this subzi is t ....
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Recipe# 37212
07 Dec 15

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by Tarla Dalal
One of the most famous of Maharashtrian recipes, Misal is a scrumptious cocktail of savouries and sprouts! Wholesome and tasty sprouts are cooked with tangy tomatoes and pungent onions, not to forget the spice powders and the special coconut-onion based mis ....
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Recipe# 41922
12 Jul 17

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Phodshi is an off-beat veggie, which is available in Maharashtra in the monsoon months. Soaked chana dal and an assortment of interesting masalas complement the taste of the phodshi, giving rise to a truly delicious subzi. Phodshi being available only in the monsoon, don’t miss the opportunity t ....
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Recipe# 41509
23 Feb 17

 
 by Tarla Dalal
This Maharashtrian Papdi and Moong Dal Vadi Subzi is a home-style recipe, but has an exotic feel about it because of the exciting mix of spices in it. It is a traditional Vidharbi recipe that is best enjoyed with chapatis. An interesting combination of valor papdi and moong dal vadi is cooked wi ....
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Recipe# 41479
15 Feb 17

 
 by Tarla Dalal
A classic recipe from the kitchens of Maharashtra, the Moong Dal Vadi Rasa is a tongue-tickling preparation of moong dal vadis cooked in a gravy of tomatoes, blended with onions and spice powders. The rich flavour of the tomato-based gravy seeps into the vadis giving them a really nice flavour. ....
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Recipe# 41467
06 Feb 17

 
 by Tarla Dalal
There is something great about kalvan... it seems homely and special at the same time! Indeed, this authentic Maharashtrian delicacy is an all-time favourite. The Vegetable Kalvan features an assortment of veggies cooked with milk and a paste of roasted coconut and spices. Roasting the coconut h ....
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Recipe# 40781
20 Apr 16

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Pitla is a popular accompaniment that Maharashtrians never tire of having! Once you try it, you will want to have it too, as often as possible. Made with minimal and commonly available ingredients, the Besan Pitla is a quick and easy accompaniment that goes well with ric ....
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Recipe# 41426
29 Jan 17

 
 by Tarla Dalal
It is amazing how red pumpkin cooked with minimal oil and everyday spices can turn out to be so tasty! Everyday masalas and a simple tempering give the Bhoplya cha Bharit a very homely and satiating flavour. It is everyday fare that you can enjoy with any meal. Pumpkin itself is a low-cal veggie ....
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Recipe# 41310
16 Dec 16

 
 by Tarla Dalal
This is an excellent subzi, which is also very easy and quick to make. All you need to do is cook grated radish in boiling water for a few minutes, and then sauté it with a couple of common, everyday ingredients like ginger, green chillies and curds. The naturally pungent taste of radish is acce ....
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Recipe# 4382
12 Dec 16

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Vegetable Kolhapuri is a traditional vegetable dish prepared in Maharashtrian style. In fact, it is the masala paste made with coconut, red chillies, sesame seeds and other ingredients that gives it the title of Kolhapuri! The paste gives the veggies a ....
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Recipe# 38793
23 Sep 13

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
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The western coast of india generally features coconut-rich food. This malabari curry from the kitchens of kerala is no exception. The veggies rest in a base of coconut milk, and coconut is used in the masala paste also. So, overall the soothing flavour of coconut and the soft feel of boiled vegetabl ....
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Recipe# 39643
10 Oct 14

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Cauliflower greens have a crunchy texture and fresh flavour that lends itself very well to this unique pitla. While you might frequently prepare methi or plain besan pitla, adding iron-rich cauliflower greens to the preparation adds to the iron and vitamin C content of besan. Cauliflower Gr ....
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Recipe# 38908
23 Sep 13

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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A tasty subzi loaded with iron and proteins, the matha chi bhaji is typical homely fare as the sprouts and amaranth are cooked with common ingredients in a very simple fashion, which retains the flavour and nutrients. It is something you can have everyday, for its simplicity, utility and memorable t ....
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