Maharashtra Cuisine

Maharashrian Food Indian food in Kuta Bali

Maharashtrian food prepared in the royal kitchens was an extraordinary treat. The meal included a variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes balanced with different tastes and flavours.  From the coastal delicacies of the Kokan where fish curry and rice is a staple to the specialities of Deccan plateau and from heat of Vidharbha in the east, Maharashtrian food is truly unique. Wheat, rice, jowar, bajra, lentils and seasonal fruits and vegetables staples. The highlight of this cuisine is the use of peanuts and coconut in most dishes. Maharastrian meals are based Ayurvedic principles.

The North-Western region of Maharashtra which covers areas like Jalgaon, Malegaon and Nasik is known for its extremely spicy curries. This cuisine is called the Khandeshi cuisine which is the hottest cuisine of Maharashtra. Peanut oil, dry coconut and the Lavangi Mirch are the highlights of this cuisine. The curries are identifiable because of the red spicy oil that floats atop and is called ‘Tawang or Tarri’. <br> Maharatrians food serves absolutely unique sweet dishes like Banana Sheera, Amrakhand, Basundi, Aamras and various kheers makes Marathi food lavish and accompaniments like chutneys, pickles and papads are mouth watering to. So we want you all food lovers to taste  Maharatrian food at “Bollywood Masalaz” in Kuta-Bali cooked by our brilliant chefs and enjoy quality time with your friends and family.

 It is believed that your daily meal should be well-balanced which is why a traditional Maharashtrian thali will have Rice, Chapati, Dry Vegetables, Curry, Lentils, Salad, Pickle, Chutney and a Dessert.   “Marathi cuisine is based on Ayurvedic and scientific principles. For example, during the Sankranti festival we put Til (Sesame) in our food because it builds our immunity and helps fight seasonal changes. Similarly, Kokum Sharbat is a summer treat as it not just cools your body but also helps in digestion.”  The coastal region of Maharashtra is famous for its Malawani Cuisine. Malvan is a town in the on the west coast of Maharashtra. Here, coconut is used in almost every form – grated, dried, fried, coconut milk or paste. Kokum, amsul, tamarind and raw mango are some special ingredients that set this cuisine apart. Kombadi Vade and Solkadhi are two popular dishes of this region that one shouldn’t miss.<br> Maharashtra is a land of unique local flavours. The culinary tradition involves the use of spices like saffron and poppy seeds. You’ll find rich mutton curries gravies along north along with dishes made with coconut, raw mango, red chillies, fish and sea shells.

 

 

The North-Western region of Maharashtra which covers areas like Jalgaon, Malegaon and Nasik is known for its extremely spicy curries. This cuisine is called the Khandeshi cuisine which is the hottest cuisine of Maharashtra. Peanut oil, dry coconut and the Lavangi Mirch are the highlights of this cuisine. The curries are identifiable because of the red spicy oil that floats atop and is called ‘Tawang or Tarri’. 

Maharatrians food serves absolutely unique sweet dishes like Banana Sheera, Amrakhand, Basundi, Aamras and various kheers makes Marathi food lavish and accompaniments like chutneys, pickles and papads are mouth watering to.

So we want you all food lovers to taste  Maharatrian food at “Bollywood Masalaz” in Kuta-Bali cooked by our brilliant chefs and enjoy quality time with your friends and family.