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Chinch Gulachi Aamti | Maharashtrian Aamti recipe | Dal with tamarind and jaggery

Chinch Gulachi Aamti – a classic Maharashtrian lentils preparation. Chinch means tamarind and gul means jaggery in Marathi. Chinch Gulachi Aamti literally translates to  lentil...

Kothimbir Zunka | Corainder Zunka | How to make Kothimbir Zunka

Kothimbir Zunka – a traditional  dish from the Maharashtrian cuisine made with coriander leaves and gram flour. Zunka is a popular/staple  food of rural Maharashtra....

Padwal Chana Dal Sabzi | Snake gourd chana dal sabzi

Padwal Chana Dal Sabzi – a simple sabzi made with minimal ingredients. Padwal/snake gourd is one vegetable which I rarely cooked. But few months ago,...

Maharashtrian Festive meal | Maharashtrian festive thali

Maharashtrian Festive meal prepared on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. This thali consists of varan bhaat, batata bhaji, puri, shrikhand, vaalacha birda, bhoplyacha salachi chutney,...

Sweet Potato Sabudana Thalipeeth | Upvas Thalipeeth recipe

Sweet Potato Sabudana Thalipeeth – crispy flatbread made using sago (sabudana) and sweet potato Thalipeeth is a common Maharashtrian breakfast dish.  Sabudana thalipeeth is a...

Phodshi Pakoda | Phodshi Bhajiya

Phodshi Pakoda – delicious fritters made with the rare monsoon leafy greens called Phodshi  and moong dal. Monsoon is the time when some rare leafy...

Dadpe Pohe | Maharashtrian breakfast/snack recipe

Dadpe Pohe – a traditional Maharashtrian snack that is made with raw poha (flattened rice), onions, coconut and tempered with spices. Poha holds a special...

Tel Poli | How to make Maharashtrian Tel Poli

Tel Poli -  a variant of Puran poli made with generous amount of oil. Today, on the occasion of Holi, I am here with the...

Pithla  | Maharashtrian Pithla

Pithla –  humble, easy and quick dish from the Maharashtrian cuisine. Pithla is a staple food of rural Maharashtra and is often referred to as...

Ratalyacha Kees | Stir fried sweet potato | Shakarkand Sabzi

Ratalyacha Kees means nothing but stir-fried grated sweet potato. Sweet Potato is known as Ratalu in Marathi. This is a a traditional Maharashtrian recipe...

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