If you get the chance, you want to travel all over the country just to eat the various snacks and dishes we have available, right? For example, Kolkata Kati Rolls, Mumbai’s delicious Kotan Bali Vadi, and Gujarat’s fluffy doclas that melt in your mouth. The taste of snacks in these areas has something that makes you feel great when you enjoy it in each state. However, it is impossible to fly every time a thirst strikes. There are no frets. You can make real lunches at home from your favorite destinations. On the journey to discover some delicious local snacks, we came across crispy and delicious peanut-based snacks from the city of Karnataka. With a story of origin as interesting as its name, here’s a way you can devour this famous snack called Parliamentary Panmasara.
Peanuts are a common Indian teatime snack
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It is said to have been cooked for the first time at VB Bakery, Bangalore’s iconic bakery, but the origin of the name is still unknown. Parliamentary bread is said to be named after Masala, which is used as a filling. A story of forgotten origin and a newly discovered fan base make Parliamentary Panmasara a must-see. But until then, for all peanut and bread masala lovers, here’s a recipe you should definitely try.
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How to make Congress Van Masala l Congress Van Masala Recipe
Heat oil and curry leaves, asafoetida, spices and split peanuts in a pan. Mix well and remove from heat. Once cool, mix by hand again and lightly crush the peanuts to give the masala an interesting texture.
Toast the bread with butter in the same frying pan to add flavor, or do the same with another frying pan. Spread the green chutney on the bread and place the peanut stuffing in the middle. Place sliced onions and grated carrots, chopped coriander leaves and chaat masala on top. Sandwich the bread and enjoy it warm with evening tea.
Click here for a detailed recipe for Congress Van Masala.
Try this famous Karnataka snack and let us know if you like it in the comments below.