Chivda or poha chivda is a Maharashtrian savory snack. It consists of fried or roasted puffed rice mildly spiced and flavored with curry leaves and coconut. The poha or aval is mixed with other pulses such as peanuts, cashews and gram to give a salty and crunchy snack that goes beautifully with evening tea.
Deep fried rice flatbreads.
The sabudana bhel is an interesting take on the classic bhel. Instead of the rice puffs, the sabudana bhel uses boiled and lightly roasted sago. What makes the sabudana bhel all the more drool-worthy is the flavor and texture that the sago imparts. Use this recipe to whip up a quick, easy and delicious sabudana bhel for an evening snack.
A hardcore Marathi staple, the Matki Amti is a curry dish with sprouts as the main ingredient. We’ve seen how to make a sprouts korma and this one is similar only lighter and made with sprouted moth beans (matki) instead of green gram. The dish comprises of boiled sprouts immersed in a mildly spiced (with Goda Masala) somewhat watery curry.
Moong – a.k.a. whole green gram – sprouts are easily one of the healthiest pulses in your kitchen. The pulses provide you with the best of nutrients and can be revved up to make some exotic preparations.
Rice has its way with different cultures and cuisines. The same grain can be had as biryani, risotto, paella and this delicious tendli bhaat that we are going to make. Tendli – also known as baby watermelon, ivy gourd, kovakka and kundru – is essentially a tropical vine consumed in various form all over the globe.
Bharli Bhendi Recipe with step by step – stuffed okra or bhindi with a spiced coconut-peanut filling.
These sweet sabudana ladoos will be the perfect dessert for any meal!
Name the spice, choose your flavour, and you will find it in this bhaji. A traditional Maharashtrian favourite, the Batata Tomato Rassa Bhaji revolves around an intense paste of assorted spices, onions and coconut, which makes it super-tasty! Although the ingredient list is long, this dish is not as complex as it seems because the paste can be prepared in advance and frozen. Once you have that ready, you can prepare this delectable accompaniment on even the busiest of days because it requires just potatoes and tomatoes, which are always available in the larder! Plus, this ever-popular combination of veggies is bound to be enjoyed by the whole family, so this would be a one-dish-pleases-all option!
colocasia leaves gravy recipe with step by step – Tangy and sweet bhaji made with colocasia leaves. also called as alu chi patal bhaji. a really good recipe from the maharashtrian cuisine.