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Delicacies of Maharashtra

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Delicacies of Maharashtra

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  1. What comes to your mind when you think of Maharashtrian cuisine? Spicy street food? Delicious sweets? VadaPav and PavBhaji? There is an endless list of varieties of food and flavorous this state has to offer. From MisalPav to PuranPoli, every dish is a treat to the taste buds! Embark on a culinary journey along with Fomokart to discover the delicacies and savour the taste of Maharashtra. These Marathi treats will fill your soul with content!

  2. Bhakarwadi • A crispy snack with a savoury filling and a hint of sweet and tangy flavours, Bhakarwadi is a traditional Marathi delicacy. • For people of Maharashtra, Bhakarwadi resonates with the famous ChitaleBandhuMithaiwale of Pune.

  3. Chiwda Chiwda is yet another famous tea-time snack from Maharashtra. Topped with fried nuts, dry fruits and a mixture of spices and special oils; Chivda is a spicy, light and nutritious food. Pune’sLakshmiNarayanChivda has been successfully serving India with the best quality Chivda for generations. LakshmiNarayan Best Chivda can be ordered online at Fomokart.

  4. Bhel We must all have relished in the taste of Bhel, on a rainy day. Bhel, a famous Mumbai street food/Chaat is popular all across India. Puffed rice mixed with fresh vegetables, tamarind juice and topped with papdi, sev and spices; Bhel is a perfect solution for your tangy cravings.

  5. PuranPoli PuranPoli is a traditional Marathi sweet prepared all across Maharashtra during GaneshChaturthi and GudiPadwa. PuranPoli is flat bread stuffed with smashed lentils and jaggery. It is soft, flaky, delicate and healthy.

  6. Chikki Chikkiis a traditional Indian sweet typically made with jaggery and groundnuts. Rich in anti-oxidants and nutritional value, Chikki is the Indian version of an energy bar. There are different varieties of Chikki, made with dry fruits and nuts. The well-known brand MaganlalChikki of Lonavala also manufactures chikki with crushed coconut, mango, and strawberry etc.

  7. MisalPav MisalPav is probably the most authentic Maharashtrian street food. Misal is a curry usually made with sprouts, Channa, Aloo etc., is accompanied with Pav (or bread), onions and lemon to make a tangy, mouth-watering dish.

  8. Authentic Indian Savouries, Snacks, Sweets, Chocolates, Pickles, Spices and more from the best brands, freshly delivered. Visit www.fomokart.com

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