Posted in Easy Snacks/ Dinner

Misal Pav

One the most famous snack of Maharashtra. Most people like it spicy.Β Eaten with pav and farsan sprinkled with lemon wedges on the side, this dish is a meal in itself. With the nutrition of sprouts it surely becomes a healthy lunch/snack/dinner.

The local places in Maharashtra boasts of many such beautiful,spicy misal pav. The recipes vary a little and everyone has their “secret ingredients” added. πŸ™‚ I love making this as its easy, can be made with handy ingredients .

Today, i share my version, simply pressure cooked and ready to eat. πŸ™‚

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Ingredients:

2 Cups Matki sprouted

2 Onions, chopped

1 Tomato chopped

1 tsp Kashmiri Red Chilli Powder

1 tsp Onion Garlic paste

Salt to taste
To temper:

1 tsp Mustard seeds.

1/4 tsp Asafoetida (Hing)

3-4 tsp Oil

1 tbsp Groundnuts

1 tbsp Ginger Garlic paste

1/2 tsp Turmeric Powder

1 tsp Sugar (optional but recommended)

Water as required

Coriander as required

Farsan

Pav/ Bread

1 Lemon Slice

Method:
1. In a pan, heat 3-4 tbsp of oil.

2. Β Add mustard seeds,ground nuts, ginger garlic paste, chopped onions, salt to taste, onion garlic masala, kashmiri red chilli powder, turmeric powder. Mix all the ingredients well.Add salt and mix well.

3. Add the tomatoes, allow to cook and then add sprouts and give it a stir. Add water and pressure cook the sprouts for a couple of whistles. Garnish with Β coriander leaves .

Serve the Misal with some Farsan & Β Pav/ Bread.

Garnish it with chopped onion and lemon wedges.

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Note:

Water should be more as when we add farsan it would get dried up.

Adjust the spice level be adding or reducing the chilli powder. If you don’t have onion garlic powder, just add red chilli powder more (the one that adds spice not the color one)

 

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Author:

Hi, I am Kavita, the owner of this blog.There are many types of foodies; vegeterian, non vegetarian, eggeterian , so i thought foodies should be called "foodaterian". Hence the name.Like most of you, i too was an amateur cook who didn't know even the basics like how much water to be added to rice?. :) With time i have learned and would like to share and learn the recipes. Hope to get love and support from all you wonderful people. You can reach me at twitter: https://twitter.com/foodaterian

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