Chicken Kheema Pav is a popular street food dish from India. It consists of minced chicken cooked with aromatic spices, onions, tomatoes, and herbs, creating a flavorful and savory filling. The dish is served with soft and buttery pav bread rolls, allowing you to make delicious and satisfying sandwiches. Enjoy the combination of juicy chicken kheema and warm, pillowy pav for a delightful and fulfilling meal.
Keema Pav — spicy mutton mince slow cooked with spices and loaded between buttered pav — is one of Mumbai’s iconic street foods, right up there with vada pav, misal pav, pav bhaji, omelette pav, anda burji, and bun maska.
The word ‘Keema’ is believed to have been borrowed from the Turkish word ‘Kıyma’, which means minced meat. Keema was a popular breakfast staple in the Awadhi cuisine during medieval India. It was an age when the royal families took their culinary affairs almost as seriously as their administration.