Masala Pav (Spicy Stuffed Veggies Bun)

‘Masala Pav’ (Spicy Bread) is another famous Mumbai street food like ‘Pav Bhaji’. This is also a breakfast/snack recipe that can be made very easily. The ‘Pav’ or buns are sliced horizontally and then they are stuffed with a vegetable stuffing cooked with some spices. To add more taste I apply some butter in the ‘Pav’. If you wish you can lightly toast them too. Just serve it with tomato ketchup and some chopped onion and coriander. It is a good option for your kid’s lunch box too….

  • Servings: 6-number
  • Difficulty: easy
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Summary

  • Cuisine: maharashtrian
  • Course: breakfast
  • Preparation Time: 15 mins
  • Cooking Time: 30 mins

Ingredients

6 Pav or Bun
1 cup Potato – (Boiled and mashed)
½ cup Onion – (Finely Chopped)
½ cup Tomato – (Finely Chopped)
¾ cup Capsicum – (Finely Chopped)
1 tsp Garlic Paste
1 tsp Ginger Paste
2 (Chopped) Green Chillies
½ tsp Roasted Red Chillie Powder
¾ tsp Roasted Cumin Powder
2 tsps Pav Bhaji Masala
¼ cup Chopped Coriander Leaves
To taste Salt
2 tsps Oil
4 – 5 tsps Butter
2 tsps Lemon Juice

Steps

  1. Heat oil in a non stick pan. Add garlic paste, ginger paste and stir for few seconds, then add chopped onion and sauté till onion becomes soft.
  2. Now add chopped capsicum and sauté for 2 minutes on low medium flame till it becomes soft, then add chopped tomato in it, stir it and mix well. Cook till tomatoes become mushy.
  3. Add salt, pav bhaji masala, roasted red chili powder, roasted cumin powder, chopped green chillies and mix it well.
  4. Now reduce the flame and add mashed potatoes, mix well with a potato masher and add ½ cup water. Sauté it for 4-5 minutes till it becomes fine smooth mixture.
  5. Add butter, chopped coriander and squeeze 2 tsp lemon juice. Transfer to a bowl and keep aside.
  6. Slit the Pavs into halves horizontally. Heat griddle or tawa. Lightly toast the buns adding a little butter.
  7. Stuff the toasted pavs with cooked masala mixture.
  8. Masala Pav is ready to be served with chopped onion and chopped coriander leaves.

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