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Enjoy masala pattice pav at home with this easy recipe

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By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 3, 2020 2:10:24 pm
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You could call it a rendition of the mighty burger, but pattice pav, a speciality street food from Mumbai, is equally popular across Maharashtra. Made with pav and spicy masalas, this finger-licking street food can be easily whipped up at home. And if the pandemic has made you miss street flavours, this recipe will definitely make up for it. Here’s a simple recipe that we came across on chef Sanjeev Kapoor‘s Instagram.

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The pyaar for Pattice Pav is real. Mumbaikars, do you agree with me? #FoodFriday Full Recipe ⬇️ Prep Time : 26-30 minutes Cook time : 11-15 minutes Serve : 4 Level Of Cooking : Easy Taste : Spicy Ingredients White bread slices 4 Potatoes boiled, peeled and mashed 4 medium Turmeric powder 1 teaspoon Salt to taste Oil 1 1/2 tablespoons Butter 2 tablespoons Red chilli paste 2 tablespoons Green chutney 8 tablespoons 2 sets of 2 pav each Tomato sliced 1 medium Onion chopped 1 medium Processed cheese grated 1/2 cup Processed cheese block 50 grams Sev as required coriander leaves chopped 4 teaspoons Method Step 1 Place white bread slices on top of one another, trim the edges and put them in a bowl. Add a little water and let them soak for 1 minute. Squeeze out excess water and add it to mashed potatoes in another bowl and mash them together. Step 2 Add turmeric powder and salt and mix well. Divide the mixture into 4 equal portions and shape them into a round pattice. Step 3 Heat 1 tbsp oil on a non-stick tawa, place the pattice on it, and cook on medium heat, turning sides, till evenly golden on both sides. Place them on a plate. Step 4 Heat remaining oil and butter on the same non-stick tawa, add red chilli paste and 4 tbsps green chutney, mix well and saute on medium heat till oil separates. Step 5 Slit each set of pavs into half without cutting through, open them out and place them over chutney mixture, cut side facing downwards. Flip and place 2 pattice on base half of each set. Place 1 tomato slice on each pattice, followed by onion and some processed cheese. Grate some processed cheese over the pavs, place 1 tbsp green chutney on each pattice, garnish each pattice with a little sev and coriander leaves. Bring the top half of the pavs over. Step 6 Transfer pattice pav onto serving plates and serve immediately.

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Here’s what he said: “The pyaar (love) for Pattice Pav is real. Mumbaikars, do you agree with me?”

Prep time: 26-30 minutes
Cook time: 11-15 minutes
Serves: 4

Ingredients

4 – White bread slices
4 – Potatoes boiled, peeled and mashed
1 tsp – Turmeric
Salt to taste
1½ tbsp – Oil
2 tbsp – Butter
2 tbsp – Red chilli paste
8 tbsp – Green chutney
2 sets of 2 pav each
1 – Tomato, sliced
1 – Onion, chopped
½ cup – Processed cheese, grated
50g – Processed cheese block
Sev as required
4 tsp – Coriander leaves, chopped

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Method

*Place bread slices on top of one another, trim the edges and put them in a bowl. Add a little water and let them soak for a minute. Then squeeze out excess water and add them to mashed potatoes and mix.
*Add turmeric powder, salt and mix well. Divide the mixture into four equal portions and shape them into a round pattice.
*Heat one tablespoon oil on a non-stick tawa, place the pattice on it and cook on medium heat, turning sides, till evenly golden on both sides. Place them on a plate.
*Heat remaining oil and butter on the same non-stick tawa, add red chilli paste and four tablespoons of green chutney, mix well and saute on medium heat till oil separates.
*Slit each set of pavs into half without cutting through, open them out and place them over chutney mixture, cut side facing downwards.
*Flip and place two pattice on base half of each set.
*Place 1 tomato slice on each pattice, followed by onion and processed cheese. Grate some processed cheese over the pavs, place one tablespoon green chutney on each pattice and garnish with a little sev and coriander leaves.
*Close with top half of the pavs over.
*Transfer pattice pav onto serving plates and serve immediately.

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