Category: Maharashtrian Recipes

Dry Fruit Basundi | Traditional Basundi

Dry Fruit Basundi | Traditional Basundi

Dry Fruit Basundi | Traditional Basundi is a very popular and delicious dessert made in Gujarat and Maharashtra. It has the most creamy texture due to slow cooking milk for hours. A variety of dry fruits are added to give the creamy dessert a lovely texture. This is one of the easies ... Read More

Shankarpali recipe | Sweet Shakarpara recipe

Shankarpali recipe | Sweet Shakarpara recipe

Shankarpali recipe | Sweet Shakarpara recipe is a popular snack that is made during various festivals like Diwali or Holi. You can even make these for everyday munching snacks. They are mildly sweet, crispy, flaky and so addictive! Since these need just a few basic pantry essentials, ... Read More

Poha Chivda recipe | Poha Mixture recipe

Poha Chivda recipe | Poha Mixture recipe

Poha Chivda recipe | Poha Mixture recipe is a yummy, sweet, and spicy snack. It has many textures and flavors which makes it so delicious! We will be making this snack with simple ingredients and just a little bit of oil instead of deep-frying to make it lighter and non-greasyRead More

Ukadiche Modak | Traditional Steamed Modak

Ganesh Chaturthi is just around the corner and Ukadiche Modak | Traditional Steamed Modak is Ganeshji’s all-time favorite sweet so I thought I’ll share my quick and easy version with everyone here 🙂 It is traditionally made for the feast on the first day of the ... Read More

Kesar Mawa Modak | Gluten free Saffron Fudge

Kesar Mawa Modak | Gluten free Saffron Fudge is rich, creamy and delicious Indian sweet that has a great texture. It is absolutely melt in the mouth good and very addictive ;P 

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Bharli Vangi | Maharashtrian Style Stuffed Brinjal

Bharli Vangi | Maharashtrian Style Stuffed Brinjals are very popular in Maharashtra. They are a traditional preparation and have a very delicious, spicy flavor 🙂 Small, soft brinjals are stuffed with a coconut based stuffing and then cooked in the semi dry gravy.

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Kolhapuri Misal Pav | How to make Misal Pav

Kolhapuri Misal Pav | How to make Misal Pav is one of my favorite snacks or quick fix meals. It is super spicy, has a ton of texture and every bite is full of flavor. I am sharing an easy recipe to make this at home using sprouted legumes. 

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How to make Chutney for Chaat and Sev Puri

How to make Chutney for Chaat and Sev Puri

Learn How to make Chutney for Chaat and Sev Puri at home with everyday ingredients and enjoy a variety of lip-smacking street food at home! These chutneys are mouthwatering and are a must for making any chaat 🙂

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Kothmir Wadi | Kothambir Wadi – Maharashtrian Delicacy

I am a proper Mumbai (Bombay) girl…born, raised, educated, worked and then married in Mumbai….when I say home, I always mean Mumbai❤….and saying that obviously means I love…just lurrvvvveeee my Mumbaiya (meaning typical) street food and snacks! The hubby and I visit eve ... Read More

Shakarpara | Khurma

I can’t imagine a Diwali without any Khurma (as we call it up North) or Shakarpara (little chunks of pastry dough flash fried and turned crisp, then cooled and dunked into a thick sugar syrup…to make these melt in the mouth sweet bites!)….I am sure your are salivating as yo ... Read More

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