Maharashtra Recipes

'Maharashtra' - 22 Recipe Result(s)

  • Vada Pav

    About Vada Pav Recipe: The most popular street food from Mumbai, so much so that Mumbai is almost synonymous to Vada Pav. It is basically Batata Vada sandwiched between slices of Pav along with a ...

  • Sol Kadi (Konkani Kokum Drink)

    Sol Kadi (Konkani Kokum Drink) Recipe : This is a famous drink from Maharashtra's Konkan region. Sol Kadi is drink which is made from Kokum or Aamsol and coconut milk. Sol kadi ...

  • Mutton Rassa (Kolhapuri Style)

    This Kolhapuri curry with juicy mutton chunks make a fiery and spunky dinner recipe.

  • Kolhapuri Fish

    Kolhapuri fish is a popular Maharashtrian curry that goes best with rice. Shallow fried fish cooked with an onion and spice mix.

  • Ragda

    Ragda pattice is a popular Maharashtrian street snack. 'Ragda' is a chickpea curry which is serve with a potato cutlet called pattice.

  • Ussal Pav

    An authentic Maharashtrian dish, full of vegetables, high on desi masalas. Best enjoyed with any Indian bread.

  • Bombay Duck

    Flavoursome and rich Bombay duck marinated in a beautiful yellow paste and fried in rice batter till crisp. Despite its name, Bombay duck is not a duck but a type of lizardfish.

  • Kothimbir Vade

    A popular tea time snack from Maharashtra made from gram flour, onions, turmeric, garlic and chilli ginger paste.

  • Vaangi Batata Masala

    An authentic Marathi recipe to tempt your taste buds.

  • Vangi Bhaat

    An authentic rice recipe from Maharashtra with coconut, cashews, freshly ground spice powder and brinjal.

  • Aamti

    An appetizing Maharashtrian style dal made with yellow gram dal. Tempered with chillies, garam masala, curry leaves and mustard seeds.

  • Thalipith

    Thalipith is a savoury multi-grain pancake native to Maharashtra. It is made using three types of flour: bajra, rice and besan.

  • Guar ki Bhaaji

    A Maharashtrian specialty made with thin green beans and traditional Maharashtrian spices.

  • Kaju Kothimbir Vadi

    Make delicious kothimbir vadis at home with the richness of cashew nuts. A classic Maharashtrian snack.

  • Zunka Bhakri

    About Zunka Bhakri Recipe: A traditional Maharashtrian dish, Zunka Bhakri has a chickpea flour base and a tempering of fried onions, mustard seeds, ginger-garlic. This side dish is eaten with jowar or bajra rotis.

  • Matki Chi Usal

    Green grams cooked with jaggery, coconut, tomatoes and peanut powder. Served with pav or jowar roti.

  • Bharli Vangi

    Bharleli vangi means stuffed aubergines. Cook baingan the Maharashtrian way with a sweet and tangy taste. Stuffed with coconut and masalas this aubergine recipe by Chef Hemant Oberoi is easy and absolutely delicious.

  • Malwani Chicken Sukka

    About Malwani Chicken Sukka Recipe: Malwani cuisine comes from the Konkan region of Maharashtra and Goa, where coconut is one of the most used ingredient. Here is an authentic Malwani recipe, a masaledar chicken recipe ...

  • Bhatata Ani Jhinga Rassa With Phodni Cha Maka

    Prawns cooked in assorted masalas, potatoes, kokam, served with corn-red bell pepper-tomato accompaniment.

  • Ajwaini Chakli

    About Ajwaini Chakli Recipe | Muruku Recipe: Muruku or Chakli as popularly known in Maharashtra is an all-day crispy snack made of rice flour, and piped in hot oil in a round shape.

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