Maharashtrian Marathi Recipes

Everyday Dinner Ideas: Kala Chana in Koli Masala,Carrot & Methi Pachadi, Phulka & More

Tuesday, 23 May 2017 00:00

Dinner is always a meal that has to be had light and had just the right amount. The meal has to be quick that can be made during the weeknight also so that it will rejuvenate your mind and get you started with Monday to Friday rotation. We have put across a completely home made dinner meal that will end your day in a happy note. At our in house we have created you a dinner plate with good ingredients put together which will not make you feel heavy before you hit the bed.

Everyday Dinner Ideas: Indulge In Rich and Comforting Palak Khichdi, Kothimbir Vadi & Salad

Tuesday, 16 May 2017 00:00

Every dinner needs to end with a good note. As it is the last meal for your day and it should help you satisfy your hunger. The meal has to be quick that can be made during the weeknight also so that it will rejuvenate your mind and get you started with Monday to Friday rotation. We have put across a completely home made dinner meal that will end your day in a happy note. At our in house we have created you a dinner plate with good ingredients put together which will not make you feel heavy before you hit the bed.
Traditional Anarsa Recipe With Curd (Apoopa)

Traditional Anarsa Recipe With Curd (Apoopa)

Thursday, 11 May 2017 12:01

Traditional Anarsa Recipe With Curd is an authentic Maharashtrian sweet dish. It is a pastry-like snack and is made from soaked powdered Rice, Jaggery or Sugar , Poppy seed and Ghee. It is one of the most common sweets made for Diwali Faral. Anarsa also known as Apoopa are made specially during the Adhik Maas and are donated with Ghee Deepa as Dana in brass plates and is called Apoopa Dana. My mother-in-law taught how to make it with sugar, instead of jaggery that is more commonly used. Serve Traditional Anarsa Recipe With Curd as a diwali treat along with Kesar Shrikhand Recipe and Beetroot & Spinach Nimki Recipe (Namak Para). If you like this recipe, try more recipes like Pink Dragon Fruit Kesari Recipe (Sooji Halwa with Dragon fruit) No Bake Rice Mawa Cake Recipe (Burfi Recipe) Moong Dal Ghughra Recipe (Gujiya/ Karanji)
Carrot and Cucumber Thalipeeth Recipe

Carrot and Cucumber Thalipeeth Recipe

Wednesday, 03 May 2017 09:00

Carrot and Cucumber Thalipeeth Recipe is such a comforting dish to be tried at every household. It is purely Sattvic and does not use any onion or garlic in the dish. Thalipeeth are usually Flatbread that are made by using different flour and then flattened it on a foil using your fingers and then cooked on a flat skillet. This dish contains two different vegetable and the combination works out really well. Carrots are a good source of Vitamin C and on the other hand cucumber is rich in minerals and nutrients. So it is a very good way to add these vegetable into your morning breakfast. Serve the Carrot and Cucumber Thalipeeth Recipe along with ginger and walnut chutney or Dhaniya Pudina Chutney Recipe (Green Chutney) for your morning breakfast.  If you are looking for more Breakfast recipes here are some:  Vegetable Rava Upma Recipe (Savory Semolina Breakfast Pudding) Breakfast Oatmeal Raisin Muffin Recipe (with Eggless Option) Chilli Cheese Toast Recipe (Breakfast Bread Pizza)

10 Mouthwatering Maharashtrian Recipes That Includes Pav

Wednesday, 26 April 2017 00:11

Pav Bhaji and Vada Pav are two popular dishes which comes to our mind as soon as we hear the word ‘Pav’. These two dishes are famous all over India and are loved by everyone. But do you know other than these two, there are many more Pav recipe which are very famous in Maharashtra. If you have ever been to Mumbai, you will know that Pav is loved and enjoyed by almost everyone there and different types of pav recipes are sold on street, making them Maharashtra’s popular street food.
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Patichya Kandyachi Zunka Recipe (Maharashtrian Style Spring Onions and Besan Sabzi)

Patichya Kandyachi Zunka Recipe (Maharashtrian Style Spring Onions and Besan Sabzi)

Sunday, 16 April 2017 13:20

Maharashtrian cuisine surprises us with many recipes that are prepared using the day to day kitchen ingredients, when we run out of fresh produce in the pantry. Patichya Kandyachi Zunka Recipe (Maharashtrian Style Spring Onions and Besan Sabzi) is one of those, which is prepared using spring onions and chickpea flour (besan). Patichya Kanda means spring onions in Marathi. Patichya Kandyachi Zunka Recipe is a flavourful dish prepared using very less ingredients. Zunka is a traditional dry maharashtrian recipe preparation made using chickpea flour. If you have spring onions and besan in hand, it can be made in a jiffy when you run out of vegetables. Serve the Patichya Kandyachi Zunka Recipe (Maharashtrian Style Spring Onions and Besan Sabzi), along with phulkas for breakfast or with Kadhi Pakoras Recipe (Creamy Yogurt Curry with Fried Dumplings) and Moong Sprouts Usal Recipe (Indian Salad Chaat) for a simple yet delectable weeknight dinner. If you like Maharashtrian cuisine, here are more recipes from the same cuisine that you can also try Maharashtrian Kanda Poha Recipe Maharashtrian Batatyacha Kees Recipe Maharashtrian Aloo Bhujne Recipe (Potato Stir Fry) Maharashtrian Multigrain Thalipeeth Recipe
Matki Chi Rassa Bhaji Recipe (Maharashtrian Style Moth Beans Cooked with Goda Masala)

Matki Chi Rassa Bhaji Recipe (Maharashtrian Style Moth Beans Cooked with Goda Masala)

Saturday, 15 April 2017 17:22

Matki Chi Rassa Bhaji Recipe is the Maharashtrian Styled curry of Moth Beans Cooked with Goda Masala. Goda masala is one famous spice blend used predominantly in the maharashtrian cuisine. The spice mix is pungent but not too spicy due to stone flower and the little sweetness is imparted by the dry coconut (kopra), cinnamon and jaggery used in the mix. Moth Beans are called Matki in Marathi. Matki Chi Rassa Bhaji Recipe (Maharashtrian Style Moth Beans Cooked with Goda Masala), uses sprouted moth beans to prepare a mildly spiced spouts curry using goda masala. It is a thin curry making it a perfect accompaniment to be had with steamed rice. Serve the Matki Chi Rassa Bhaji Recipe (Maharashtrian Style Moth Beans Cooked with Goda Masala) along with Rice Flour Bhakri Recipe (Maharashtrian Tandalachi Bhakri), and Maharashtrian Bharleli Vaangi Recipe (Stuffed Roasted Aubergines) for a Maharashtrian inspired brunch. If you like this curry, try more recipes with goda masala, like Maharashtrian Masale Baath Recipe Beans And Matki Bhaji Recipe (Maharashtrian Green Beans And Sprouted Moth Beans) No Onion No Garlic Sweet Pepper Sabji Recipe Vatana Usal Recipe (Spicy Peas Curry)
Maharashtrian Tomato Saar Recipe

Maharashtrian Tomato Saar Recipe

Thursday, 16 March 2017 00:16

Maharashtrian Tomato Saar Recipe is a simple and mildly spiced tomato broth made regularly in a Maharashtrian households. Serve the Maharashtrian Tomato Saar Recipe along with Steamed Rice and Papad for a light weeknight dinner. Did you know: Tomatoes are a rich source of vitamin C, a natural antioxidant which prevents against cancer. Regular consumption of tomatoes has been proven to decrease the levels of LDL cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood, making it suitable for heart patients. It is also beneficial for good eyesight and clear skin. Here are Maharashtrian recipes to try Maharashtrian Anarsa Recipe Maharashtrian Kulith Shengole Recipe (Spicy Horse Gram Flour Dumplings) Bhoplyache Gharge Recipe (Maharashtrian Style Sweet Pumpkin Puris) Maharashtrian Tindora Sabzi Recipe With Peanuts
महाराष्ट्रियन आलू भूजने - Potato Stir Fry (Recipe In Hindi)

महाराष्ट्रियन आलू भूजने - Potato Stir Fry (Recipe In Hindi)

Thursday, 16 March 2017 00:11

महाराष्ट्रियन आलू भूजने एक सरल और स्वादिष्ठ डिश है जो की महाराष्ट्र के बहुत घरो में बनाई जाती है. यह एक वेजीटेरियन डिश है जो उस दिन बनायीं जाती है जब फिश और मीट को नहीं खाया जाता।  महाराष्ट्रियन आलू भूजने को दाल तड़का, चावल और रोटी के साथ दिन या रात के खाने के लिए परोसे. अगर आपको यह रेसिपी अच्छी लगी हो तो, आप यह भी बना सकते है  ढिंगरी डोलमा  नादन टमाटर करी  पोटाला रसा   
Puran Poli Recipe With Toor Dal And Chana Dal

Puran Poli Recipe With Toor Dal And Chana Dal

Monday, 16 January 2017 00:00

Puran Poli or Vedmi is a well-known sweet bread recipe from Gujarat and Maharashtra. Gujarati style puran poli is prepared using toor dal and Maharashtrian style puran poli is made using chana dal. In this Puran Poli recipe, we have used both the dals to make this yummy and mouth watering dish even more interesting. Preparing puran for the puran polis is a very time consuming process, so, here is an easy recipe of preparing puran partly in microwave. It will give the same rich aroma and flavours of dals and spices as cooked on flame, but with less efforts and far lesser time. Serve this amazing Puran Poli with a dollop of ghee at your next festive lunch. Here are few more festive recipes to try Rajasthani Dal Baaple Churma Recipe Nolen Chawal Bhog Recipe (Rice Pudding With Nolen Jaggery) Chettinad Kavuni Arisi Sweet Recipe (Black Rice Pudding) Ganne Ke Ras Ki Kheer Recipe
Satori Recipe (Maharashtrian Mawa Flat Bread)

Satori Recipe (Maharashtrian Mawa Flat Bread)

Tuesday, 29 November 2016 00:11

Satori is a Maharashtrian flat bread which is usually made during festivals especially during diwali. A rich delicacy made from Khoya, it has a distinctive texture, flavour and richness. Serve Satori as a sweet side dish for the festivals along with your festive meal. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Maharashtrian recipes such as Bhagar Recipe Katachi Amti Recipe Bhoplyache Gharge Recipe
Maharashtrian Gavachi Kheer Recipe (Whole Cracked Wheat Pudding)

Maharashtrian Gavachi Kheer Recipe (Whole Cracked Wheat Pudding)

Tuesday, 22 November 2016 00:20

Wheat kheer is a traditional dessert usually made for festive fares in Maharashtra called Gavachi Kheer Recipe. Traditionally the Gavachi kheer is made using whole wheat grains which needs advance preparations like soaking and pounding them. This recipe uses whole cracked wheat (wheat daliya) which does not require these preparations and also cooks faster than the whole wheat berries. Gavachi kheer is flavoured with nutmeg and saffron, you may use cardamom. You can enrich the sweet with nuts and dry fruits of your choice. Jaggery imparts its distinct, earthy sweetness to the kheer and is healthier than refined sugar. Wheat Kheer can be served hot or cold and is a great dessert to celebrate festivities with friends and family. Here are a few more festive recipes to try Aloochi Bhaji Recipe (Maharashtrian Style Colocassia Leaves Curry) Hariyali Pav Bhaji Recipe Kesar Elaichi Shrikand Recipe Red Poha & Flax Seeds Ladoo Recipe
Saoji Methi Pulao Recipe (Fenugreek Leaves Pulao Cooked In Maharashtrian Spices)

Saoji Methi Pulao Recipe (Fenugreek Leaves Pulao Cooked In Maharashtrian Spices)

Friday, 14 October 2016 00:48

Saoji Methi Pulao Recipe is the Fenugreek Leaves Pulao Cooked In Maharashtrian Spices prepared freshly called saoji masala. Saoji masala is a regional spicy masala from Vidarbha of Maharashtra, which is used in a variety of non-vegetarian recipes as well. Serve Saoji Methi Pulao Recipe with Raita or Ajwaini Tamatar Bhindi Recipe to make it a meal. If you like this recipe, explore more pulao recipes here Mixed Beans Veg Pulao Recipe Sprouted Moong And Methi Pulao Recipe Spiced Rajma Pulao Recipe (Spiced Kidney Bean Rice) Spinach and Millet Pulav Recipe
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Beans And Matki Bhaji Recipe (Maharashtrian Green Beans And Sprouted Moth Beans)

Beans And Matki Bhaji Recipe (Maharashtrian Green Beans And Sprouted Moth Beans)

Saturday, 24 September 2016 00:00

Beans and Matki Bhaji (curry) is a simple Maharashtrian style curry made using green beans and sprouted moth beans. This no-onion/garlic side dish is part of many festive fares. The simple curry is spice with Goda masala. You can add sprouted moong beans to it along with moth beans. Usually kokum syrup or dried kokum skin is used as a souring agent. You can substitute it with tamarind pulp. Beans and Matki Bhaji can be served with roti,rice or bhakri or can be served on its own as a snack topped with some fresh curd. Serve Beans And Matki Bhaji along with Phulkas and Kachumber salad for a weekday lunch or dinner. If you like this recipe, you cab also try other Vegetarian gravy recipes such as Nandru Yakhni Recipe Mullangi Curry Recipe Peanut Curry Recipe
Kokum Saar Recipe (Traditional Maharashtrian Drink Made Using Kokum)

Kokum Saar Recipe (Traditional Maharashtrian Drink Made Using Kokum)

Thursday, 22 September 2016 00:36

Kokum is diluted in water and made into a juice. Which is then warmed with jaggery and then tempered with spices in ghee to make this tangy-sweet and flavourful saar. Kokum is known to have multiple health benefits. It aids digestion and hence this Kokum saar makes for an appetizing as well as healthy drink. You can use fresh Kokum juice or preserved juice called Kokum Agal,which is easily available at most grocery stores. You can alternatively soak dried Kokum skin (Amsul) in warm water and use the water to make saar.  Serve the Kokum Saar along with hot steamed rice, topped with ghee and Beetroot Thoran for a very comforting meal. If you like Maharashtrian food, then you must try a few of our favorites. Danyachi Amti Recipe Maharashtrian Vegetable Amboli Recipe Kolhapuri Masala Recipe Maharashtrian Kanda Poha
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Lal Bhoplyacha Bharit Recipe (Red Pumpkin Raita)

Lal Bhoplyacha Bharit Recipe (Red Pumpkin Raita)

Tuesday, 20 September 2016 00:27

Lal Bhoplyache Bharit is a Maharashtrian side dish made by mixing steamed red pumpkin, curd, crushed groundnuts and is then tempered with flavourful spices. The recipe is very quick and uses simple day-to-day ingredients. This appetising raita is a great side dish even if you are fasting and is sure to win over even those who do not like pumpkin. Serve Lal Bhoplyache Bharit with roti for a light weekday lunch or with Bhagar or Sabudana Khichdi for a fasting feast or serve it with Kala Vatana Amti and Phulkas. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Maharashtrian recipes such as Zunka Recipe Maharashtrian Ghavan Recipe Bhagar Recipe  
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Upvaas Thalipeeth Recipe

Upvaas Thalipeeth Recipe

Monday, 12 September 2016 00:04

Upvaas Thalipeeth is a typical Maharashtrian pancake usually made during religious fasts. Flours of Barnyard millet (Sama, Bhagar), Amaranth (Rajgira), Sago (Sabudana), Singada (water chestnut) are mixed with grated potato and a few spices to make this delicious Thalipeeth. You can make this ahead of time and stock it in the refrigerator. This flavourful Upvaas Thalipeeth makes for a wholesome breakfast or meal not only for fasts but also on regular, non-fasting days. Serve Upvaas Thalipeeth along with Dhaniya Pudina Chutney and Boondi Raita for a perfect light dinner or breakfast. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Savory Pancake recipes such as Potato Pancakes Recipe Healthy Vegetable Multigrain Pancakes Recipe Carrot Cake Pancakes Recipe  

Menu Idea To Make This Ganesha Chaturthi Weekend Interesting

Friday, 02 September 2016 13:30

Ganesh Chaturthi is a festival celebrated nationwide with a prominent and glorious celebration in Maharashtra, Goa, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu & Gujarat. Ganesh Chaturthi is an occasion which was made popular during the Maratha Peshwa rule in Maharashtra. During Chatrapati Shivaji’s regime and later by freedom fighter Balagangadhar Tilak, Ganesh Chaturthi was used in disguise to focus Indians towards “Swaraj”.
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Bhoplyache Gharge Recipe (Maharashtrian Style Sweet Pumpkin Puris)

Bhoplyache Gharge Recipe (Maharashtrian Style Sweet Pumpkin Puris)

Thursday, 01 September 2016 00:42

Bhoplyache Gharge is a typical deep fried Maharashtrian snack made using grated red pumpkin,jaggery and wheat flour. These mildly sweet puris are very easy to make and are so tasty that they disappear quickly too. Bhoplyache Gharge Recipe (Maharashtrian style sweet Pumpkin puris) can be served as a snack or for lunch box. Bhoplyache Gharge are delicious on their own but you can also serve them with a spicy Mango Pickle or Lemon pickle. Here are few more Maharashtrian dish which you can try at your home. Maharashtrian Kakdi Thalipeeth Recipe Maharashtrian Narali Bhaat Recipe (Sweetened Coconut Rice) Maharashtrian Kanda Poha Recipe Jhunka Vadi Recipe
Kolambi Bhaath Recipe (Maharashtrian Prawn Rice)

Kolambi Bhaath Recipe (Maharashtrian Prawn Rice)

Tuesday, 30 August 2016 00:23

Kolambi Bhaath is a marathi style rice preparation with Prawns. To my mind it closely resembles tomato rice with added prawns. Cooked rice is mixed with prawns stir fried with onion and tomatoes along with some dry spices to make a delightful and yet easy lunch/dinner. Serve Kolambi Bhaath with Burani Raita, Tomato Onion Cucumber Raita or any other Raita of your choice for a perfect weekday lunch or dinner. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Prawn recipes such as Goan Prawns Balchao Prawns Coconut Curry Prawns Pulao  
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