10 Easy Traditional Popular Maharashtrian Recipes To Try

Vangyacha Bharit (Baingan Bharta) A traditional Maharashtrian recipe made with big purple eggplants roasted on direct flame for a nice unique smokey flavour. 

Spring Onion Pithla  Spring onion pithla or as we call kandyacha paticha pithla is infused with garlic, onions, coriander leaves and spices. This pithla tastes delicious and goes well with jowar bhakri and rice.

Bharli Vangi (Bharwa Baingan) A traditional Maharashtrian recipe full of aromatic flavours made using goda masala, jaggery and peanuts!

Vaalache Birde This recipe is also popularly known as Dalimbi chi usal or Vaal Usal and is one of the traditional Maharashtrian recipes. The sprouts used are known as kadve vaal.

Matki Chi Usal A protein-rich recipe made with nutritious legumes. This is an easy and simple recipe that goes well with flatbreads and rice. 

Sabudana Thalipeeth Sabudana thalipeeth is a popular Indian flatbread made with sabudana pearls also known as sago pearls (tapioca pearls). This is a gluten-free, no onion no garlic, fasting /vrat /upvas recipe.

Tondli Masale Bhaat Tondli cha bhaat is a traditional Maharashtrian delicacy served in weddings, thread ceremonies or gatherings, or any special occasions.This recipe is quite similar to Masale bhat .

Lal Bhopla Gharge Lal bhoplyache gharge / sweet pumpkin poori is a traditional Maharashtrian snack recipe that is deep-fried in oil and served as it is or with spicy curries and vegetables.

Dalimbi Khichadi This is a delicious protein-rich vegan recipe infused with earthy spices & herbs. This incredible flavourful hearty one-pot meal is super comforting and filling.

Ambadi Chi Patal Bhaji A flavourful garlicky tangy patal bhaji (curry) made with fresh ambadi leaves along with besan and jaggery. A healthy & nutritional green leafy that taste delicious with rice or roti.