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Matar Usal (Green Peas Usal)

Usal is a Marathi word that represents a gravy preparation of pulses in Maharashtrian cuisine. Typically matar usal is eaten with pav or bread. Green Peas are wonderfully healthy. 429 more words


Shruti Haasan flaunts Nauvari Sari for Gabbar is Back!

As mentioned earlier we will be seeing Shruti Haasan play a Maharashtrian character for the very first time and surely she does look like in this traditional attire of a… 50 more words

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Vada pav

Who doesn’t know vada pav… a famous and yummy street food from Maharashtra, specially from Mumbai.
Vada is the potato fritters which is made using boiled potatoes, spices coated with gram flour batter, and deep fried. 327 more words



All the family recipes are such a treasure. I always wanted to have a diary as a keep sake with all the recipes passed down in the family. 227 more words

Maharashtrian Food

Dill leaves sabji/Shepuchi bhaji

Dill leaves/Shepuchi bhaji is one of the healthiest food.
It is packed with many benefacial nutrients, It is anti-oxidents. It has no cholesterol and low in calories. 300 more words


aaloo ka halwa/Batatyacha shira


 This dish is rich in taste, specially for fasting people :), perfect for Navratri season

4-5 small potatoes(approx.. 250-300 gm)
3-4 Tbsp sugar (or as per your taste) 120 more words


Fiery Misal Pav

New York for Hotdogs & Pulled Pork, Belgium for Fries and Mayo, England for Fish & Chips, Italy for Gelato & Araccini, Mexico for Tostadas, Peru for Ceviche, Spain for Churros, Singapore for Chilly Crab, Poland for Pierogi, Korea for Gimbap and India for Bhel Puri, Pani Puri, Wada Pav , Misal Pav, Pav Bhaji, Bhruji Pav, Kheema Pav, Kachori, Aloo Chaat, Chole Kulcha and the list is endless…… but somehow the global Indian seems to have forgotten that India is truly Incredible when it comes to variety of food! 647 more words