Pithla – No Onion No Garlic | Maharashtrian Pithla

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173SharesPithla is a traditional Maharashtrian Curry made up of Besan (gram flour) and onions. Pithla is a vegan and gluten-free dish and is popularly served with Bhakri (flatbread) along with thecha (green chilli chutney) and raw onion. Pithla is an authentic Maharashtrian dish from the west coast region of India. Making pithla is super easy … Read more

Upvasachi Ratalyachi Bhaji | Sweet Potato Sabji-Fast/Vrat

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120SharesRatalyachi Bhaji / Sweet Potato Vegetable is a popular Indian Fasting / Vrat / Upvas recipe made with ratala (also known as sweet potato), roasted peanut powder & some herbs. This is a vegetarian, gluten-free, no onion no garlic recipe. Ratala in English means Sweet Potato, Bhaji means Indian vegetable preparation and Upvas means Fasting. … Read more

Methi Chi Patal Bhaji – Maharashtrian Style | Methi Saag Without Onion & Garlic

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24SharesMethi chi patal bhaji (Fenugreek Curry) is a typical Maharashtrian curry preparation in which cooked methi leaves (Fenugreek leaves) are combined with besan (gram flour) along with basic minimal spices which are then tempered with mustard or cumin seeds. Methi in English means Fenugreek and besan means gram flour. Methi chi patal bhaji (fenugreek curry) … Read more