Marathi rassa bhaji recipes

Batata chi Bhaji | Maharashtrian style Alu sabji

Batata chi Bhaji | Maharashtrian style Alu sabji

Batata means potato in Marathi. Alu matar rassa – Potatoes with green peas in runny gravy. Batata chi bhaji simply means Potato stir fry (sabji/sabzi), it’s a very simple preparation and uses minimum spices
Hirva Chicken and Chicken Rassa Recipe

Hirva Chicken and Chicken Rassa Recipe

Hirva literally means green in Marathi language so this hirva chicken recipe calls for green ingredients like coriander leaves, green chillies accompanied with some ginger and garlic
Bharela Bataka - Maharashtra Special

Bharela Bataka - Maharashtra Special

Kombdi vada is a classic Marathi recipe from the malvani region of Maharashtra. This is usually followed by a second course of varan (thick dal), aamti (sour dal) or rassa (curry) with rice
Misal

Misal

In Marathi the word translates to “mixture”. For me i can broadly categorize them into this mixture (the texture component), the rassa (the stew), the tarri or kat (the flavored spiced oil seperated from cooking rassa or created seperately to top the rassa) and the bread to dunk and soak it in
PritiBhoj @myUKkitchen

PritiBhoj @myUKkitchen

Understanding and developing a palate for Marathi food came quite later in my life …very late I must mention
Lonavala Chikki - Maharashtra Special

Lonavala Chikki - Maharashtra Special

The Konkan and Varad are the two regions, their cuisine have distinct flavor and texture and they can be immediately identified by any Marathi person

Raw Tomato Bhaji with Peanuts

(Link to Marathi recipe). Consistency of this subji is more like thick rassabhaji but not watery. Another favorite sabji/bhaji of mine is very similar to this one ET shared few years ago