Maharashtra is one of the largest states in India and its capital is a metropolitan city like Mumbai. The diversity in the people and the lifestyles is apparent in the wide mix of food it has to offer! You can get to sample food from all over the world here at the same time be blown away by the traditional culinary delights of this great culture. Spicy non vegetarian Kolhapuri curries, exotic vegetarian recipes from the Brahmin community and the exciting seafood classics from the Konkan coast along with an array of breads, rice preparations and not to forget sweets! Maharashtrian cuisine has something to offer for everyone and you can find all these recipes on sanjeevkapoor.com. Here is a little glimpse of them to get you started.
They are spiced gram flour and coriander cakes that are first steamed and then fried till they are crisp outside but still remain soft inside. So delicious that you can eat them for breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner – along with some sweetened yogurt or red garlic chutney or both.
Slices of king fish locally known as surmai marinated in a simple spice mix, coated with rice flour and shallow fried. You can devour this perfectly cooked fish with its crunchy coating as a just like that with a wedge of lime or along with a classic varan bhaat combo.
A traditional Marathi goda masala is tossed with a few whole spices, brinjal and ivy gourd and topped with fresh grated coconut and coriander. This one is full of flavours and makes a great meal in itself.