Seyal Pav

Seyal Pav
 
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Sindhi seyal pav is a famous breakfast recipe made by cooking dinner rolls in potato onion base.
Ingredients
  • Soft buns (Dinner rolls or laadi pav) 6
  • Potato 1
  • Onion 1
  • Garlic 5 cloves
  • Green chillies 2
  • Tomato 1
  • Curry leaves 5-7 leaves
  • Mustard seeds ½ tsp
  • Turmeric powder1/4 tsp
  • Red chilly powder ¼ tsp
  • Salt as per taste
  • Oil 2 spoons
  • Coriander leaves for garnishing
  • water 1½ cup
Method
  1. Take oil in frying pan, add finely chopped garlic, saute for few seconds
  2. Add curry leaves and mustard seeds and allow them to splutter
  3. When garlic is slightly brown in colour, add chopped potato and fry for a minute
  4. Then add chopped onion and saute till it softens and potato is almost cooked
  5. Then add grated tomato, green chillies, turmeric powder, red chilly powder, salt and fry, till mixture leaves oil
  6. Add about one and half cup of water and bring it to boil
  7. Meanwhile cut each pav in four pieces
  8. When mixture starts boiling add pao and mix them gently until all the water is absorbed
  9. Simmer on low flame for a minute
  10. Garnish with coriander leaves and serve hot with roasted papad

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7 thoughts on “Seyal Pav

  1. I always make the same preparation with the bread. this is v.interesting looks yum

  2. hi my mil makes it too….my in laws are sindhis…what she does is dips the pav into some sour buttermilk..then puts it into the frying pan…makes it more tangy that ways……rest of the recipe is the same….
    yummmmm !!!

  3. Bansari Lakhani says:

    Hi Alka,

    I made the Seyal Pav today.. and the taste was just great, but my husband wants the pav to be a lit crispy and by adding pav to the boiling water my pav got really soggy… anything wrong i did and anything i can do to make it like yours… i see ur pav is crisp and not soggy like mine .. Help! ( i used the Sara Lee buns w. sesame seeds)

  4. HI Alka,I prepared this dish last evening and we loved it.Thanks for sharing such a wonderful and easy recipe.

  5. Hi . I just stumbled upon your site thro a very happy serendipitous error . Your blog reminds me of my sindhi childhood friend and my time at her place. I shall have a lovely nostalgic time going through your recipes.

  6. Alka,
    Seyal Dabal(as we call it 🙂 )is delicious especially when you use leftover pao which has lost it’s softness. I like to add some tamarind to give it a sour kick.

    I’m going through the rest of your lovely site now.

  7. Looks lovely

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