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Maharashtrian-style Dadpe Pohe
For every Maharashtrian, Dadpe Pohe brings back fond memories of their mother! A very easy and simple Maharashtrian snack but in most homes it is also eaten as a breakfast. This is a no- cook Dadpe Pohe recipe and does not need the flaked rice to be soaked... - 135.988
Diwali Bhajani Chakli
For most Indians, the Chakli is crunchy tea-time snack. Yes, they love it and so will you. Though this snackk can be made throughout the year, it is a Diwali staple. Madhura in this video is making the Chaklis with the flavorsome ajwain seeds. Enjoy. - 130.464
Indian Vada Pav
This Indian vada pav is as popular in India as a hamburger in the USA. But the best thing about this recipe is that it is way too easy to make than a burger and it is delightfully delicious. Watch the video and give it a try and it will warm your belly and... - 128.12
Ragda Petis - Potato Patties With Gravy
1. In a bowl, add the boiled potatoes and mash well using a potato masher.
2. Add in the cumin powder, turmeric powder, amchoor powder, green chilli paste, salt, coriander leaves, mint leaves, cornstarch and chickpea flour. Mix well and combine into a... - 122.853
Crispy Onion Pakoras
Crispy Onion Fritters to enjoy on a rainy day with a cup of chai! Onion bhajis are a delicious and spicy pakora, perfect with a red or green chutney. This is a simple recipe to make your own mouth watering onion bhajis at home. They also make a wonderful... - 122.226
Spicy Pav Bhaji
Chefs has an entertaining Indian snack cum meal in the menu. Pav Bhaji is a combination of spicy mixed vegetable curry served with buttered pan grilled pav or bun. Highly recommended for small evening get togethers or family gathering. - 122.184
Indian Dabeli Pao
Mumbai is famous for its roadside snacks and Indian dabeli pao simply rules the streets of western India. Watch this video to find out how you can have an Indian street snack party at your home in no time. It is a healthy and heart warming dish and can easily... - 121.226
Crunchy Papdi Chaat
If you love some of the crunchy Indian savory snacks, then you should try out this recipe from Manjula's kitchen. There are many versions of the Papdi Chaat, and let's just say that in this video, you will find her version of the Papdi Chaat. Pretty tasty... - 120.539
Indian Dahi Batata Puri
Another great snack from the subcontinent- Indian Dahi Batata Puri. This dish is famous all over Indian, but is know by different names. This video shows the popular Mumbai version. Watch it and enjoy, this classic snack at home. - 117.449
Maharashtrian Vada Pav
Vada Pav, bas nam hi kafi hain ;) an awesome snack from Mumbai, which is goes just well during heavy rain. This is very tasty, filling and yummy snack to have at any time, anywhere and any number of times :) - 115.677
Maharashtrian Style Khandvi
Surali vadi is nothing but Maharashtrian version of Khandvi. Its great snacks that can be prepared quickly and is good appetezier for parties or pot lucks. So try out this wonderful recipe!!! - 113.121
Spicy Sabudana Vada
If you love to munch on Indian snacks and want to reproduce the same taste in your kitchen, then here is another special choice of Indian snacks. The sabudana vada or tapioca balls are most popular in the city of Mumbai and around. Pair these snacks with hot... - 111.896
Bhakarwadi [healthier Version]
For the dough:
1. In a bowl sift the two flours together into and combine all the other dry ingredients.
2. Mix oil and water and knead into fairly hard and smooth dough.
3. Cover it and place aside to rest for 15-20 minutes.
For the... - 108.046
1. Take a cup of pumpkin puree in a microwave safe bowl, add grated jaggery (gul) and mix well.
2. Now put that in microwave and cook for 2 minutes over high power.
3. Now take the bowl out, mix and cook for 2 to 3 more minutes.
4. Mix well adding... - 107.832
Nice and crispy fritters prepared with abundant of fresh Coriander Leaves. Here's the recipes that serves as a side dish or even with Garmagarm Chai in the evening. - 107.734
1. Preheat oil in a microwave safe bowl for 2 to 3 minutes.
2. In hot oil mix well adding mustard seeds, cumin seeds, curry leaves and sliced garlic.
3. Put the bowl in microwave, cook for 2 minutes and mix in raw peanuts.
4. Microwave... - 105.81
Indian Sabudana Thalipeeth
This is a slight variation to sabudana vada. During childhood we used to eagerly waiting for fasting days, so that we can relish on these Fasting Food delicacies - 105.79
Masala Puri (tikhat Puri)
Breakfast and snacks in India are no less spicy and flavorful refreshingly tasty. Check out chef Madhura showing how to make Masala Puri with puris or whole wheat deep fried small flatbreads with masala mix or spicy mixture. Great evening snack! - 104.555
Want a quick munch for the entire family or a small gathering of friends? Here is a simple yet delicious recipe by Chef Manjula, its masala peanuts. These are plain peanuts jazzed up in Indian style with a gram flour coating. Although it is a simple recipe,... - 97.6188
Chewda ( Chuduva, A Snack ) Making Made Easier
Chivda makes such a delicious and easy family snack to be enjoyed with tea. There are so many varieties of chivda, but this recipe shows us how to make one of the most popular and loved version typically made in Maharashtrian homes, It is a spicy poha... - 96.6993
Sabudana Vada/wada - Maharashtrian
All those who like eating Indian snacks, should definitely try this out. It is an easy snack to make. The Chef makes Sabudana Vada in the video, which is a famous snack in Maharashtra. - 95.1825
Shankarpali in Marathi is a snack popular in Maharashtra India, and elsewhere among ethnic Maharashtrian populations. Shankarpali is traditionally enjoyed as a treat on the Diwali holiday. . It is also very popular snack amongst the gujarati community in... - 40.5392
Chakli -- of maharashtrian origin is a common snack in most of the Indian festivals. - 38.3289
Kothimbir Chi Vadi
These delicious and savory pan-fried cilantro cakes are perfect for appetizers when entertaining or even during tea time as snacks. - 37.0268
Baked Shankarpale is a lip smacking evening snack.Generally they are traditionally cooked by deep-frying them in oil. I tried out this healthy way of cooking this recipe.It turned wonders! - 31.3698
Kanda Bhaji is my all time favorite, specially during rainy season. A cup of tea with hot kanda bhaji during this season is absolutely amazing.Give it a try! - 29.4696
Maharashtrian Alu Wadi
Alu wadi is a delicious and healthy snack. It is rare to find taro leaves in store, but when I get , I buy a bunch of it. Generally, when I have relatives at my place I make this quick snack for them and they relish it a lot! - 29.3367
Maharashtrian Suralichi Vadi
If you are searching for a delicious Indian recipe? Give a try for ,Suralichi Vadi,which is a very tasty nutritious dish.In Maharashtra this dish is one of the most popular one! - 28.1048
Pohyache Wade is a dish which very few people are aware of. I learned from my mom , she used to make this when my friends used to visit me. When served hot it tastes amazing! - 25.4586
Beetroot Che Wade
If you need any quick snack for kids hit on beetroot che wade recipe!This dish is very healthy for kids.When i used to go to school i used to pack it in my tiffin box and now i do the same for my son.Even you might do the same! - 23.9499
Peanut Laddu can be eaten both during snack and also as a dessert.With a combination of coconut in the dish, it gives a great flavor to the same.Also it is very healthy and gives lot of energy. - 23.2118
If you want to use the leftover chappati click on the recipe below. I generally make Chappati Laddu when i have a few chappaties left of morning lunch.Mixture of jaggery and ghee makes this laddu awesome!You can also add a few poppy seed and edible gum... - 0
This Maharashtrian snack is made of beaten rice, which is more commonly known as Nylon Poha. It is a quick and easy-to-make snack that can be prepared in large quantities and stored in an air tight container for future use. - 0
My Favorite Karva Chauth Dish- Pav Bhaji
This is a popular Indian snack, having its origin in Maharashtra, now popular in almost all parts of the country. The dish consists of pav (savory bread buns) and bhaji (vegetable based dish), served during snack time, with the bhaji served slightly citric... - 0
Recipe for the Maharashtrian popular street food Pav Bhaji. - 0
Misal Pav - Latest Easy Version
Misal Pav is a delectable marathi dish which makes a great breakfast or brunch. Its a nice combination of curry with farsan served with bread. A must try this Authentic Maharashtrian recipe. - 0