Majestic Maharashtrian Recipes
Maharashtra is the western state of India where the food is celebrated as part and parcel of lifestyle. From the street food of Mumbai to the rural varieties of remote villages – the cuisine is vast and unique. World famous Vada Pav, the staple street food of Mumbai metros, Sabdana Vada, the fritters made from sago seeds, and seafood varieties like Bombil Fry, Bangda Fry are synonymous to Mumbai life and culture. Find fabulous authentic Maharashtrian recipes here...
Captivating Colours and Tempting Tastes
Magical Mumbai Delicacies
Mumbai is the home of Bollywood. The drama, the action and the colours of Bollywood reflect in the food of Mumbai too. Not just the hungry deal hunters of the city, but even Bollywood stars too love the street food of Mumbai. The popular chowpatty food courts are proof of this fact. Pav Bhaji, Misal Pav, Bhel are just some of the street food varieties that poor, rich and the famous, all enjoy alike.
Flavours of Bollywood
The busy life of Mumbaikars, as the citizens of Mumbai fondly referred to, definitely include munching on the metro food of Mumbai on a daily basis. The famous vada pav is sold in every nook and corner of Mumbai city – a convenient snack that is very tasty and is so affordable too.
Once we know the popularity and the essence of Maharashtrian food, we too would like to cook here in the UK those recipes. Come on, let’s see if we can cook some Mumbai specials!
Did You Know?
Vada pav, a top selling cheap and cheerful snack of Mumbai made world records in number of dishes sold in a day?