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Maharashtrian Regional Style Recipes: Page 4 of 5

Sabudana Upma

This dishes are very popular in Maharashtra for breakfast and during fasting times.
Sabudana Upma
Mhadya

Mhadya is a Maharashtra recipes is one of the major peanut producer. This made mainly tastes best with freshly plucked groundnuts from the bushes but it can be made with soaked peanuts.
Mhadya
Masala Doodh

This recipe made out of cauliflower, broccoli, carrots and green beans, but you can use any of your favorites. The vegetables are stir fried with tomato puree.
Masala Doodh
Dill Pumpkin Leaves Bhaji

Dill Pumpkin Leaves Bhaji, flavored with aromatic garlic, rice and toor dal. This dish usually prepare for festival.
Dill Pumpkin Leaves Bhaji
Cracked Wheat Sanja With Jaggery

Cracked Wheat Sanja with Jaggery. Sanja sweetened with jaggery, it really very good recipes for festival.
Cracked Wheat Sanja With Jaggery
Bread Burfi

Bread burfi is same as coconut burfi but here adding soaked bread crumbs in milk for 10 minutes.
Bread Burfi
Rajma Paratha

Rajmah Paratha are basically boiled rajma or kidney beans stuffed; which make for a healthy and tasty paratha.
Rajma Paratha
Kadhi With Pakoda

Kadhi is a yogurt based gravy and pakoda is gram flour dumpling that is spiced up with spices and deep fried. It tastes great with boiled rice or just as it is as a soup.
Kadhi With Pakoda
Upasachi Chutney

Upasachi chutney is very good sides for all your fasting snacks. It goes very well with Sabudana vada, Sabudana thalpeeth.
Upasachi Chutney