Shrikhand is one of the easiest Maharashtrian dessert and easy to make. Eat it with Pooris or chapati for best experience.
Misal is a mix of all things tasty and good. This is the traditional and detailed recipe that can be made for potlucks and parties
Bharli Vangi (stuffed eggplants) is one of the traditional recipes which has a rich creamy peanut sauce and all the earthy flavors of Indian spices. This spicy and creamy sabzi tastes best when paired with rotis.
Green Moong curry is one pot meal that can happen in just 30 mins. The curry that nourishes the soul and is absolutely filling and you don’t even need to soak it for a day or wait for it to sprout.
Ukadlelya batatyachi bhaaji-Boiled Potato bhaaji is usually made on festivals and can be paired with puffy pooris. This recipe is no onion no garlic version
Creamy red lentil curry with cauliflower is one pot curry that can be made in minutes. Just stir in all the ingredients and pressure cook for 10 mins or medium flame and you are sorted for the day.
Shev tomato bhaaji is the spicy curry that you would like to eat along with rotis on a cold day. The crunchy shev and the tomato curry makes your palate burst with flavors and textures.