Maharashtra Din 2022 Food Recipes: From Misal Pav to Puran Poli, Delicious Maharashtrian Dishes You Can Make for May Day Celebrations

Maharashtra Day is celebrated on May 1 to commemorate the formation of the state of Maharashtra. Food is an integral part of Maharashtrian culture and embodies the heritage of the culture. Mumbai’s street food is also a big hit around the world. But Vada Pav and Ragda Pattice aren’t the only gems of Maharashtrian cuisine you should try. Misal Pav, Kothimbir Vadi and Puran Poli are some of the traditional dishes of Maharashtra which are very essential for Marathi households especially during celebrations. Maharashtra Day 2022 Date, History and Meaning: All You Need to Know About Maharashtra Din or Maharashtra Formation Day.

Maharashtra Day is observed to celebrate the spirit and rich culture of the Marathi people and people of Maharashtra. Maharashtrian cuisine is heavily based on wheat, lentils, pulses and spices. Maharashtrian Food is a spice lover’s delight. From Misal Pav to Puran Poli, here are the recipes you can make to celebrate Maharashtra Day 2022.

5 Traditional Maharashtrian Food Recipes

1. Misal cobblestone

Misal Pav is a traditional Maharashtrian dish made with misal which is sprouted butterfly beans cooked in a spicy curry and served with curd and Pav bread.

2. Kothimbir Vadi

Kothimbir Vadi is usually eaten as a snack. These are fritters made with coriander leaves and crunchy in texture and savory flavor.

3. Puran Poli

It is a type of flatbread made from wheat flour with a sweet taste and often filled with chana dal filling.

4. Alu Vadi

Commonly called Patra, it is a dish made from colocasia leaves garnished with coriander leaves and served with chutney, usually tomato chutney. Alu Vadi is traditionally a stuffed roll.

5. Thalipeeth

It is a type of flatbread made from multi-grain flour and vegetables and is served with curd and ghee or butter. It is a very special and traditional dish made in Maharashtra.

Maharashtrian cuisine embodies the deeply rooted culture of the Marathi people and is a cuisine enjoyed by many people regardless of their geographical location.

(The above story first appeared on LatestLY on April 28, 2022 at 6:31 PM IST. For more news and updates on Politics, World, Sports, Entertainment and Lifestyle , log in to our website