Maharashtrian Chutneys, Maharashtrain Pickle Recipes
Maharashtrain Chutneys. Maharashtrain pickles add a dimension of spicy fun to any snack or meal. You can serve peppy chutneys with starters, and pickles can be served with rotis, parathas, khichdis or any meal. Accompaniments like Dry Garlic Chutney , Green Chilli Thecha and Red Chilli Thecha will make you lick your fingers in delight.
Green Chilli Thecha
A classic Maharashtrian chutney, the Green Chilli Thecha goes best with Bhakri , Whole Wheat Bhakri and Jowar Bhakri and can be made in small batches and stored in the fridge for 2 to 3 days. For Breakfast, Red Chilli Thechha is had with Dashmi and often used as travel food.
Add some spice to your meal with this spicy and tangy Red Chilli Thecha! Thecha with bhakri is all-time favourite Maharashtrian combo, and this chutney-like dish is often prepared in small batches and stored in the fridge for 2-3 days.
Red Chilli Thecha
A powerful combination of pungent garlic and nutty dried coconut, perked up with a generous dose of chilli powder, the Dry Garlic Chutney is used as an Maharashtrain side dish. Also fresh garlic chutney is used often. Coocnut chutney is used by Maharashtrain's in pakodas and bhajias.
Maharashtrain chutney made during Pujas
Panchamrut is a dish with a holy connotation, in the sense that it is offered to God during most pujas. It is like a sweet and sour chutney, with varied ingredients ranging from jaggery to tamarind, crushed nuts and seeds, and dry fruits too. Spice powders like chilli powder and goda masala are used to give a spicy touch to the recipe.
Panchamrut is served on special occassions like Ganesh Chaturthi and Gudi Padwa as an accompaniment to a typical Maharashtrian thali consisting of Maharashtrian Bhaji, Maharashtrian Rotis / Polis, Maharashtrian Dal, Varan / Amti / Kalvan, Maharashtrian Bhaat (Rice) and Maharashtrian Sweet Dishes
Maharashtrians love their Lemon Pickle and Spicy Mango Pickle which is had with Chawal Bhakri and raw onions. Lemon pickle is one of the best pickles ever produced. Its hotness and sharpness complements most Indian recipes.
Spicy Lemon Pickle, Nimbu Ka Achaar Recipe
Chutney Powder found in every Maharashtrian home
A no-fuss recipe that is easy and straight-forward but bursting with flavour, the Dry Peanut Chutney Powder also called Maharashtrian Shengdana Chutney recipe is something that can be found in every Maharashtrian home. This delectable powder of roasted peanuts, garlic and spices adds josh to any meal with its crunchy mouth-feel and vibrant flavour. It stays fresh in an airtight container in the fridge for 15 to 20 days so you can make a sizable batch and keep it, to enjoy with your daily meals.
Dry Peanut Chutney Powder, Maharashtrian Shengdana Chutney
In Maharashtrian families, this black sesame seed chutney recipe is usually served as an accompaniment with rice flour bhakri. You can also enjoy it with other Indian breads, idli and dosa.
Black Sesame Seed Chutney Recipe, Tilkut Maharashtrian Accompaniment
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