Saturday, May 25, 2013

Seyal Pav/Sindhi Bread Masala

Bread have their important place in our daily menu, we cant start a day without a bread or finish our dinner without the famous french baguette. Bread is quite a staple food now for us. When i chosed Sindhi cuisine for this week's blogging marathon, i was bloghopping to make something different with breads or buns from this beautiful cuisine. Finally i landed again at Alka's Seyal Pav and i immediately got hooked to this beautiful dish.

Seyal pav is a Sindhi breakfast dish prepared by cooking dinner rolls with potatoes,onions and tomatoes with usual spices.Alka says that seyal refers to the method of cooking both onion and garlic with little water or sometimes without water. Since i get sweet brioche kind of buns here, i prepared my pav aka dinner rolls at home itself. Seriously everyone at home enjoyed thoroughly this seyal pav for their dinner as we dont have Indian foods for our breakfast, no matter you enjoy this seyal pav for dinner or breakfast am sure this seyal pav will definitely satisfy your tastebuds.Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing this 28th edition.


5nos Soft buns/Pavs (cut as big cubes)
2nos Potatoes (sliced as small cubes)
1no Onion (chopped)
5nos Garlic cloves (chopped)
2nos Green chillies (slit opened)
1no Tomato( grated)
few Curry leaves
1/2tsp Mustard seeds
1/4tsp Turmeric powder
1/2tsp Red chilly powder
Salt
Oil
Water

Take enough oil in a pan, add the chopped garlic cloves and saute for few seconds.

Now add the mustard seeds,curry leaves and let them splutter.

Once the garlic turns slightly brown, add the chopped potatoes, fry for few minutes.

Now add the chopped onions and saute everything again for few more minutes.


Add the grated tomotes,slit opened green chillies,turmeric powder,red chilly powder,salt and cook until the oil gets separates.

Add a cup of water and bring it to boil.

Finally add the cubed pav buns to pan, mix them gently until the water gets absorbs.

Cook in low flame for few seconds and put off the stove.

Serve with your favourite side dish or papads.


33 comments:

Vijayalakshmi Dharmaraj said... Reply To This Comment

wow wow... aks u tempting too much... can have the full bowl...;) n good new look...

Rafeeda AR said... Reply To This Comment

This is such a yummu snack...complete with a mug of horlicks!!! ;)

vaishali sabnani said... Reply To This Comment

Seyal paav looks very interesting. .though I have a different version, I like the use of potatoes in this..

Meena B said... Reply To This Comment

oh thts why all of u r making sindhi dishes

this seyal pav looks like bread upma bt with buns instead of bread

looks yummy

Laxmi said... Reply To This Comment

really tempting ;)

The Pumpkin Farm said... Reply To This Comment

i love the pav or rolls reused next morning to make something similar, this is a new way of reusing the pav for me, more like a poha. am sure this tastes yumm

CHITRA said... Reply To This Comment

Very nice n tempting !

Asiya Omar said... Reply To This Comment

Looks Yum & tempting..

kitchen flavours said... Reply To This Comment

This is an interesting and delicious way of using bread!

Veena Theagarajan said... Reply To This Comment

new item.. tempted.. Chat is my weekness

Kaveri Venkatesh said... Reply To This Comment

Never tried something like this with pav..looks yum

Vidya Chandrahas said... Reply To This Comment

Awesome preparation! a droolworthy dish...yummy and tempting.

Tina said... Reply To This Comment

Delicious..

nayana said... Reply To This Comment

Have tasted it at a friends house and it tastes delicious... Todays post : http://nayanas-kitchen-kreations.blogspot.in/2013/05/ambyache-sasav-mango-side-dish.html

easyfoodsmith said... Reply To This Comment

Love this twist of taste!

Amrita Vishal said... Reply To This Comment

Such a yummy snack

Fimère said... Reply To This Comment

un plat tentant et délicieux bravo
bonne soirée

Torviewtoronto said... Reply To This Comment

deliciously presented looks wonderful

Angie Schneider said... Reply To This Comment

What a fun and satisfying bread recipe!

Nithya Naveen said... Reply To This Comment

Very tempting akka.. pass me that bowl please..

Chef Mireille said... Reply To This Comment

am always amazed how Indian food repurposes bread into curries or stir fry

Nilu A said... Reply To This Comment

Wow! Looks yumm.. Thanks for sharing Priya :-)

Sapana Behl said... Reply To This Comment

Looks fabulous and another dish in my Sindhi cuisine menu !...

Harini-Jaya Rupanagudi said... Reply To This Comment

Looks very appetizing, Priya!

Mina Joshi said... Reply To This Comment

I love this dish. What a great idea.

Sanoli Ghosh said... Reply To This Comment

Looks scrumptious bread masala akka, superb!

today's post:
http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/05/sugar-free-eggless-chocolate-pudding.html

PrathibhaSreejith said... Reply To This Comment

Looks super tempting and finger licking. nice clicks as well !!

Corporate to Kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

A very nice snack & can I have this bowl please:)

Manju said... Reply To This Comment

Interesting and simple one with buns.

Nagashree said... Reply To This Comment

Interesting dish, sounds yumm!

Priyas Feast said... Reply To This Comment

Irresistible sindhi treat...I luv aloo roast and this dinner roll bread masala..

Srivalli said... Reply To This Comment

Very interesting way of using pav..the plate looks so tempting..

Pavani N said... Reply To This Comment

What a delicious dish. Looks too tempting