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5 Most Famous Breakfast Dishes Every Maharashtrian Craves For!

1. Vada Pav 

Vada Pav is the most famous Maharashtra’s  roadside snack. The vada is made of a spicy potato filling deep fried in a gram flour batter along with spicy garlic chutney.

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Vada pav ? it is the jaan of Mumbai ✨ . Vada Pav is believed to have been devised by Ashok Vaidya who sold street food from a stall beside Dadar rail station in Mumbai in 1971, now near to Kirti College . We miss vada pav like crazy. It is one of our favourite street food and also it is very easy to make it at home and fried green chilly along with it tastes amazing . Please do not repost without permission . #mumbai #mumbaifood #foodietribe #things2doinmumbai #foodtalkindia #mumbaifoodblogger #lbbmumbai #trellingmumbai #trellingfood #somumbai #munchymumbai #nomnomnom #yummyinmytummy #foodofmumbai #foodbossindia #heymumbai #mumbaifoodbloggers #hungrymumbaiwale #canonphotos #mymumbai #canonrebel #vadapav #samosa #friedgreentomatoes #vada #india #foodphotography

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2.  Kande Pohe

Kande Pohe is a most traditional and popular snack from Maharashtra. It’s one of my favorites. It makes an easy and super quick breakfast dish. If you want to make the best Kande Pohe, you would’ve to master the art of soaking it. Some people prefer to have it with sev sprinkled on it.

3. Sabudana Khichdi

Sabudana Khichdi is extremely popular among Maharashtrians during fasts and festival season. It is  made from soaked Sabudana overnight and cooked with potatoes and crushed peanuts.

4.  Misal Pav

Misal Pav is a popular dish from Maharashtra. It consists of misal and pav. The final dish is topped with potato-chiwda mix, farsan or sev, onions and lemon. People who like spicy food, its a must-have.

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5. Zunka Bhakri

A traditional Maharashtrian dish, Zunka Bhakri has a chickpea flour base and a tempering of fried onions, mustard seeds, ginger-garlic. It is eaten with jowar or bajra rotis.

Next time, you visit any place in Maharashtra, do give it a shot!

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