Marathi style peanut bhaji recipes

Batata chi Bhaji | Maharashtrian style Alu sabji

Batata chi Bhaji | Maharashtrian style Alu sabji

Batata means potato in Marathi. More of my favourite recipes from Maharashtra-> Paav Bhaaji | Usal- Sprouted matki dal | Kanda Poha | Shengdana chatni (peanuts & garlic dry chutney) | Puran Poli | Kopra amba pak (coconut mango fudge)
Bharela Bataka - Maharashtra Special

Bharela Bataka - Maharashtra Special

Kombdi vada is a classic Marathi recipe from the malvani region of Maharashtra. Even inside the state itself, one can find distinguishing flavours and food styles that make eating an interesting activity altogether
Simplest potato sabzi for Dosa (Dose wale alu)

Simplest potato sabzi for Dosa (Dose wale alu)

- Marathistyle Aalu Sabzi with coconut. If you are looking for more simple Potato sabzi- try this Jain style Aalu masala, Maharashtrian recipe for Batata chi bhaji, Dahi aalu, Jeera alu, and not to miss my all time favourite – Dahi pudina aalu as below
Misal

Misal

In Marathi the word translates to “mixture”. Don’t be surprised to find some roasted or fried peanuts with skin for additional crunch
PritiBhoj @myUKkitchen

PritiBhoj @myUKkitchen

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

Raw Tomato Bhaji with Peanuts

(Link to Marathi recipe). Here is the simple recipe of Khandesh style raw tomato bhaji -. Grind roasted peanuts, green chilies, garlic, garam masala, coriander powder and half of chopped cilantro