If you visit Pune, you will find cafés at every nook and corner serving the classic combo – thick and thick Irani chai with butter laden bun – from early 6am in the morning. While bun maska is classic bun with maska (butter) on it, here you will find different variations to this conventional recipe. Some cafes offer grilled bun maska, while some offer bun maska with homemade jelly on it. Each of these variations is super delicious, but if you ask us, the classic one tugs at our heartstrings. The ones who stayed (or stay) in Pune can surely relate to what we said!
How To Make Pune’s Popular Bun Maska At Home | Bun Maska Recipe:
Considering this, we bring the classic bun maska recipe that will remind of you of your Pune days. And the ones who are trying it for the first time, should surely give it a try. All you need to do is take a fruit bun, cut it into two halves. Heat butter on pan and toast the two halves (both sides). Then take some more butter in a bowl and add creame to it. Mix the two together. And spread it on the two halves of the bun. Close it and serve with Irani chai.
Watch the detailed recipe video in the header section.
How To Make Irani Chai | Parsi Chai Recipe:
We just can’t imagine having bun maska without Irani chai. So here we have a special Parsi/Irani chai (choi) that will impress every chai lover out there. This recipe has been shared by actress Delnaaz Irani. And while sharing the recipe on her Instagram handle, Delnaaz mentioned that her chai is the “talk of the town” and it is one thing she’s “proud of”. “My friends come here for my evening and morning chai,” she added.
Try this delicious breakfast combo and let us know how you liked it!
About Somdatta SahaExplorer- this is what Somdatta likes to call herself. Be it in terms of food, people or places, all she craves for is to know the unknown. A simple aglio olio pasta or daal-chawal and a good movie can make her day.