Tondali Bhat | Tendli Chawal | Ivy Gourd Rice

10 mins read: Tondali Bhat / Ivy Gourd Rice are an excellent tasty dish from Maharashtra. Delicious variety rice with sliced Ivy Gourds/ Tondali Bhat makes a perfect lunch box dish too. It is a traditional Maharashtrian no onion no garlic one pot meal. This Maharashtrian Tondali Bhat is typically made during gatherings or special…

Gopal Kala | Dahi Kala

Gopal Kala is observed during the eighth day of the Krishna Paksha (waxing phase of moon) in Shravan month. The day falls after the Shri Krishna Jayanti day in Maharashtra. The Gopal kala name for Dahi Handi festival comes from a dish prepared on the festival day. Today I am sharing with you all, Krishna Janmashtami Special…

Narali Bhat | Sweet Coconut Rice

Narali Bhat is a typical Maharashtrian Recipe. Narali Bhat is especially being made on the occasion of Narali Pournima. It is held on the full-moon day of the Hindu month of Shravan which falls around July or August. The Shravan Pournima symbolizes the end of the monsoon season and the beginning of the fishing season….

Dal khichdi

Dal Khichdi is a tasty and healthy main course rice recipe where moong dal (green grams) is pressured cooked with rice and then flavored with garlic, cumin seeds and red chilli. Say no to your regular, boring Khichdi and try this restaurant style Dal Khichdi at home. This recipe is a go-to dish when you…

Masale Bhaat / Masala Rice

Masale Bhaat recipe in Marathi cuisine is a popular Maharashtrian recipe with the mixture of spices like goda masala and vegetables. It can be generally served as an one pot meal or complete meal without any side dish to it in lunch or dinner. This recipe can be prepared on festivals or for guest (especially…

Gola Bhaat

Gola Bhaat is a speciality of Vidarbha Maharashtra. Gola bhaat is a traditional recipe from Vidarbha region of Maharashtra.  Golas (Balls) are cooked with little spicy rice. It is simple & easy one pot meal. Maharashtrian cuisine has its own distinctive attributes, while sharing much with other Indian cuisines. Traditionally, Maharashtrians consider their food to be more austere than others. Besan…