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Thread: Misal Pav
06-03-2010, 09:45 AM #1
The best Misal Pav available is at Thane outside Mamledar Office. Usually the Pav served is a Bun Pav, but in Kolhapur it is a Sandwich bread.
Puneri Misal, as name suggest from Pune is also tasty. Shree Datta Guru Snacks at Panvel have a delightful Misal Pav. We have experienced it some days back.
Misal Pav in Shree Datta Snacks Spot near Goregaon Station (East) is also very tasty.
Sesame Seeds (Til) – ½ tsp
Poppy Seeds (Mohri) – ½ tsp
Grated Coconut (Naral)– 2 tablespoons
Coriander Seeds (Dhane) – ½ tsp
Salt (Meeth) – to taste
Potato (Batatae)– 2 nos
Curds (Ambat Dahi ) – 1 tablespoon
Garlic (Ale) – 10gms
Onion (Kanda) – 4 nos
Tomato – 2 nos
Sprouts (Moad aleli Matki)– 50 gms
Coriander leaves (Kothimbir) – 2 springs
Oil (Tel) – 4 tablespoon
Bread – 8 Slices
Garam Masala – 1tsp
Chilli Powder – to taste
Chiwada & Shev – 50 to 100 gms
Soak the sprouts 24 hr. before you make missal. Boil Peal & keep the potatoes aside. Grind together Ginger, Garlic, Popy Seed, Seasm seeds, Coconut Coriander Seeds, Coriander Leaves into fine paste.
Fine chop onion and tomato. Take vessel and heat oil, add chopped tomato, onion, garam masala powder, chilli powder & then add grinded masala. Fry well till it leaves oil. Leave water from sprouts & add to fry masala, add fresh water, add salt to taste & cook well.
1. Take bowl add small cubes of boil potato
2. Top with shev and chiwada add prepared sprout curry to it.
3. Garnish with chopped onion & curd.
4. Serve Hot with two bread slices....being a human...