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.
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.
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.
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 ...
Was the snack too hot or too spicy for Kunal? You decide.
One of our most favourite Maharashtrian street foods is Ragda Chaat. This fiery chickpea curry is often crowned with freshly chopped onions, sev and coriander.
However, that is not all there is to this snack. The accompaniments served with the snack playa huge role in uplifting the experience too.