Flavoursome foods from the Maharashtrian cuisine one should try

Maharashtra is one of the largest state in the country in terms of geographic area and one of the most developed states in India. Also it is very rich culture and has a diverse cuisine. It has dishes catering tastes for all people. All the people love spicy Maharashtrian food but there are a lot of sweet dishes too. So, here are Maharashtrian dishes which are famous around the country.

1. Puran Poli
Puran poli is one the most classic Maharashtrian dish which is called as Indian sweet Flatbread. With stuffing chana, designated coconut, jaggery and nutmeg powder is all that you need to make this dish. Majorly it is prepared during any major festival or a event to enjoyment.

2. Misal Pav
It is handsdown one of the most famous Maharashtrian dishes which is deemed the king of this state’s street food. It has a spicy curry made of moth beans which is called as Misal and is eaten along with pav. The dish can be garnished as per your preference but farsan, onions, sev are some which people oftenly garnish.

3. Pudachi Vadi
It the yummiest evening snack that comes from western part of the state to have after a tiring day which will reignite you totally. Pudachi Vadi is made from a mixture of dried desiccated coconut, coriander leaves, chilli powder, and other Indian spices. This mixture is filled into an outer coating of gram flour which is then deep-fried. Masala chai goes best with it.

4. Keri Aamti
Keri Aamti is a dish which helps you beat the scorching heat. It is a combination of sweet and spicy gravy made from raw mangoes and authentic Indian spices which served with steamed rice. One can experience divine taste when the tangy flavour comes out with the fragrance of spices.

5. Modak
Another traditional dish of Maharashtra and the favourite of Lord Ganesh, Modak is a sweet dish that is savoured by everyone in the state. The authentic Modak is made from grated coconut mixed with jaggery which is then filled into an outer shell made from rice flour mixed with a little bit of maida. During Ganesh Chathurthi celebrations, you can find Modak in different flavours like chocolate, pista, and kesar, to name some.