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Masala buns

Masala buns are a type of savory bread that is popular in many parts of India.

The filling for masala buns typically includes potatoes, onions, green chili, and a mix of Indian spices such as cumin, coriander, and turmeric. The filling is so simple and easily found in our regular pantry.

Masala buns can be enjoyed on their own as a snack, or served with chutney or a hot cup of chai. They are a popular breakfast or tea-time snack in many households and can be found at many Indian bakeries and street-side stalls.

This recipe is so simple and so quick to make that I would like to prefer to have it 2 times a week. And you can have this any day as a snack also or you can give this in the kids' lunch box.

Masala buns as a lunch box for kids :

Masala buns can be a great option for a kids' lunch box. They are tasty, filling, and easy to pack. Here are some tips for packing masala buns in a lunch box:

Make sure the buns are completely cooled before packing them. This will prevent them from getting soggy or mushy in the lunch box.

Wrap the buns tightly in foil or plastic wrap to keep them fresh. You can also use a small food container to prevent the filling from spilling out.

Pack some fresh fruits or vegetables on the side to balance the meal. Carrot sticks, cucumber slices, grapes, or apple slices can be a great addition to the lunch box.

Include a small container of yogurt or a cheese stick for some added protein.

If your child likes a little extra spice, you can also include a small container of chutney or hot sauce to dip the buns in.

Overall, masala buns can be a fun and delicious addition to a kids' lunch box, and with some careful packing, they can stay fresh and tasty until lunchtime.


Masala buns as snacks

Masala buns are a great choice for weekend snacks, whether you're looking for something to enjoy with your family or to serve to guests. Here are a few ideas on how to serve masala buns for a weekend snack:

Masala buns can be served as is, with some chutney or sauce on the side. This makes for a simple and delicious snack that can be enjoyed anytime.

If you can add more fillings, you can slice the masala buns in half and add some cheese, lettuce, or any kind patties to make a masala bun.

If you're having guests over, you can serve masala buns as part of a snack platter with some other Indian snacks such as samosas, pakoras, or bhajis.

Whether you choose to serve them on their own or with some other snacks, masala buns are a tasty and versatile option for weekend snacking.


Ingredient for masala buns :


Boiled potatoes



Fresh coriander

Green chili optional

Bhaji pav masala

Chaat Masala

Black salt

Oil or butter

Method :

  • Cut buns into half.

  • Heat tava and add oil or butter

  • Now Add masala and fresh coriander.

  • Toast buns first from outside and let it soak all masalas.

  • Now turn it and fill it with sliced potatoes tomatoes cucumber

  • Sprinkle some more masalas.

  • Cut and serve.

  • Serve with sauce or chutney.

  • Enjoy

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