Salads help to tie up a cuisine, and a cuisine like Marathi cuisine also needs salads to complete it. Indeed, Marathi cuisine has more than salads. It has a variety of chutneys too that can be used and normally are in place of regular vegetable salads.
Some of the salads used in Marathi cuisine are given below:
- Bhoplyache Bharit is red pumpkin raita in yogurt
- Gajarachi Koshimbir is carrot salad
- Kaanda-tomato Koshimbir is Maharashtrian onion-tomato salad-type-1
- Kaanda-tomato Koshimbir is a onion-tomato salad-type-2
- Khamang Kakdi is a cucumber salad
- Koshimbir and Raitas
- Vangyache Bharit is eggplant raita in yogurt
In addition to using fresh vegetables in salads in Marathi cuisine, chutney and other forms of salads are quite common.
- Gourd Peel Chutney is absolutely delicious chutney.
- Breadcrumb Chutney is a variation of chutney, and is excellent with vada pav
- Coconut Chutney is a favorite of all. It is made from coconut and green chilies
- Garlic Chutney - type 1 is Maharashtrian's favorite dry spicy chutney that is made from garlic and roasted coconut.
- Garlic Chutney - type 2 is a variation in garlic chutney. It is made of fried garlic, coconut and onion, goes well with any bread or rice.
- Green Coriander Chutney is made from coriander leaves and green chilies. It is usually used for vegetable sandwiches
- Methkoot, is a spice powder that is usually consumed with plain rice
- Mirchicha Chatka is a kind of chutney made from green chilies in yogurt
- Peanut Chutney is dry chutney made from peanut powder and chilies.
Marathi cuisine indeed has some interesting salads, and some of them are absolutely delicious.
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