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MISAL PAV / BREAD

13 Jun

Misal Pav/Bread…..here is a popular Maharashtrian breakfast recipe of misal pav where sprouted moong is used in a spicy masaledar gravy and is served along with Farsaan(besan sev,raw onions ,lime and coriander leaves ….This gravy is enjoyed with pav /bread….A unique taste and combination just like a chaat but not a chaat …

Recipe credit to Sarita Bhat….

INGREDIENTS

• 1 cup Sprouted moong
•1 Onion chopped
•1 tsp ginger garlic paste
•2 tsp chilli powder
•1 tsp dhania powder
•1/2 tsp cumin powder
•2 large tomatoes chopped
•Salt to taste
▪FOR GRINDING MASALA
•1 tblsp coconut (dry /fresh)
•1 large onion chopped
•1 piece cinnamon
•3 cloves
▪FOR SEASONING
• 1/4 tsp asafoetida / hing
• 1/2 tsp mustard seeds
• 1 tblsp oil
•Few curryleaves
▪FOR SERVING
•Farsaan as per requirement
•Chopped onion as per requirement
•Coriander leaves for garnishing
• lime

METHOD

▪pressure cook moong for 2 whistles ..
▪Heat a pan and add dry coconut , fry light brown ,add onion chopped fry till golden along with cinnamon & clove…. cool this and grind to a fine paste and keep it ready…
▪Heat oil in a kadai, add musturd,wait till this pops add  curryleaves, hing and fry for 30
▪Add chopped onion fry light brown , add ginger garlic paste and  fry till raw smell goes off
▪Add chilli powder, dhania powder, Jeera powder and  fry well till oil seperates…
▪Now add chopped tomato fry till soft and mushy .
▪Add boiled moong , add ground masala, 2 cups of water ,salt to taste boil this on medium heat for 10-12 minutes
▪check salt and remove from fire
▪Sprinkle coriander leaves and give a good mix and serve ..
▪Serving instructions : In a bowl add  Misal gravy, Farsaan, chopped onion , coriander leaves  and lime juice enjoy this with pav or bread.
NOTE
* Farsaan is nothing but thick besan sev you can use any mixture available to you…

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Misal Pav

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Posted by on June 13, 2016 in BREAKFAST RECIPES, SIDE DISH

 

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