Maharashtrian Dishes

Discussion in 'Cuisines of India' started by Vandhana, May 3, 2006.

  1. rkgurbani

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    Thanks Armaity...this sounds interesting that too with jaggery. Even my DH will love it, so I may give it a try. Thank you thanks you sooooo much!
     
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    Thnx rkgurbani.Me glad you liked the recipe.If you try it,do let us know.
     
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    I love Maharashtra food..specially vada pav, kanda poha, kothimbir wadi
     
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    I have recently learned Sol ladhi recipe..would like to share with you all

    Solkadhi

    Solkadhi is a appetizer drink. It helps for digestion

    Ingredients:
    fresh coconut - grated 1 cup
    kokum - 8-9
    Green chilies - 2-3 cut into small pieces
    Ginger - 1/2 inch peeled and diced into pieces
    Coriander - cut finely
    Jeera powder - 1/2 spoon
    salt - to taste
    Heeng - pinch

    Procedure:

    Soak the kokum in about 3/4th cup water adding the Heeng and Salt. Keep aside for a couple of hours.
    Grind coconut, ginger, green chillies with 3/4 cup water in the mixer. When it grinds to a decent paste, squeeze the ‘milk’ out of the paste and keep aside.
    Add another 3/4th cup of water to the dry remains and run the mixer again for a minute or so. Again extract the milk – adding to the original extract. Repeat a couple of more times – till basically all the ‘milk’ gets extracted from the coconut and you start extracting only clear water.

    Add the extracted ‘milk’ to the pre-soaked kokum above and blend. Keep aside for a couple of hours – it is important to let the Solkadhi ‘be’ for at least a couple of hours before you consume it. And remember to stir the Kadhi everytime you serve it – the coconut extract tends to rise to the top when the kadhi is left untouched for a bit!
     
  5. Rohanj

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    Try Pithla Bhakri or in puneri style Zunka Bhakri. Also try Ukadiche modaks.
     
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    Amazing recipes. I will try all.
     
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    Thanks vandana for the post. This will be my first Maharashtra dish to try and I am so excited to try.
     
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    hi everyone

    can we make group and start any shop to sell food items, anyone know how to start
     

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