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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...

Stuffed Ivy gourds | Bharli Tondli

Stuffed Ivy gourds / Bharli Tondli – a classic dish from the Maharashtrian cuisine. Maharashtrian cuisine has some traditional recipes for stuffed vegetables - Bharli...

Masale Bhaat | Maharashtrian Masala Bhaat

Masale bhaat is a traditional Maharashtrian rice preparation.  Rice is cooked with vegetables and masalas (spice powder). I have given below the recipe for...

Stuffed Brinjal | Bharli Vaangi

Stuffed Brinjal / Bharli Vaangi - an authentic Maharashtrian dish. Brinjals are not liked by many. But, this is a must try recipe for even...

Vaalachi Khichdi | Maharashtrian Field Beans Khichdi

Vaalachi Khichdi  - a flavourful khichdi from the Maharashtrian cuisine made with lima beans/field beans/vaal and rice. Khichdi  is the soul food of India. Every...

Ninaav | A traditional CKP dessert

Ninaav is a traditional sweet made by the Maharashtrian CKP community during the end of Shravan month. Ninaav literally means ‘one that does not...

Mango Sheera

Sheera or suji ka halwa is a simple, delicious dessert made from rava, milk and sugar. As dessert or breakfast dish or as prasad...

Churma Laddoo | How to make Churma Laddoos

Churma Laddoo - Healthy delicious laddoos made with wholewheat flour and jaggery. Ganesh Chaturthi, one of the prominent Indian festivals is here. It is celebrated...
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