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Maharashtrian Rotis / Polis recipes


Last Updated : Nov 05,2019



महाराष्ट्रीयन रोटी भाकरी व पोळीची रेसिपी - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (Maharashtrian Rotis / Polis recipes in Hindi)
મહારાષ્ટ્રીયન રોટી, ભકરી, પોળી રેસિપિસ - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (Maharashtrian Rotis / Polis recipes in Gujarati)

Maharashtrian Rotis, Bhakri and Poli Recipes

Maharashtrian Rotis Recipes. Maharashtrian Bhakri Recipes. Apart from the regular phulkas and rotis famous all over India, Maharashtrian cuisine includes a range of unique rotis like the Chawal Bhakri, which is served with Zunka, Dashmi Roti and Puran Poli made during festivals, Whole Wheat Bhakri had with gur.

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Maharashtrian Rotis Bhakri for Breakfast

Chawal BhakriChawal Bhakri

Dashmi Roti ever-popular Maharashtrian roti is just mildly sweet, so you can have enough of it to make a complete meal with lemon pickle and black chana usal for breakfast. You can have a rice based bread Chawal Bhakri with Green Chilli Thecha . You can have a Jowar based bread like Jowar Bhakri with Sweet and Sour Mango pickle recipe,  Quick Mango Chunda and Spicy Lemon Pickle.

A a sure-shot winner, Dhapate is also known as the Maharashtrian Thalipeeth or 3 flour roti. It has been made with love and care in Maharashtrian homes since several generations, and is a dish that instantly connects a person with memories of home, childhood, mom’s cooking and such sentiments.

Dhapate, Authentic Maharashtrian ThalipeethDhapate, Authentic Maharashtrian Thalipeeth

This wholesome dish is made with three different flours – jowar, whole wheat and besan. It is excitingly flavoured with lots of onion, garlic and coriander, which not only give an irresistible flavour and aroma but a lovely mouth-feel too.

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Maharashtrian Rotis Bhakri for Lunch, Dinner

Jowar BhakriJowar Bhakri

There is a large collection of Bhakri and Rotis to choose from. You have the healthy Jowar Bhakri and Whole Wheat Bhakri to rice bread like Chawal Bhakri which Mahrastrians have for lunch or dinner.

Maharashtrian Sweet Poli during Festivals

Puran PoliPuran Poli

No festive menu in Maharashtra is complete without Puran Poli! Whole wheat flour polis with a succulent stuffing of cooked and sweetened chana dal are a delight to bite into, especially when they are hot and fresh off the tava, resplendent with the rich aroma of ghee. A healthier puran poli is made from rataloo called sweet potato puranpoli recipe.

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Sweet Potato PuranpoliSweet Potato Puranpoli

Note that is some regions in Maharashtra, chappati is also called as poli. So poli does not mean a sweet roti necessarily. 

Try our Maharashtrian Rotis Recipes. Maharashtrian Bhakri Recipes and other Maharashtrian Recipe articles below. 

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Recipe# 15145
09 Apr 04

 
 by kamalacute
No reviews
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.
Recipe# 15335
06 Jul 11

 
 by sanjim_a
No reviews
Koki/ thalipeeth/ missi roti is a traditional roti recipe prepared from a mix of flours and spice powders added. These small rotis are shallow fried with little oil and then enjoyed with vegetables or any lentil preparation of choice.
Recipe# 15380
19 Jul 04

 
 by maya_shanbhag
No reviews
Rava bhakri is a flat bread recipe with roasted rava or semolina mixed with grated coconut, ginger, chillies, salt and sugar. Enjoy with curd or any vegetable curry of choice.
Jowar Bhakri
Recipe# 34113
23 Sep 11

 
 by Amarendra Mulye
No reviews
Jowar bhakri is a traditional maharashtrian recipe. It is a common food of people living in rural maharashtra. Bhakri is served with home-made white butter, jhunka, garlic chutney, raw onions and green chillies.
Recipe# 9442
07 Oct 11

 
 
by nirja.n.pradhan
No reviews
Puran poli is a sweet delicacy prepared on many festive occasions in maharashtra. Sprouts puranpoli is a nice variation of the traditional puranpoli recipe and includes mashed sprouts as filling. Its one of the favorite indian sweet dishes and relished everywhere.
Recipe# 9755
11 Apr 06

 
 
by madhu_ra
No reviews
Kaccha rawa should be taken roasted rawa won't help to bind the mixture
this dish should be eaten when hot
Recipe# 10826
10 Jul 02

 
 by anjalijoshi
No reviews
Rawa thalipeeth or thalipith is a nice variation to the traditional Maharashtrian savory pancake recipe called thalipeeth.The pancakes made from rawa are simply irrestible with green sauce or coconut chutney.
Tilachi Poli
Recipe# 37515
03 Sep 15

 
 by Jyoti V B
No reviews
Tilachi Poli, is a popular Maharashtrian sweet roti. It is stuffed with a mixture of nutty sesame, crunchy peanuts and jaggery. Taste great with a smear of ghee. The sesame seeds are extremely rich in calcium, hence Tilachi Poli is a healthy tiffin snack for kids.
Mixed Flour Thalipeeth
Recipe# 38637
02 Sep 15

 
 by Jyoti V B
No reviews
Mixed Flour Thalipeeth is full of taste and health. Jowar, besan, bajra and whole wheat flour with cucumber and simple spices create a delicious snack that can be had for breakfast, lunch or as a tiffin snack. Kids and adults too will relish this simple but tasty thalipeeth. Serve with ketchup o ....
Recipe# 42284
05 Dec 17

 
 by purva kulkarni
No reviews
Ukdicha Paratha has anusual stuffing made from a mixture of rice flour and onions. These parathas are tasty and are good to serve with gravy based subzis.
Recipe# 42679
12 Sep 18

 
 by Jyoti V B
No reviews
This Maharashtrian Masala Flat Bread is easy to make and uses minimal ingredients. It is a homely and easy to make recipe. The spices make this roti even more flavourful than the normal jowar roti. It tastes best when eaten with flax seeds chutney, curd, pickle, etc.
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