Katdare Misal Masala
It is the masala to be used inside a classic Maharashtrian delicacy, Misal Pav.
What is Misal Pav?
Misal pav (Marathi: मिसळपाव) is a popular dish from Maharashtra. It consists of misal (a spicy curry usually made from moth beans) and pav (a type of Indian bread roll). The final dish is topped with farsan or sev, onions, lemon and coriander (cilantro).It is usually served with bread or rolls toasted with butter and buttermilk or curd and papad. It is served as a breakfast dish, as a snack and also as a full meal.
Net weight: 50 gms
Shelf Life: 4 months from date of manufacturing.
Taste Profile: Hot and Spicy
Ingredients: Red chilli, onion, salt, garlic, coriander, clove, black pepper, cinnamon, bay leaf, star flower, chirfal, edible oil, sugar.
Located: Satara, Maharashtra
Katdare Foods is very well known in Maharashtra for the taste, authenticity and quality of products it provides. It is the ultimate taste maker of Maharashtra.
The brand was started in 1958 in Satara, by late Shri. Balkrishna Katdare and his wife late Smt. Pramilabai Katdare as a home activity with the purpose of introducing a few products for daily consumption. With a delectable and authentic taste guaranteed every time, because of the fact that they still follow the traditional pounding process; today, the brand has become a legacy of delivering authentic taste with an enriched experience of more than 60 years!
Recipes/Ways to Use:Take one medium size onion finely chopped and saute it in 5 tablespoon oil till it becomes brown. Add one medium size tomato finely cut and one pack of ‘Katdare Missal Masala’ mix it well and keep frying till the mixture start leaving oil and you can see oil layer up on the top. Add 5 cups of water into this and bring it to boil. It is called as kat for the missal. Now take 150 gms of sprouted moth beans (matki), red chilli powder, salt and cook it till tender. Once the kat and usal is ready, finely chop onion and tomato. While serving, in a big soup bowl add spoonful matki usal, pour the ready missal kat over it. Add 2 tbsp chiwda, farsan, sev, 2 tbsp chopped onion, chopped tomato, lemon juice and chopped fresh coriander. Serve hot with slice bread.
For making missal kat more hot and spicy, add ‘Katdare Missal Masala’ as per choice and taste.