Maharashtrian Recipes: What comes to your mind when you think of Maharashtrian cuisine? A burst of flavours? A plate of steaming hot vada pav or pav bhaji? We bow down to the almost inexhaustible variety ...
Kolhapuri vegetables recipe: Brimming with Kolhapuri spices to season vegetables, this lesser-known veg dish is worth trying at least once.
A Konkani Muslim speciality, the pasta-like saravle are a treat enjoyed both in their sweet and savoury iterations.
Malaika Arora believes in keeping a balance between health and taste in her meals. Here recent Instagram story is a proof of that. Read on to know more.
A winter sweet with a punchy, spicy hit, ale pak - the ginger candy of Maharashtra - is a delicious oxymoron.
Flattened rice tossed with some basic spices, onion (known as kanda in Marathi), peanuts and more, kanda poha defines comfort in a Maharashtrian household.
For the uninitiated, misal is a curry made with moth bean sprouts also known as matki. Also known as Turkish gram or dew bean, moth beans are a treasure of antioxidants and plant-based protein.
Shilpa Shetty also took to Instagram to share an interesting recipe of her own unique version of the Puran Poli for the upcoming harvest festival Gudi Padwa.
Piyush Recipe: Piyush is a traditional Maharashtrian beverage that comes with the refreshing goodness of buttermilk and yogurt. Here is how you can make it at home.
Puri-basundi, the hearty combo dish from Maharashtra, is a stellar treat you should try soon. Recipe inside.