Delicacies of Maharashtra
India is one of the largest and vibrant country in the world and Maharashtra is important to state in India with an aesthetic cultural heritage. Being second-most populous state and third-largest state by area in India, Maharashtra has a variety of cuisine. With an area of 307,713 Km2, Maharashtra has various kind of mouthwatering delicacies for every mile.
The land of Maratha and Peshwas will never disappoint you when it comes to food. From world-famous PuranPoli to Thalipeeth, Bakarwadi to VadaPav, you can enjoy a different kind of food in every corner of Maharashtra.
Maharashtrian has a range of flavours. From Konkan, western coastal region to Varhadi, eastern Deccan i.e. Vidarbha region.
The food in Maharashtra has very diverse in taste, as the spices level differs in every part of the region. We are highlighting some world best Maharashtrian dishes for you, so, whenever you are in Maharashtra just hop into Maharashtrian Restaurant and taste the delicious food.
World renowned VadaPav, is the dish, every Maharashtrian like. We can call it Urban-Rural cousin of Burger. Snack you can carry and have it whenever you want or crave for. VadaPav is the favourite snack and breakfast of very Maharashtrianwhether its youngster or old aged person.
MisalPav is one of the loved breakfast/snacks/brunch items in Maharashtra. Misal consists of farsan or sev, onions, lemon and coriander with the spicy curry consisting sprouts in it. It is usually served with curd and pav/bread.
People usually have it as a breakfast but it can be eaten in the main meal also.
Puran Poli is also famous sweet dish not only in Maharashtra but also in Gujrat and South Maharashtra. In GujratPuranPoli known as Vedmi and in Malyalamits called as Boli, and in Tamil Baksham or Bobbattu.
Puran Poli is the special dish mostly prepare on a special occasion like Ganesh Chaturthi, Dussehra.
Bharali Vangi (Stuffed Eggplant/Stuffed Brinjal)
When it comes to most loved dish in Maharashtra, BharaliVangi has to be there in every foodies list. Stuffed with Masala consisting peanuts, Sesame seeds and other spices.
BharaliVangi is one of the main and favourite dish on the occasion of wedding and engagement in Maharashtra.
PithalaBhakari is a famous dish in the villages of Maharashtra. But now it’s becoming most sought after dish in cosmopolitan cities as well.
Pithala is made up of paste of Dal (Pulse) and Bhakari is made up of multiple grains like Bajari, Jawar and even mix of Jawar and Bajari accompanied by chopped onion. If you want to enjoy PithalaBhakari, you must visit Maharashtrian Restaurant only.
So, What are you waiting for?
Just hop into the O’zara and enjoy the pure Maharashtrian delicacies.