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Maharashtrian Cuisine

 The Maharashtrian cuisine covers a range from mild to very spicy dishes. Wheat, rice, jowar, bajri, vegetables, lentils and fruit form staples of the Maharashtrian diet. Metropolitan cities like Mumbai and Pune tend to be cosmopolitan with Idli, Dosa and even Chinese dishes being common there. But distinctly Maharashtrian street foods such as Pav Bhaji, Misal Pav, Vada Pav, dishes such as Kothambir Vadi, Kanda Bhaji, Aluchi Bhaji and sweets such as Puran Poli, Modak, Karanji, Basundi and Shrikhand remain popular.

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  • Moong Dahi Misal

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  • Kothimbir Vadi

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  • Misal Pav

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  • Varanfal

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  • Kakdichi Koshimbir (Cucumber Salad)

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  • Modak

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  • Katachi Amti (Tangy Spicy Dal)

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  • Pav Bhaji

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  • Sabudana Vada

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  • Thalipeeth

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  • Matar Masala

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  • Maharashtrian Kadhi

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  • Sol Kadhi

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  • Pattice

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  • Ragada

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  • Narali Bhat

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  • Bhakri

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  • Zunka

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  • Capsicum Besan Subzi

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  • Dahiwale Baingan

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  • Anarsa

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  • Gujiya/Karanji

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  • Raw Mango Dal (Kairi Ki Dal)

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  • Puran Poli

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  • Basundi

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  • Bhaaji

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