Eating Indian Street food is an experience you will never forget. It is an inexplicable and indescribable feeling. Street food is a way to a person's heart in India. We know that a lot of us are holding onto the memories of those street food dates and ineffable feelings at this time. So, we know inevitably that Masala Pav with Cheese is a basic snack that can be savoured all around the year. It is an ideal alternative to the conventional pav bhaji recipe, which can be savoured as a snack or meal for lunch or supper. Masala Pav is a mouth-watering and spicy Mumbai Street food. It is made by stuffing a spiced rich onion, tomatoes, and capsicum filling inside a butter-loaded Ladi pav. We can enjoy this scrumptious dish hot as a starter or evening nibble. Also, before you say it, yes, Masala pav tastes like pav bhaji as a portion of the ingredients is something similar like onions, tomatoes, capsicum, and pav bhaji masala powder. Yet, it is served differently.
Sometimes, the masala pav is simply roasted on the Tawa with butter, a lot of coriander leaves, and pav bhaji masala. It is a simple and scrumptious bite to get ready when you need to cook something fast but filling. The recipe can be multiplied or significantly increased and makes for a great party snack as well. This recipe will put you over the moon with that added cheese for a more extravagant feel.
Ingredients for Cheesy Masala Pav:
Milky Mist Processed Cheese - 50 gms
Milky Mist Table Butter - 4-5 tbsps
Pav - 2-3
Finely chopped onion - 2 small
Finely chopped capsicum - 1 small
Finely chopped tomato - 2 small
Garlic paste - 1 tbsp
Pav bhaji masala - 1 tbsp
Red chili powder - 1-2 tbsps
Lemon juice - 1-2 tbsps
Oil - 1 tbsp
Chopped fresh coriander - 3 tbsps
Salt - as per taste
So after you look at the video and cook this deliciousness, we hope that you are able to relive all the goodness of the popular Mumbai Street food masala pav, along with the cheese and the slather of butter that takes this recipe to a holier level. Delicate, buttered warm pavs, chatpata masala, green chutney, and sweet chutney, and the crunchy onions and sev, are a flat-out eruption of flavours in your mouth. What wonderful joy it is with your daily dose of Milky Mist Butter and Cheese.