Lamb Mince with Peas
Portuguese explorers introduced bread to India in the 1500s when they settled and ruled Goa. The bread is called Pao in the Portuguese language and this is still the case in Goa. In the rest of India, it's called Pav Roti and it's one of Mumbai's biggest fast food dishes.
The actual Pav or bread is a super light and fluffy bread bun which is toasted, loaded with butter and filled with delicious spiced fillings. Pav Bhaji is the most common which is when the Pav is filled with a mixed vegetable curry. Keema Pav is also pretty special and it's when the bread is filled with a flavoursome minced lamb mixture. It's great on the go food and is eaten by millions of Indians every day. It's made with a few unique ingredients - milk powder and ghee for ultimate softness and here is how you make it.
|Typical values*||per Serving|
|of which saturates (g)||5|
|of which sugars (g)||6|