Maharashtrian Namkeen Variety

 Kadboli: Ribbon-like snacks made from rice flour and spices, twisted into a unique shape and deep-fried for a delicious and crispy Maharashtrian namkin.

Farali Pattice: A fasting-friendly namkin filled with a spiced mixture of potatoes, peanuts, and aromatic spices, encased in a crisp outer layer.

Kothimbir Vadi: Delicate, steamed, and then fried squares made with gram flour and coriander, providing a unique texture and taste.

Bhakarwadi: Spiral-shaped snacks with a spicy, tangy filling, combining flavors of sesame, poppy seeds, and gram flour, creating a savory treat.

Shankarpali: Sweet and savory diamond-shaped treats made with a dough of flour, milk, and sugar, deep-fried to golden perfection.

Chana Dal Namkeen: Roasted and spiced split chickpeas, offering a protein-packed and crunchy snacking experience

Sabudana Chakli: Crispy and flavorful spiral-shaped crackers made from tapioca pearls, often enjoyed during festivals.

Sabudana Chivda: A crispy treat made with sago pearls, peanuts, and an array of spices, perfect for munching during festive occasions.

Shev: Thin strands of fried gram flour dough, seasoned with spices, creating a light and crispy namkin often enjoyed as a quick snack.

 Poha Chivda: A popular Maharashtrian namkin made from flattened rice, spices, and crunchy peanuts, offering a delightful mix of flavors and textures.