10 Most Loved Dishes From Maharashtra

Vaalache Birde Also known as Dalimbi usal. Mild sweetness from the coconut, little spice from the green chillies, burst of flavours from fresh coriander leaves & garlic and very mild bitterness from the field beans. 

Kande Pohe A classic healthy iron-rich vegan breakfast recipe. Making kande pohe is very easy and quick

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

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. 

Kothimbir Vadi Kothimbir vadi is a Maharashtrian delicacy made with coriander leaves and gram flour infused with spices and herbs. This is a vegan snack recipe.

Dadpe Pohe A delicious No Cook Maharashtrian breakfast recipe made with a thin variety of poha tossed with fresh coconut along with herbs & spices.

Vaalachi Khichadi (Dalimbi Bhaat) This is a delicious protein-rich vegan recipe infused with earthy spices & herbs. 

Sabudana Khichdi Soft tender sabudana pearls are tossed along with potatoes then coated with crunchy peanut powder. Very basic spices and herbs are used for tempering this khichdi. This is a gluten free recipe 

Bharli Bhendi (Stuffed Bhindi) Stuffed with aromatic blend of spices, this stuffed okra is served best as a snack or as a side dish with meals. Spicy, tangy & little sweet. This recipe is super addictive

Tondli Masale Bhaat A traditional Maharashtrian delicacy made with tendli / ivy gourd infused with aromatic spices.

Ambadi Patal Bhaji A flavourful garlicky tangy patal bhaji (curry) made with fresh ambadi leaves (gongura) along with besan and jaggery.