Talk about snacks, and something crisp and appetising immediately comes to our mind. Maharashtrians love their food that is spicy and sweet in one bite.
It's a bit hard to pinpoint the origins of chakli. It is a snack beloved of Maharashtrians, but most Gujarati farsan shops stock it, as well.
So, here we bring you 5 potato-based Maharashtrian snacks that you can enjoy in the comfort of your own house.
Karisma Kapoor shared a glimpse of her weekend food indulgence and it included a scrumptious deep-fried snack.
Here is a delicious Maharashtrian delicacy that is too delicious to miss. It is called chiroti or khaja, which is a sweet Indian pastry that is filling, rich and superbly yummy.
In Marathi, "kothimbir" or "kothmir" stands for coriander leaves. Coriander leaves are a main ingredient in this snack and are not used as just a garnish.
Super simple to rustle up, this tangy Maharashtrian-style green mango kairi bhaji is a seasonal summer treat you won't want to stop eating.
Here are our best regional tea-time snack recipes that you definitely shouldn't miss. You'll find a mix of the popular ones, those with modern twists and some desi delights you may not even have heard ...
Protein snack: Usal, a thick Konkani snack made with hot spices and dal sprouts is different from misal, which is basically a combination of Usal and 'rassa' a red and spicy, watery gravy.
Was the snack too hot or too spicy for Kunal? You decide.