There is nothing that matches the style homecooked meals. And Mira Kapoor agrees, too. Mira, who likes to share snippets from her every day life, lately gave a peek at a particular dish ready by her mom.
“Mom’s legendary masala bread”, she wrote, as she shared an image of the dish ready by her mom, Bela Rajput.
Also referred to as sel or seyal bread, the dish is a Sindhi breakfast specialty, which Mira mentioned that she loves.
Revealing particulars about her “favorite childhood dish”, she mentioned, “It’s taken a much more Punjabi twist over the years, with a lot of tomatoes and onions. My house meals is nothing without tomatoes. We can have it with simply about something.”
Here’s a recipe from Hebbar’s Kitchen that you can use to recreate the recipe at house.
5 – Slice of bread (white/brown)
2 tsp – Butter
2 – Garlic cloves (finely chopped)
1 – Chilli (slit)
2 tbsp – Spring onion (finely chopped)
½ – Onion (finely chopped)
½ – Carrot (finely chopped)
2 tbsp – Cabbage (finely chopped)
2 tbsp – Capsicum (finely chopped)
2 – Tomatoes (finely chopped)
1 tsp – Pav bhaji masala
½ tsp – Salt
2 tbsp – Tomato sauce
*In a big kadai, warmth butter and sauté clove garlic, chilli, spring onion and onion.
*Further add greens, tomatoes and salt. Sauté nicely.
*Now add pav bhaji masala and salt. Sauté nicely.
*Add tomato sauce and blend nicely.
*Now add bread items and blend gently.
*Finally, add coriander leaves and serve bread masala with sizzling chai.
Recently, Anshuka Sharma additionally shared her mom’s particular vegan paella, a rice-based dish which has its origins in Spain’s Valencia.
Would you strive?