10 Maharashtrian Snacks That Are Fit For All Seasons 2022

  • Sushmita Sengupta
  • August 26, 2021

Besides the sea, the tall skyscrapers and of course Bollywood, there is a lot that Maharashtra has to offer that we often tend to miss out on. Starting from the rich history of Marathas that has left an indelible imprint on the region’s cuisine. The Maharashtrian cuisine is, in fact, an eclectic mix of local and foreign influences. The pav, that is so ubiquitous to the Maharashtrian ‘foodscape’ was brought here by the Europeans, Portuguese to be specific. Because of its proximity to sea, the seafood fare of Maharashtra is truly special and worth all the hype, but there’s also a gamut of vegetarian options to appease the non-meat eaters.  

Here, we have tried to compile a list of classic Maharashtrian snacks that are fit for all seasons.  

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Pav Bhaji

4.8
21 Ratings
Pav Bhaji :

No surprises here. We had to start our list with one of Maharashtra's most beloved snacks and here we are. A red, thick curry made with mashing vegetables and hot spices, paired with buttery bread. Can it get any better than this, we guess not. 

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Dry Bombay Duck Fry

4.9
29 Ratings
Dry Bombay Duck Fry :

Contrary to popular belief, Bombay duck is not a duck at all, but a unique kind of a fish that is very common in the coastal areas of Maharashtra. This crispy, tangy, spicy snack will satiate you to bits.

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Bombay Omelette

5.0
21 Ratings
Bombay Omelette :

Omelette with a desi, spicy, wholesome edge. It is just the right amount of drama you need at the start of your day. 

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Bombay Chapathi Sandwich

4.3
26 Ratings
Bombay Chapathi Sandwich :

A very popular street food, this sandwich is essentially just chapatis, smeared over with chutneys and butter. The 'sandwich filling' comprises of a delectable mix of tomatoes, onions, mushrooms. 

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Misal Pav

4.4
22 Ratings
Misal Pav :

Red alert! This spicy curry made with moth bean curry, topped with sev, onions, coriander and chillies is as delightful to look at, as it is to eat. Pair it with Pav and you are good to go. 

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Vada Pav

4.5
16 Ratings
Vada Pav :

This burger-like snack has become synonymous with Mumbai's fast-paced life. A deep-fried potato patty, served in a pav, smeared with chutney and an additional sprinkling of the dry, garlic chutney. Cant. Stop. Slurping. 

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