Kothimbir Wadi

By Chef Rupal V

Preparation Time : 3 Hrs

Tags: Maharashtrian

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Serves 10 pcs

Sambar Wadi, also called Kothimbir Wadi, is a traditional dish in Maharashtrian households. This dish is made during kitty parties but is also served during festivities like Ganpati, Haldi Kum Kum, and other gatherings.

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About the Dish

Kothimbir Wadi, also known as Sambar wadi, is a Maharashtrian snack. This dish is popular in Vidarbha region, but has its variation according to different cities preparations. Our chef makes this dish with her traditional recipe that has been in her family for generations. Kothimbir wadi contains a generous amount of coriander, which is rich in immune-boosting antioxidants, helps control blood sugar, and consists of iron. Social gatherings like Haldi Kum Kum have this type of snack served to guests.

How to Eat

Sambar Wadi is supposed to be served hot but can be enjoyed at room temperature as well. Not only does it come with the goodness of greens, but it also has a unique flavor with a crisp texture giving way to a moist center. It is enjoyed as an evening snack with a hot beverage or, you could eat it at lunch with some steamed rice and daal.

About the Chef

Chef Rupal V

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