Good morning dear friend!Have a great day in this fantastic city so far away from here and full of life and energy!Léia :-)
Hmmmm! looks delicious! I'll have one! Great shot for the "P" day!
They look like dinner rolls. I like mine with butter.Great post and indian food lesson.
They look a lot like our bread and butter Petits Pains in France...The words are almost similar...Pao...Pain..!!!
Pao Doce Portugese bread?Aloha
They look delicious and just like Parker House rolls, a famous Boston Hotel restaurants rolls.
It looks simple on the outside so it´s hard to say what it tastes like. Must be good.
If it looks like bread (smells like bread, tastes like bread) it must be bread! I went on Google to discover the mysteries of Indian bread rolls & there were none! :)They look yummy. Good with butter, jam & tea anywhere.
Butter would be just fine, just spread it on and pass it over.
It look like a bread, in Singapore pao are steamed, if baked it became bread.
this is definitely pao, in Malaysia we have different fillings inside them ,some are sweet( bean paste, coconut, peanut...) and savory ones (meat or veggie). Yummy!
Yum, looks good. Bet it would be amazing with chicken or vegetables inside!
Pao is a much better sounding words than rolls. The thought of the various filling is moutwathering. Always learning when blogging.
Wow! Looks definitely mouthwatering! Great shot!
some bhajji, kanda and limbu with lots of maska and my lunch is done!
Makes me hungry:)
je te souhaite un bon appétit, cela semble bon. I wish you a good appetite, it looks good.
Good one! That's one thing we all know about Mumbai (at least all us Indians) - the pao.
Yum! I want that for breakfast!
looks very much like a bread roll - does it taste any different to the bread rolls of the west?
@Mediterranean kiwiactually they are 2 loaves of bread.
Local Sarawakian call this 'Roti Pauon' :)This is good for breakfast & teatime.
Looks good! We have buns like that in Holland too.Thanks for sharing.
They do look like our dinner rolls!
Lucky for me lunch is soon or I might be chewing on my monitor ...
hey there...Nice pics...But this pav pic just might be the reason for me to stop visiting ur blog...haha..I am trying to cut down oily stuff..and this pav reminds me of the much desired wada pav..Just kidding.
yea mumbai pav....can't forget dem.
I'll bet they are so good right out of the oven steaming with a dallop of butter. Makes my mouth water. Nice post for the letter P.
I could use some of that right about now. I'm hungry! I deliberately avoided Asha's "Foodie's Hope" today because she always has something awesome cooking over there and now I get blindsided! *sigh* Looks mighty tasty...
I think we'd call them crusty white rolls. Good with cheese and tomato!
Looks warm and inviting!
Nice golden color; if it tastes as good as it looks...
this looks delicious! Please pass some over here thank you very much!
They look like crusty bread rolls! I guess nearly every country has its form of bread, whether made with yeast or not, whether made with wheat or another grain. Sadly, I have a yeast intolerance and shouldn't eat it!
A Portuguese heritage word, that.
Well, you're not short of comments and I've already posted mine, ha ha. But here I am again, this time as your fellow member on the ABC team. This time, I think, I'll echo one of the other comments here - yummm.Pamposh of the ABC Team