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bun maska recipe , how to make maska bun at home

Priya Joshi | Nov 23, 2016 | Be the first to comment!

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maska bun recipe with step by step photos - bun maska is very simple yet very tasty recipe.Bun maska is a Maharashtrian staple food and has made its way through numerous Indian households due to its comfort food quality just like vadapav. Bun doesn’t need an introduction, but the maska here is no ordinary butter but a mouthwatering blend of fresh cream and butter.I have tried this bun maska at goodluck cafe ,pune first and since then it is one of my favorite recipe😵.



Simplicity is beautiful, they say. Can there be anything simpler than a couple buns smeared with generous amounts of butter along with a cup of piping hot tea? That is exactly what makes this recipe simple yet brilliant.
Bun maska is one of my favorite break-fast recipe but i need to control my cravings as it has a generous amount of butter😜

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Recipe Details for making bun maska below:

  Recipe maska bun-how to make bun maska

Prep Time :5 min
Cook Time :2 min
Total Time :7 min
Main Ingredient : buns
Serves :3 buns
Cuisine : mumbai , indian

Ingredients:
  • fresh buns / ladi pav - 3 nos
  • fresh cream - 2 tbsp 
  • butter - 2 tbsp
  • fruit jam - 1 tbsp ,approx [optional]
Method/Assembling: 
  1. take a mixing bowl and mix butter and cream well.
  2. slice buns and spread jam in it.
  3. heat tava and heat pav on tava for a minute to make it warm.
  4. turn off the flame.
  5. spread butter-cream mixture inside and outside well.
  6. serve buns with hot tea.
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