Maharashtrian Recipes



Kanda Lahsun Masala
Kolhapuri masala, the authentic stuff made with red chili powder, onion, garlic, dry coconut and other spices. It is also known as Kolhapuri chutney and is similar to kanda-lasun masala. 


 Singhara Ladoo
Singhara Ladoo
Singhara ladoo a farali dessert item made from singhara/singhade/water chestnut flour, ghee and sugar. It is easy to make and taste great.


 Sago Khichdi
Sabudana Khichdi
Sabudana khichdi is specially made during fasting, but it also great for breakfast or snack. It is cooked with Sabudana, potatoes, chilies and peanuts.


Misal Pav
Misal
Misal is one of the most popular street food in Maharashtra.  Misal is a healthy and nourishing dish as it made from sprouted beans. Great for breakfast or light dinner with pav/bread, plain or toasted with butter.


 Pineapple Halwa
Pineapple Halwa
Pineapple halwa is a popular Maharashtrian dessert which is known as an Ananas sheera.  It is a unique sweet with a hint of tanginess and the heady aroma of saffron.


 Puran Poli
Puran Poli
Puran poli is a classical Marathi dish, served during auspicious occasions and festivals such as Holi, Padwa in Maharashtra.The stuffing is known as puran and the outer cover is known as poli.


Bhaji Pav
Pav Bhaji
Pav bhaji is a Maharashtrian fast food dish that originated in Mumbai cuisine. It is a spicy preparation with a mixture of vegetables garnished with coriander chopped onion, and a dash of lemon and lightly toasted pav. 


Poha
Kanda Poha
Kanda poha is very popular breakfast or light snacks dish. Plenty of onions with peanuts makes this very tasty. It is very quick to make and goes very well with Indian tea.


 Thalipeeth
Thalipeeth
Thalipeeth is healthy paratha made from various flours. It is very nutritious, rich in iron, folic acid and a quite delicious snack for breakfast. This is the combination of many flour and spices.


 Til Sankari
Til Sankari
Til sankari is sweet made for Makar Sankranti. This is originally from Maharashtra, and it is famous in all over India. This is known as tulpapdi or tul sukhadi in Gujarat.

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