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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...

Gopalkala | Naivedya for Krishna Janmashtami

Krishna Janmashtami or Gokulashtami is the birth day of Lord Krishna and is one of the most important Hindu festivals. Hindus celebrate Janmashtami by...

Narali Bhaath | Sweet Coconut Rice

Narali Bhaath or Sweet Coconut Rice is a traditional Maharashtrian dish cooked specially on Narali Purnima , i.e. a full moon day in...

Patolyas  | Manjal Irreda Gatti | Patolis

Patolyas in Marathi, Patolis in Konkani, Manjal Irreda Gatti in Tulu (Manjal Irre = turmeric leaves and Gatti = steamed dumplings)  - different names...

Pumpkin Puris  | Kaddu ki Puri | Bhoplyache Gharge

Pumpkin Puris known as Bhoplyache Gharge in Marathi is a Maharashtrian dish made with red pumpkin, wheat flour, semolina and jaggery. In Maharashtra, Bhoplyache...

Vaatli dal | Maharashtrian Vaatli Dal

Vaatli dal, which literally means “ground dal” is a simple Maharashtrian preparation, eaten as a side dish with lunch or dinner. This can be...

Phodshi Bhaji | Phodshi Sabzi | How to cook Phodshi

Phodshi is an uncommon leafy vegetable found in Maharashtra during monsoons. It resembles grass but is broader than grass, hence it is also known...
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