Rice and roti are two staples of every Indian meal. Explore any regional cuisine, you will find rice and roti in a constant position in every traditional thali. Another popular desi food is bread (or pav). Although the bun originated in Portuguese cuisine, it has become part of our Indian eating habits since the Portuguese invasion of Goa. Now considered desi-style bread, the bun is a popular breakfast food and evening snack. So much so that today you will find buns available in every nook and cranny of India. That’s not all. You will also find various delicious dishes based on brioche (or pav). And then there are also tasty rolls. Wondering what a savory bun is? !
Savory rolls are basically breads made up of different sweet and savory assortments. For example, you will find sweet buns at every local bakery that contain candied fruit. Then there are the masala rolls where different types of herbs and spices are added while kneading the bread dough. You can customize the flavors according to your choice. Here we bring you a recipe that shows how we can bake cobblers and rolls at home. All you have to do is add assortments of your choice to the batter and make it into a sweet bread or masala. Click here for the pave recipe.
Now that you know how to make buns at home, how about giving them a spicy makeover for some sinful indulgences?! We’ve found you two masala bread recipes that can make your breakfast or evening snack a delicious affair. Looked.
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How to make Congress Bun Masala:
A popular teatime snack in Karnataka, it is a peanut-based food that gets its name from the stuffing used in the recipe. To make this dish, heat oil in a frying pan and add curry leaves, hing, some spices and crushed peanuts. Mix everything well and turn off the heat. Once cooled, mix everything again with your hands. Then toast the butter buns in the same pan, spread some green chutney and add the peanut stuffing in the middle. Garnish with thinly sliced onions, grated carrots, chopped cilantro leaves and chaat masala. And your delicious Congress masala bread is ready to be served with a nice cup of chai. Click here for the detailed recipe.
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How to make masala pad:
The very word pav reminds us of Mumbai. A staple food in Mumbai, pav sees different variations in the recipe. One such popular example is masala pav. It is considered a quick and easy way to enjoy the flavors of pav bhaji, without the effort and many ingredients. All you have to do is chop the onions, tomatoes, bell pepper, ginger and garlic, and cook everything in a pot with the pav bhaji masala. In the same skillet, toast the buns. Then add the masala to the bread, garnish with chopped onions, cilantro and lemon juice and serve. Click here for the detailed recipe.
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Both dishes look delicious; is not it? Which of the two recipes above would you like to try first? Let us know in the comments below.