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Recipe# 15145
April 09, 2004
Thalipeeth by kamalacute
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Thalipeeth is a staple in Maharashtrian households and are prepared from a batter comprising of different flours. These thalipeeth or pancakes are highly nutritious and make for a delicious way to start your day when served as breakfast with chutney.
Recipe# 15335
July 06, 2011
Thalipeeth- Missi Roti by sanjim_a
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Koki/ thalipeeth/ missi roti is a traditional roti recipe prepared from a mix of flours and spice powders added. These small rotis are shallow fried with little oil and then enjoyed with vegetables or any lentil preparation of choice.
Recipe# 12598
May 18, 2001
Thalipith by madhuri_a1
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Nutritious Thalipith is a type of a savory pancake which is a popular dish of Maharashtra. The spiced nutritious pancake is packed with flavor and nutrition and makes for an excellent breakfast item.
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Recipe# 37515
November 06, 2012
Tilachi Poli by Jyoti V B
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This is a popular dish of Maharashtra. This is the must try recipe. Tastes good with ghee.
Recipe# 14525
August 01, 2011
Toover Dal Amti by gurchai
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Add a tangy and cooling touch to your daily summer fare with the irrestible tur dal amti. The tuar dal and raw mangoes or amti are boiled together and seasoned with garlic, chillies and masalas. Relish with steamed rice.
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Recipe# 33879
December 14, 2010
Traditional Modak by Palak Rajput
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Traditional Modak is a sweet dumpling made with rice flour. The stuffing is prepared with freshly grated coconut and jaggery. Both are cooked along with few condiments till the mixture comes together. The mixture is then stuffed in rice flour dough to form modak.
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Recipe# 37677
December 22, 2012
Urad Dal With Onions by Jyoti V B
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This is a good dry dal. Put less water to avoid stickiness. It is good for your health.
Recipe# 10987
August 09, 2002
Vaangi Bhaat By gunju by gunju
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You can substitute the tamarind with the juice of one lemon. add the lemon juice after the rice is fully cooked.
Recipe# 15463
August 28, 2004
Vaangi Bhaat By mdsk by mdsk
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Vaangi bhaat is a traditional Maharstrian rice or bhaat recipe with the brinjals or vangi stir fried with ground masala and then added to the cooked rice. Add tamarind juice,peanuts and curry leaves to render that authentic vangi bhat taste and flavour.
Recipe# 14069
August 20, 2002
Vangibaath by thallapaka
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A traditional vangi bhat (rice) recipe is common in Malvani households and is basically a rice preparation which is cooked with vangi or brinjals along with masaledaar spices, onion and tomato puree. Add the whole spices like cinnamon and cloves to the rice and vangi combo to render a delectable aro ....
Recipe# 12773
May 24, 2011
Vangibath Masala Powder 
by vijisathya
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Vangibath masala powder, this masala is added to add the flavour to the pulao's. You can refrigerate the masala powders this will last for many days.
Recipe# 11193
April 25, 2002
Veg Fish by komaln
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Moderate temperature should be taken while the disg is in microwave
Recipe# 14291
February 22, 2003
Veg Kolhapuri by jalvi
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A favorite vegetable preparation which is common in Maharashtrian households, the Veg Kolhapuri is spicy, rich and typically served with rice bhakris. The vegetables are cooked in a red chilli paste based curry along with the authentic mix of Kolhapuri masalas.
Recipe# 9451
October 11, 2011
Veg Nutritious Thalipeeth 
by Aarti_Kore
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A healthy recipe made using combination of flours!
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