TOP 5 MAHARASTRIAN FOOD YOU MUST TRY

You haven’t tried any Maharashtrian dish till now? Ohh you must! What are you waiting for, here are some Maharashtrian foods for you, try these absolutely delicious Maharashtrian dishes and experience the cuisine in all its glory!

What comes in your mind when you think about Maharashtrian food, Mumbai’s famous Vadapao, Misal Pav from Pune, Kolhapur’s Tambda Rassa and many more. From Misal pav to Aamti to Bhelpuri, each one of them is a gem. So here are some famous and extremely tasty Maharashtrian foods for you.

1. Zunka Bhakar

Zunka Bhakar is a traditional meal of Maharashtrian people. It’s a meal of poor, who can’t afford any food, Zunka Bhakar is like a blessing for them. Every Maharashtrian loves Zunka Bhakar. Zunka is made with besan paste and served with bajra or jwari roti which is called as Bhakar.

2. Puran Poli

Puran Poli is like festival food for all Maharashtrian out there, its specifically made during all festivals like Diwali, Gudi Padwa even on birthdays Maharashtrians made Puran Poli. Made with gram flour and stuffed with sweet mixture of dal, this Maharashtrian bread is a sweet delight for your taste buds.

If you love sweets you should definitely try Puran Poli!

3. Misal Pav

Misal Pav is basically for breakfast but, you can had it anytime it’s a meal that can be had at any time of the day. If you are living in a Pune and you still haven’t tried Misal Pav then, what are you waiting for, you must try this out today!!

Misal Pav is made with potatoes, hot masalas and team up with bread to create a perfect, Maharashtrian meal.

4. Kandepohe

A famous Maharashtrian breakfast. For Maharashtrians Kandepohe with Chaha (tea) is like heaven. If we have any guests or any marriage proposal meeting exists, we Maharashtrians first made kandepohe, it’s like compulsory.

5. Modak

Modak, the favourite meal of Ganeshji, it’s specially made on Ganesh Chaturthi, Modaks are now made in many parts of the country as well. Sweet flour dumplings stuffed with coconut, jaggery, nutmeg and saffron.