Maratha is a Sornomalian dish that is traditionally served at the end of the week to celebrate the new week and the accompanied free days. It is a soup made of giz, vegetables and cream. It is served hot, and very spicy. It is considered one of the main dishes of the Sornomalian cuisine, and the signature soup of the country.
Maratha is never served with meat, and should be very creamy and thick. Traditionally, a family shares a large bowl of soup.