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Maharashtrian Recipes, Maharashtrain Dishes

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 Maharashtrain 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.

Top Authentic Maharashtrain Dishes

We list the Top Authentic Maharashtrain Dishes for Vegetarains.

1. Zunka

2. Misal Pav

3. Sabudana Khichdi

4. Kanda Poha

5. Rava Sheera

6. Chawal Bhakri

7. Upma

8. Thalipeeth
 

Maharashtrian Recipes, Breakfast Recipes

Misal-PavMisal Pav

Maharashtrian dishes commonly had for breakfast are Upma, Poha which are easy to prepare. Then there is Misal with Pav with some Chai. Some even have Chai and Chapatti.

Maharashtrian Recipes:  Bhaji, Vegetables

We have the entire range of Maharashtrian vegetables. The day to day vegetables range from Methi Pitla to commonly made potato vegetable Batata Chi Bhaji had with Chapatti or Puri. For more details look at Maharashtrian Bhaji Recipes

Fasting Upvas Maharashtrian Recipes

/Sabudana-KhichdiSabudana Khichdi

Generally, those on a fast get up early in the morning and take abhyanga bath to purify their body. Women make sure they wash their hair on fasting days. Common Mahrastrain Food made for fasting are made of Sabudana like Sabudana Khichdi and Sabudana Thalipeeth. For details of fasting look at Maharashtrian Upvas (Fasting) Recipes

Maharashtrian Recipes :  Rice Bhaat Recipes

Most Maharashtrians have rice for dinner. They opt for spicy rice like Masala Bhaat. For more details look at Maharashtrian Bhaat (Rice) Recipes

Maharashtrian Chutney, Techa

Green-Chilli-ThechaGreen Chilli Thecha

Mahrashtrain recipes loved are Thecha with Bhakri. We highly recommend Green Chilli Thecha which you can have a meal with some good rice based Bhakri Chawal Bhakri. For more details look at Maharashtrian Rotis / Polis Recipes

Maharashtrian Mithai

Maharastrians love their Goudh which means sweets. They have their Til Laddu on Sankrant, Modak during Ganesh Chaturthi. For more details Maharashtrian Mithai Recipes

Maharashtrian Recipes : Rotis

Chawal-BhakriChawal Bhakri

Yes, Mahrashtrians too love their Roti today. Aside from that they have to have a rice based recipe on the table, be it Dodkyacha Bhaat or a rice roti Chawal Bhakri. For more information see Maharashtrian Rotis / Polis Recipes

Maharashtrian Snacks

Who does not love the Thecha stuffed with Pav. Eat Green Chilli Thecha Stuffed Pav and you will forget about Vada Pav. More details at Maharashtrian Snacks Nashta Recipes

Maharashtrian Dal, Varan

They have Basic Toovar Dal Recipe with plain rice which is a common combination. Also popular is Moong Dal Khichdi. Details at Maharashtrian Bhaat (Rice) Recipes

Happy Cooking!

If you liked our Maharashtrain Recipe Collection, you will find these 9 articles of interest.

1. 40 Maharashtrian Bhaat (Rice) Recipes

2. 55 Maharashtrian Bhaji Recipes

3. 44 Maharashtrian Breakfast Recipes

4. 30 Maharashtrian Chutneys Pickles Recipes

5. 32 Maharashtrian Varan Amti Kalvan Recipes

6. 40 Maharashtrian Rotis Polis Recipes

7. 24 Maharashtrian Snacks Nashta Recipes

8. 38 Maharashtrian Sweet Dishes Recipes

9. 96 Maharashtrian Upvas (Fasting) Recipes


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Easy Anarase Recipe
Recipe# 37516
06 Nov 12

 
 by Jyoti V B
This is very popular Maharashtrian dish of diwali. This is my favorite dish. No more soaking of rice in water for 3 days. Easy way of making anarse directly with rice flour.
Recipe# 40799
24 Apr 16

 
 by Jyoti V B
Sabudana has a bland taste by itself, so by adding some mango pulp and kesar flavoured milk, this dessert becomes tasty and healthy! This is filling for upvas, and one of the best Faral recipes! It is loved by all age groups. Hope you enjoy!
Recipe# 9921
11 Aug 15

 
 by ritha_kulkarni
Masaledar Khichdi, just perfect to satisfy your taste buds and hunger too. Rice and moong dal with a tempering of mustard seeds and curry leaves, pepped up with the flavours of ground condiments like black pepper, cloves, cinnamon and coriander seeds is pressure cooked, resulting in an aromatic, fla ....
Recipe# 9822
03 Jul 03

 
 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.
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.
Dry Coconut With Jaggery Modak
Recipe# 37263
10 Sep 12

 
 
by Jyoti V B
It is a sweet that maharashtrian's make on ganesh chaturti. We generally make 21 modaks for navidya.
Recipe# 11155
11 Apr 02

 
 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.
Recipe# 14503
07 Oct 11

 
 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.
Recipe# 14523
15 Nov 01

 
 by neetapilu
No reviews
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.
Recipe# 14525
01 Aug 11

 
 by gurchai
No reviews
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.
Recipe# 14876
09 Dec 03

 
 by Hpatel7
No reviews
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.
Recipe# 14896
26 Sep 11

 
 by abdaftary
No reviews
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.
Recipe# 14932
17 Aug 11

 
 by vinodsharma
No reviews
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.
Recipe# 14934
23 Jan 01

 
 
by vinodsharma
No reviews
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.
Recipe# 15104
01 Oct 11

 
 by chandapappa
No reviews
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.
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# 15278
09 Dec 03

 
 by Hpatel7
No reviews
The spicy and tempting masala bhat is basically a rice recipe with an array of spice powders and masalas added to the rice while cooking. Enjoy masala bhat as main course meal with chopped coriander leaves as garnish and raita as accompaniment.
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.
Recipe# 15463
28 Aug 04

 
 by mdsk
No reviews
Vaangi bhaat is a traditional Maharstrian rice or bhaat recipe with the brinjals or vangi stir fried with ground masala and then added to the cooked rice. Add tamarind juice,peanuts and curry leaves to render that authentic vangi bhat taste and flavour.
Recipe# 15796
03 Oct 11

 
 by rmonty
No reviews
Masala bhaath is a traditional bhaath or rice recipe which is quite common in maharashtrian households. The rice is cooked with spice powders, roasted onion, tomatoes and red chilli powder and relished hot with chopped coriander as garnish.
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