Misal Paav

Is a very famous Maharastrain snack. Long time since i have made this at home. So prepared especially for my husband. He likes all Maharastrain and few Andhra dishes.
Misal paav is nothing like karnataka's (kaalu saru) sprouts sambar. Just a little bit of change the masala and adding onions into the misal, You can have it along with buns (paav) butter fried. I have used the Maharashtrian Goda Masala for this.
For Goda Masala, i have borrowed the recipe from Trupti's Blog. For Misal recipe i have used the recipe from Mumbai Masala as a guideline but I have changed the method.

Ingredients for Usal & Kat (curry)
  • Moth / Matki Beans - 2 cups (Sprouts)
  • Goda Masala / Garam Masala - 2 tsp
  • Salt to taste
  • Red Chilli powder - 1 tsp
  • Jaggery - 1 tsp or small piece
  • Potatoes cubes - 1/4 cup
  • Onion, chopped - 1/2 cup
  • Tamarind pulp - 1 tsp
  • 5 tsp Oil
For Garnishing
  • Farsaan (Mixed spicy mixture) / Any spicy mixture
  • Onion, chopped
  • Coriander leaves, chopped
Method for curry / kat
  •  Soak moth /matki beans overnight. Drained out the water and cover it tightly and leave them to sprout for one day
  • Cook the sprout in the pressure cooker till 2 or 3 whistle.
  • Take a pan heat oil and add 1/2 tsp mustard seeds allow to splutter, add hing / asafoetida, add turmeric a pinch.
  • Add chopped onions and fry till get pink color
  • Add Potato cubes fry and add 1/4 cup of water & boil till potatoes tender
  • Add cooked sprouted beans add 1 cup of water
  • Add salt , goda masala, chilli powder, tamarind & jaggery, add one by one
  • Bring to boil for 5 to 8 minutes till semi thick.
To Serve
  • Take a plate pour ladle full of curry
  • On top of it spread onions
  • Sprinkle farsaan or any mixture and sprinkle coriander leaves
  • Serve with hot butter fried buns / paav

Recipe Source : Mumbai Masala

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Trupti said...

Misaal Paav looks very delicious Mala. I am glad that you tried Garam Masala recipe

Unknown said...

Misaal pav never tried them at home, looks mouthwatering Mala.

Pavani said...

Misaal Pav looks yummy and mouth watering. Will make this soon.

Cham said...

I never tasted this one, looks very tempting!

Sumathi said...

Missal Pav is one of those which i love to eat.. Yours looks so yummy.. i have a slightly different versiono on my blog..

Dori said...

Hmmmm, that looks really tasty!

Ashwini said...

Love misal..It has been a while since we had this.It looks delish

FewMinute Wonders said...

Its been a long time since I blogged or looked at blogs. This paav that you have prepared is something that makes my mouth water.Good job.

Manju said...

that really does look very delicious!!

KonkaniBlogger said...

Oh yummy, long time since I had it, your picture looks very good. Please pick your award frm my blog.

Anonymous said...

Looks yummy !!! WILL TRY ...IT


Uma said...

ooh, so tempting pic. looks lovely.

Finla said...

Wow it looks drooley delicious, wish i had them.

Sia said...

delicious... i made it last month and i am hooked to it :)

Kannada Cuisine said...

Love it..

Gayathri said...

I love this snack, mumbai is famous for this great dish..

Priya said...

This has been on my to-do list forever now! Your looks soo tempting!