Four Iconic Breakfast Dishes From Maharashtra One Has to Try


Four Iconic Breakfast

Jai Maharashtra!

Maharashtrian local and lip-smacking delights have all the ingredients to become the fancied food it ought to become and well, no one is surprised that it caught the fancy of many food lovers all across the country. Here are four Iconic breakfast dishes from Maharashtra that simply have to be on your bucket list.

Kanda Batata Poha

Perhaps the easiest to cook and then always such a delight – the poha is the best possible way to get your day up and running. ‘Kanda’ means onion in Marathi while ‘Batata’ means potato and the combination of these two make poha the perfect cuisine. We can soak chiwda in water overnight and then it can be cooked with a variety of spices, peanuts and vegetables. Top it with sev for that crunchy finish.

Misal Pav

It is Maharashtra’s favourite breakfast/evening snack and is an absolute treat for people who are fond of all things spicy and flavourful. It is a spicy and flavourful curry which is made of moth beans. Also, the curry is made of a whole host of eclectic spices, onion, garlic, ginger and chillies. Then top it with boiled potatoes, chiwda, sev, chopped onions and other assortments.

Puran Poli

It is part of almost all Maharashtrian festivities and can be enjoyed as a breakfast item as well. It is basically a flat bread and is filled with sweet chana dal, nutmeg and cardamom filling. Also, puran poli is a delicious flat bread and we are always ready to dig in.

Pav Bhaji

This one had be on the list. Bhaji is basically a delicious way of bringing together all the healthy vegetables together and then cooking them all with a spicy mixture. Enjoy this topping with pav which is toasted with butter or ghee.

 

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