Misal Pav

Misal Pav is a very popular breakfast  dish in Maharashtra. Misal is Usal topped with farsan & chopped onions served hot with pav/bread. Usually misal is made from matki/moth beans but I prefer making it with mixed sprouts.This is my version of making usal we prepare usal in two ways with & without coconut here I have posted the one without coconut .


Ingredients:
for the usal
1 cup boiled sprouts
1 tomato chopped
1 onion chopped finely
1 .5tsp kashmiri chilli powder/as needed
1 tsp coriander powder
1/2 tsp cumin powder
1 tsp cumin seeds
1/2 tsp mustard seeds
1/4 tsp hing/asafoetida
 1 tsp jaggery optional
a sprig of curry leaves
4-5 garlic crushed
1 tbsp oil.
salt to taste.

For the misal 
1 cup farsan/chivda/Mixed Mixture
1/2 chopped onion
Pav/Bread
Slice of lime as needed.

Method:
  • Heat oil in a vessel add cumin ,mustard seeds Once they crackle add curry leaves& hing.
  • Then add crushed garlic and fry for 2-3 min.
  • Then add chopped onions and fry over medium heat till soft & translucent.
  • Put the chopped tomatoes and fry till soft.
  • Mix in the chilli powder and all the powder masalas.
  • Mix the boiled sprouts ,salt, jaggery and add about 1/4-1/2  cup water and let it come to nice boil.
Assembling the misal.
Take the usal in a bowl /Plate ,top it with farsan & chopped onions .
Serve it with pav & slice of lime.


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17 comments:

  1. This looks yummmm........ Healthy and tasty too!!

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  2. Tasty and spicy dush, love it to the core.

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  3. Am inviting myself to ur place, cant resist to this misal pav.

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  4. Another variety of rich breakfast...! Healthy recipe :)

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  5. crunchy. munchy breakfast dear, looks nice...

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  6. Misal with sprouts is making more healthy to this dish....looks so yum..

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  7. Se ve muy delicioso y original su desayuno totalmente variado,abrazos

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  8. Totally yum,looks so tempting

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  9. tasty misal pav. Liked the usage of sprouts in it..

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  10. It looks great dear.. :) I never tasted it before.. sounds interesting :)

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  11. I ain't familiar with some of the ingredients but I do agree that its fantastic to start the day.

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  12. wow wat a co incidence.. i too had done misal pav yday. in drafts .. will post soon..:) .
    urs looks good..

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  13. Looks so tempting dear ..yummy !!

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  14. Looks interesting and delicious!

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  15. What an unusual dish! I had to look up farsan and chivda - didn't know what either of them were. Now that I know I have a much better idea of what this dish would taste like and all of the many textures. Just bought some Kashmiri chili powder so now I really all over this dish! Lovely!

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