Jhunka Vadi Recipe - North Karnataka/Maharashtrian Speciality

Jhunka Vadi Recipe is a traditional dish from North karnataka and Maharashtra.Besan flour is mixed with some Indian masala, onions and tempered with mustard seeds and curry leaves. It is popularly known as Pitla and is deliciously healthy. It is also a very popular travel food snack due to its long shelf life. It is sometimes served as an accompaniment with chapati or jolada roti.  It can also be served as a tea time snack and since Jhunka Vadi Hardly takes any time to prepare it is a good ...

Red Chilli Thecha - Maharashtrian Style Red Chilli Chutney Recipe

Red Chilli Thecha is a popular chutney made in most households in Maharashtra. This spicy Maharashtrian style Red chilli chutney Recipe is a classic example of a simple dish, which uses just a few day-to-day ingredients, but takes your meal to another level. There are several variations of Thecha, this one uses fresh red chillies. You can alternatively use dried red chillies soaked in warm water. Adjust the number of chillies to suit your taste or depending on how pungent or hot the chillies  ...

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Sabudana Thalipeeth Recipe - Tapioca Pearl Spicy Flat Bread

The Sabudana Thalipeeth Recipe is a delicious Maharashtrian Gluten Free flatbread that is made from tapioca pearls and spiced with green chilies, potatoes and peanuts. The addition of potatoes to the recipe, makes it soft and acts as a binder for the thalipeeth. Also note that the turmeric powder is not added to the traditional recipe. Note: If you are unable to handle the Thalipeeth Dough, you can add 3 tablespoons of whole wheat flour. This will act as a binder and help you make your thalipeeth. ...

Maharashtrian Ghavan Recipe - Rice Flour Crepes

Ghavan is a traditional breakfast recipe from Konkan region of Maharashtra. Traditionally, these are made out of brown rice flour, a pinch of salt, jeera and water to form this batter and immediately these are cooked out like dosas. But I have made it with regular rice flour as I didn’t find brown rice flour. Ghavan is similar to neer dosa Recipe from Mangalore the only difference is the variety of rice used. Ghavan is often served during festivals and is filled with coconut and jaggery to make ...

Baked Bhakarwadi Recipe

Bhakarwadi  is a very popular Maharashtrian spicy tea time snack. The origin of the Bhakarwadi actually is in Gujrat and the Gujarati Bhakarwadi is a little different than the Maharashtrian Bhakarwadi. The filling of the Bhakarwadi is made with different seeds like poppy seeds, sesame seeds mixed along with various different spices in the right portion to get the balance of the sweet, spice and tangy which is the signature flavour of a bhakarwadi.  Traditionally the Bhakarwadi is deep ...

Thecha Paniyaram Recipe

Thecha is a very popular dry chutney from the state of Maharashtra. No meal in Maharashtra is complete without a little thecha. There are various kinds of thecha that are prepared, however the basic one consists of roasted and pounded garlic, green chillies, peanuts and coriander. Kuzhi Paniyaram is a popular breakfast or snack in the SOuth and is often served with a coconut chutney or mooligai podi on the side. It is crispy on the outside and soft on the inside and is a hit among all.  Thecha ...

Dal Vangi Recipe - Spicy Lentils with Roasted Eggplant

Dal Vangi Recipe is delicious combination of fresh Brinjals and Lentils, seasoned with fresh spices making it a very comforting Maharashtrian dish. Simple pantry ingredients and fresh seasonal Brinjals is all that takes to make this Dal Vangi Recipe. Special Maharashtrian Goda Masala is added to lift the flavours in this dish. Serve the Dal Vangi Recipe along with hot Steamed Rice , a dollop of ghee and some papad on the side or pair it with Bhakri to make a wholesome meal for the busy weeknight ...

Ukadpendi Recipe - Maharashtrian Style Spiced Rice Flour Porridge

Ukadpendi is a rustic Maharashtrian style spiced Rice flour porridge, usually served for breakfast. Ukad in Marathi means ‘to boil’ .Ukadpendi is made by boiling rice flour in a mixture of water and buttermilk. The buttermilk adds a nice tang to the spiced porridge. You can also use Wheat,Jowar,Ragi flour instead of Rice flour.Traditionally groundnuts and a drizzle of groundnut oil is used as garnish. You can otherwise garnish it with coriander leaves. Serve a warm bowl of Ukadpendi for a hearty ...

Maharashtrian Green Chilli Thecha Recipe

Maharashtrian Green Chilli Thecha Recipe is an exciting side dish had along with many of the Maharashtrian thalipeeth. The spicy green chilli and the pungent garlic is coarsely ground and tempered with mustard seeds, hing to give it a spicy chatpata taste. You can make this in small batch and store it in your refrigerator for later use as well. The Thecha might be quiet fiery to taste but it goes very well with a nice hot Bajra Roti or Jowar Bhakri. Serve the Maharashtrian Green Chilli Thecha Recipe ...

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Masala Jowar Bhakri Recipe

Masala Jowar Bhakri Recipe is made from Jowar, a millet variety that is gluten free. Jowar Bhakri is a traditional breakfast that is popular in Maharashtra and parts of Karnataka. It is popularly called farmer's breakfast. The Bhakri dough is shaped using hand which requires little skill and practice. Instead of shaping the bhakri directly on the tava, you can grease a banana leaf or parchment paper and shape them. Invert the dough side on to the hot tawa and slowly remove the banana leaf/parchment ...

Masala Pav Recipe With Cheese

Masala Pav Recipe is a delicious Mumbai street food which is essentially a soft pav and delicious vegetable mishmash within, served topped with lots of sev and cheese.  Soft, buttered warm pavs, chatpata masala, green chutney and sweet chutney and the crunchy onions and sev, is an absolute burst of flavours in your mouth.  Serve this lip smacking masala pav for an evening snack or at a chaat party or simply high tea.  Serve Masala Pav Recipe With Cheese along with an evening Masala ...

Maharashtrian Kakdi Thalipeeth Recipe - Spiced Cucumber Flat Bread

The Maharashtrian Kakdi Thalipeeth Recipe is a wholesome dish that is made from cucumbers, whole wheat flour and spices. The addition of coriander and green chilies make this Thalipeeth a perfect addition for breakfast or even for dinner when you serve it along with a sabzi. Thalipeeth is a slightly crispy Indian bread and it goes well with a dollop of home made butter too. You can even serve it for dinner if you like but traditionally it is had for breakfast. Serve the Maharashtrian Kakdi ...

मालवानी मसाला पाउडर रेसिपी - Malvani Masala Powder Recipe

मालवानी मसाला पाउडर रेसिपी एक प्रसिद्ध पाउडर रेसिपी है जिसे महाराष्ट्र के मालवां में बनाया जाता है. इसे गरम मसाले की तरह प्रयोग किया जाता है. आप इसे अपनी ग्रेवी या पुलाव में इसका प्रयोग कर सकते है.  अगर आपको यह रेसिपी पसंद आई हो तो, आप यह भी बना सकते है  धंसक मसाला पाउडर रेसिपी अचारी मसाला पाउडर रेसिपी चेट्टिनाड मसाला पाउडर रेसिपी    

Arbi Ke Patte Ke Pakode - Colocasia Leaf Rolls Recipe

Arbi Ke Patte Ke Pakode are the deep fried rolls made from colocasia (taro) leaves. Crispy and delicious, they are an ideal snack for Monsoons. They are known with different names in different part of India like Alu Wadi, Arbi Patra, Patyod etc. Though the process of making Arbi Ke Patte Ke Pakode might seem a bit lengthy the steps are easy to follow and the effort is worth it. Apart from the taste colocasia leaves are also high in vitamin and antioxidant. They prevent many diseases and are ...

Gilka Bhajji Recipe-Silk Squash Fritters

Slices of Gilka are dipped in a spicy chickpea flour batter and then deep fried to make these sinful Gilka Bhajji Recipe. They are typically made in most Maharashtrian households for a tea time snack or as an accompaniment with Rice-Dal or Kadhi. Carom seeds (Ajwain) not only add flavor but also aid smooth digestion. Gilka Bhajji are addictive and are sure to please even those, who are not very fond of silk gourd/Chinese bitter melon. You can also use Ridge Gourd (Dodka/Turai) instead of Gilka. ...

Maharashtrian Tandulachi Ukad Recipe - Rice Flour And Buttermilk Porridge

Maharashtrian Tandulachi Ukad Recipe  which is a simple Rice Flour And Buttermilk Porridge, is a breakfast porridge that everyone would love to try. It is healthy and at the same time so comforting to be had with a cup of hot tea. The porridge is also considered as baby foods, as they have subtle flavors and not much spice powders are used in the dish. You can reduce the usage of green chilli, ginger and curry leaves if you are serving it to babies. Serve the Maharashtrian Tandulachi ...

Easy Sabudana Vada With Arrowroot Powder Recipe

Easy Sabudana Vada With Arrowroot Powder Recipe is a quick snack and appetizer to make. It is a regular Maharashtrian snack that needs no time to make but the sabudana has to be soaked before prepping. Make sure you do not soak the sabudana beyond proposed time of 5 hours. Serve Easy Sabudana Vada With Arrowroot Powder Recipe can with Green Coriander and Coconut Chutney Recipe and Masala Chai  as an evening snack. If you like this recipe, try more recipes like Aloo Vada- ...

Mulyachi Bhaji Recipe - Goan Style Mooli Ki Sabzi

Mulyachi Bhaji is a dry sabzi prepared using mooli, popular in Maharashtra and Goa served for lunch or dinner. Mooli also known as radish is a healthy vegetables which many of us do not use because of the smell that it releases. Mooli detoxify our body, controls blood pressure, increases immunity, good for skin , helps to control damage in red blood cells and it is  rich in vitamin C, fiber, folic acid, and flavonoids . This is very easy to make and hardly takes any time to cook and therefore ...

Matar Chi Usal Recipe - Green Peas In A Onion Tomato Gravy

Matar Chi Usal as said in Marathi language, means Green Peas Vegetable Curry. Green Peas, one of my most favourite vegetables, were previously available only during the winters. I remember my mom making all the different varieties of green peas dishes during that period. Matar usal, Maatar patal bhaji, Matar pattice, etc. Matar Chi Usal Recipe is a delicious gravy recipe which is easy to make and thus you can make it for your everyday lunch or dinner. Did you know: Green Peas are the immature seeds ...

Maharashtrian Style Patichya Kandyachi Zunka Recipe -Spring Onions and Besan Sabzi

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. Maharashtrian Style Patichya Kandyachi Zunka Recipe -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 ...

Maharashtrian Style Bhogichi Bhaji Recipe - Mixed Vegetable Curry

Bhogi falls a day prior to Makar Sankranti. This festival is celebrated in the Month of January. This is the time we get many fresh winter vegetables like different types of vaal beans, brinjals, etc. in the market. Throughout India, this day is celebrated by different communities in their own ways and with their own special dishes. In Maharashtra, it is on this day that Bhogichi Bhaji is prepared by many households and relished with Bhakris. But, each region here has its own version of this particular ...

महाराष्ट्रियन कढ़ी रेसिपी - Maharashtrian Kadhi Recipe

महाराष्ट्रियन कढ़ी रेसिपी एक क्रीमी दही की करी है जिसमे दही को बेसन के साथ पकाया जाता है. यह कढ़ी गर्मियों के दिनों में लिए पर्याप्त है क्यूंकि यह गर्मी से राहत देती है. अलग अलग राज्य में कढ़ी बनाई ...

Karlyachi Ambat Goad Bhaji Recipe - Maharashtrian Sweet & Sour Karela Sabzi

Kaarlyachi Aambat Goad Bhaaji is a Maharashtrian Bitter Gourd Sweet And Sour Curry that is extremely healthy and simple to make.  This sabzi makes use of the least number of spices, and uses an extremely nutritious vegetable-bitter gourd, In spite of which it tastes absolutely delicious. . Did you know: Bitter Gourd contains important nutrients like iron, magnesium, potassium, vitamin C,  It is an excellent source of dietary fibre and contains twice the calcium of spinach, ...

Maharashtrian Style Farasbi Chi Bhaji Recipe - Beans Cooked With Peanuts

Maharashtrian Style Farasbi Chi Bhaji Recipe, a simple recipe made from French Beans that is made in every Maharashtrian household. Very nutritious and simple to make, you can pack it in your everyday Lunch Box too.  Here, the beans are cooked in mild goda masala and then tossed with roasted peanut powder to give it a nutty taste. Did You Know - Farasbi are nothing but French Beans in Marathi. French Beans have many health benefits. It has the highest amount of chlorophyll, which blocks the ...

     
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