In Marathi, “jhat pat” means quickly and my Jhat Pat Shrimp Pulao is exactly that! This simple shrimp & rice dish is the absolute perfect recipe for a quick, one-pot weeknight meal. It even works well for entertaining those last minute dinner guests. So try making this dish soon :-)
Indians just love to celebrate their festivals & in my house, no celebration is complete without Puran Poli. Puran Poli is a typical Maharshtrian sweetened flatbread that is stuffed with a sweet dal (lentil) filling. It is incredibly melt-in-your-mouth delicious & a personal favorite. Try it today!
One of my favorite Maharashtrian recipes - this simple eggplant & dal dish is loaded with yummy, complex flavors! In just one bite, you will taste spicy along with sour & a subtle sweetness as well. Just serve with warm phulkas (flatbreads) & fragrant Basmati rice for a delicious & healthy meal.
Who can resist the aroma of freshly baked bread? I know that making your own bread sounds a bit intimidating, but it really isn't. Try this savory version of delicious Indian Masala Bread made with aromatics & spices. You'll family will love it - mine will finish the whole loaf within minutes!
Kolhapur is an ancient Indian city with a rich & vibrant history. Located in the south western corner of Maharashtra state, Kolhapuri cuisine is very famous for its spicy dishes & especially non-vegetarian specialties. My delicious Kolhapuri Egg Masala is one such dish, you must try it soon.
These crunchy & crispy batter-dipped Indian vegetable fritters (pakoras) are highly addictive & just irresistible! You can also use this basic recipe to make paneer pakoras, fish pakoras or chicken pakoras.