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Last Updated : Jul 18,2017



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Maharashtrian cuisine is a zesty and spicy one, which makes abundant use of aromatic and flavourful ingredients like peanuts, sesame seeds and chillies. There are several traditional snacks like Poha and dishes like Usal, which Maharashtrians enjoy having frequently. Zunka is one of the most famous dishes, where the zunka is made using besan flour and had with hot bhakri. They also love rice, and feel dissatisfied if they do not have at least a little rice with the meal.

Apart from plain steamed rice, which is enjoyed with spicy accompaniments like Methi Pitla or Amti, rice is also enjoyed in the form of lip-smacking dishes like Dodkyacha Bhaat , Masala Bhaat, Tendli Bhaat, etc. The snack-lovers look forward to the monsoon, to enjoy hot Bhajias and Vada Pav made even more delightful with the addition of green chillies and Dry Garlic Chutney. Enjoy sweets like Modak and Puran Poli . Enter, to fall in love with Maharashtrian cuisine…

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Recipe# 12601
11 Aug 11

 
 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.
Recipe# 13511
13 Aug 11

 
 by arathi_receipe
No reviews
A vegetable dish which is common in most bengali households, aloo bhath is basically mashed potatoes or aloo which are served with steamed rice. The potatoes or aloo are boiled and mixed with mustard oil and green chillies and then devoured as first course with hot rice.
Recipe# 35642
21 Nov 16

 
 
by simplyme!
No reviews
Anarsa is an authentic maharashtrian snack especially prepared on festive occasions like Ganesh Chaturthi, Diwali , ....
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Recipe# 39836
11 Dec 14

 
 
by Swapnil Thakkar
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A real bombay street side pav bhaji that everyone loves! For that we ll need a large pan with a flat bottom. To make it more tastier, i cook it in noon, when it cools down, put it in fridge and reheat it before dinner, trust me it tastes better this way!
Recipe# 13090
26 Feb 01

 
 by savi_ram
No reviews
An excellent tea time snack.

if u wish to omit onion u can make without that too.
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Recipe# 38676
06 Aug 13

 
 by Sandipan
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It's a very very old recipe but has never lost it's place. Very easy to make and it goes fantastic with dal and rice. I remember when i was growing up my mom used to make this brinjal fry or ''begun bhaja'' as called in Bengali almost 2 to 3 times a week. The taste still lingers in my tongue. I made ....
Recipe# 11277
23 Aug 11

 
 
by devikaprabhu
No reviews
This is a konkani dish preferably eaten with steaming hot rice and red chilly papad. Best served piping hot.
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Maharashtrian
5
 on 11 Jan 18 02:32 PM