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Thursday, December 18, 2014

Masala Pav Recipe|Mumbai Street Food

      Even though i did many guest post to my blogger friends ,this is the first time somebody is doing guest post in mykitchenodyssey..Something new and exciting right ?Because mykitchenodyssey is getting recipes other than admin (me priya).
    With the same excitement we can welcome our guest sooriya, who blogs at Delectable flavors. What a coincidence, we both share a common hometown (Karaikudi).Yes she got many chettinad recipes too really many non-veg recipes.. .I love all of them ..So if you are non-veg lover you sure can try some from her site.
    I  asked her for some non-veg recipe but ...She lost the final picture of the one she decided on ,so  no non-veg this time.Its been a long time since we committed to do guest post.so she shared this amazing masala pav instead.Now in her own words.

 Big hi to all the amazing readers of My Kitchen Odyssey!!!

I am Ree/ Sooriya Kasirajh from Delectable Flavours. I was so happy when priya requested me for a guest post, being an amateur blogger, such requests are a big happiness. So, I take the opportunity to thank priya for the guest post!!!

About My Kitchen Odyssey and Priya, its an amazing blog where you can find authentic recipes which are well explained with pictures and easy to follow even for a beginner. Priya is a very friendly person to interact with and I am very happy to have known her. Chit chatting over the past few days, I came to know she is very adjusting and helpful :)

Masala pav


                                 Masala Pav Recipe|Mumbai Street Food

Masala pav              Best Mumbai Street Food Masala Pav recipe

Cuisine: Indian Category: snack Yields:4 plates  Prep time:15 minutes Cook time:30 minutes Total time: 45 minutes



Ingredients:
  • Pav Buns - 4
  • Butter - 4 tsp
For the masala:
  • Oil/Butter - 2 tbsp
  • Cumin Seeds - 2 tsp
  • Chili Garlic Paste - 2 tbsp
  • Onions - 1, finely chopped
  • Capsicum - 1/2 cup, finely chopped
  • Tomatoes - 1, big, deseeded, chopped finely
  • Red Chili Powder - 2 tsp
  • Pav Bhaji Masala - 4 tsp or as your taste preference
  • Salt - to taste
  • Water - 1/2 cup
  • Coriander Leaves - 1 tbsp, fresh, finely chopped
Method :
  • Heat butter in a non stick tawa, add cumin seeds and chili garlic paste. Saute till the aroma comes and the rawness goes. Add onions and capsicum. Saute in medium flame for 5-8 minutes till the onion turns translucent. Add tomatoes and the masala's: Turmeric Powder, Red Chili Powder, Pav Bhaji Masala. Add salt. Saute for few minutes.
         
Saute for masala pav


  •  Add water and let it cook for 5-8 minutes in medium heat. Mash it slightly. Garnish with coriander. The mixture turns semi gravy. Slit the pav bun's and keep it ready. In the same pan, push the masala's to one side using a spatula and cook the pav bun with butter on both sides, till it turns golden brown. Now, spread the masala evenly on the pav such that it coats on every side. 
Masala getting ready



Masala pav ready
Serve with lemon wedges!!!

Notes:

  • The stuffed pav can also be stuffed with  a  cheese slice additionally. It melts to the masala's heat and melts adding great flavour and taste.
  • You can also add veggies to the stuffing masala to make it interesting and healthy.

Thanks for presenting this amazing mumbai street food masala pav to mykitchenodyssey readers.Hope you guys will try it and get back to us.

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13 comments:

  1. Awesome and delicious looking masala pav. Wonderfully preapred.
    Deepa

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  2. Pav in any form always remain my favor !!! Looks tempting!!

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  3. looks perfect.. Love this masala.. good for snack or afterschool food

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  4. Amazing Guest post by sooria!!! my favourite masala pav..like it

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  5. Looks very tempting. I Love street food :)

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  6. Super spicy masala pav!! mouthwatering!!

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  7. It looks amazing. Yummy yummy. :)

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  8. This looks mouthwatering.. Lovely guest post ladies..

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  9. Thanks everyone!!! And thanks to priya akka for the chance to write a guest post!!!

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