Maharashtrian Misal Pav | How to make Maharashtrian Misal Pav
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About Maharashtrian Misal Pav Recipe
Misal pav is one of the most popular street foods of Mumbai. Wholesome, delicious and full of flavors, this dish is made from whole bean sprouts, especially sprouted moth beans or Turkish beans (You can use mixed sprouts too). The curry is a fiery mélange of fresh spices, sprouts, potatoes, onions, tomatoes, and farsan. Misal is usually served at breakfast but you can eat it any time of the day. Pav can be bought or made at home with whole wheat.
Maharashtrian Misal Pav, a marvelous creation to spice up your day. The relishing flavours, the appealing texture and the amazing aroma of Maharashtrian Misal Pav is just mouth-watering. This amazing recipe is provided by Tikuli Dogra. Be it kids or adults, no one can resist this delicious dish. How to make Maharashtrian Misal Pav is a question which arises in people's mind quite often. So, this simple step by step Maharashtrian Misal Pav recipe by Tikuli Dogra. Maharashtrian Misal Pav can even be tried by beginners. A few secret ingredients in Maharashtrian Misal Pav just makes it the way it is served in restaurants. Maharashtrian Misal Pav can serve 3 people. So, the next time you have a get together or a party at home, don't forget to check and try out Maharashtrian Misal Pav.
Ingredients to make Maharashtrian Misal Pav
- Ladi Pav buns – 6
- Sprouts (mixed (moong + moth) or moth bean (Turkish beans) sprouts) – 2 cups
- Tomatoes – 2 large
- Potatoes – 2 medium size (cubed)
- Onions - 2 large finely chopped
- Fresh coriander greens – 1/4 cup
- Farsan (spicy snack mixture)
- Grated dry coconut – 2 tablespoon
- Goda masala or achar (pickle) masala – 1 tablespoon
- Green chili – 2
- Ginger – 1/2 inch
- Garlic – 6-7 cloves
- Cumin seed powder – 1 teaspoon
- Coriander powder – 2 tablespoon
- Red chili powder – 1 tablespoon
- Mustard seeds – 1 teaspoon
- Turmeric Powder – 1 teaspoon
- Garam Masala – 1/4 teaspoon
- Salt – To Taste
- Curry leaves – 8-10
- Oil – 2 tablespoon.
How to make Maharashtrian Misal Pav
My Tip:You can eat usal with bhakri or roti too. Some people like to have curd or buttermilk with misal pav to balance the heat from the curry. Usal is made from sprouted moth beans and has its own place in Maharashtrian households. When topped with Kat, chopped onions, chopped tomatoes and farsan it becomes Misal. Adjust the oil and chili according to your preferences.