Inspired by that wonderful photo of @Priya Joshi I tried Hari’s Keema Pavs yesterday. Big success!! This morning for breakfast, the sweet version with a filling of grated coconut, raisins and muscovado sugar. Absolutely delicious! I also made a pav without filling which I enjoyed with mango vanilla jam (home-made).

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stripybag
about 1 year

Thanks @boo, I will when I return. 🍷🇫🇷

boo
about 1 year

Hello @stripybag, it is not difficult! The recipe is brillant, so well explained! And it is simply delicious, for tea time, for a snack, for picknick and as a starter with a salad! Give it a try!

stripybag
about 1 year

Hi @boo, read the recipe, might give it a try when the bread making skills have improved. Ha! 🥖

stripybag
about 1 year

Thanks Hari Ghotra and @ Boo, very interesting and entertaining 😂🤣.

Jo Dunn
about 1 year

LOVE the history! 👩‍🎓 thanks so much for that @Hari Ghotra it's really interesting 🙏

Hari Ghotra
about 1 year

Those. Love how food travels across the world.

Hari Ghotra
about 1 year

@boo @stripybag the Portuguese introduced bread to India in 1500 which is called Pao also the early bread makers would make the dough with their feet and Pau means feet in Hindi so I think it comes one of those.

boo
about 1 year

Hello @stripybag see “Keema Pav” under “Search Recipes”. I don’t know where the word “pav” comes from. Maybe a short form for Pavarotti 🤗?? Or from the French word “pavé” which means “paving stone”? Maybe @Hari Ghotra gives us a clue!

Hari Ghotra
about 1 year

@stripybag hey are indian bread rolls - I put a new recipe up and filled them then baked them. They are a big street food fav in India!

Hari Ghotra
about 1 year

Nice work @boo so great to see you trying out different fillings! Thanks @Priya Joshi you have inspired the guys to try a new one!

stripybag
about 1 year

Hi Boo, what is a Pav? They sound nice for when I stop my low carb.🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

Jo Dunn
about 1 year

WOW that's a gorgeous looking pav! I could eat that right now! Fillings sound wonderful! 💕