Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Misal Pav

Puneri Misal is one of famous street food here in Pune. I happened to eat at "Joshi Vadewale" - the famous eatery here in Pune. Fell in love with their Vada Pav and Misal. I was eager to try misal at home and it came out quite well. Its raining here day and night and the other day I happened to grab this Misal masala from a store nearby. It couldn't have been better. Piping hot Misal Pav on a rainy day... Pure magic.  So here is the recipe... Try this even if it is not raining :-P
Happy Cooking...



Ingredients:

Mixed sprouts - 1 cup
Onion - 1 medium(chopped)
Tomatoes - 2 big(chopped)
Misal Powder - 2 tbsp
Turmeric powder - 1 tsp
Chilli powder - 1 tsp(or as required)
Salt to taste
For Serving
1 cup mixed farsan

8 laadi pavs
Water as required


Method 


Heat the oil in a kadhai and add chopped onions and cook till they turn light brown.



Pressure cook mixed sprouts with salt and turmeric in water.



Add chopped tomato to the onions and cook until they are mushy. 


Now add misal powder, salt and cook until oil leaves sides. 




Add 2 cups of water and cook until oil seperates while stirring. Rassa(curry) is ready.


Take cooked sprouts in a serving bowl.


Pour rassa over it.


Add farsan and serve hot with pav.

Pressure cook mixed sprouts with salt and turmeric in water.
Heat the oil in a kadhai and add chopped onions and cook till they turn light brown.
Add chopped tomato and cook until they are mushy. 
Now add misal powder, salt and cook until oil leaves sides. Add 2 cups of water and cook until oil seperates while stirring continuously. Rassa(curry) is ready.
Now for serving, you can either add the cooked mixed sprouts with the prepared rassa and serve or in a serving bowl, add the mixed sprouts and pour the rassa over it and then add farsan on it. 
Serve hot immediately with pav.


Sending this to WTML Event @  A day through my life & Gayathri's Cookspot 

1 comment:

  1. Havent tasted misal pav befoer .. looks yummy !!

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