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Monday, July 25, 2011

Pav Bhaji - Pav Bhaji Recipe - How to make pav bhaji masala

Pav Bhaji Masala Recipe
I was craving for Pav Bhaji last weekend......So went to a near by bakery just to eat this chat and unfortunately Pav bhaji was not there on that particular day the reason being Pav buns were out of stock so came back home disappointed. The next day I got pav buns(I had vada pavs in mind too as I wanted to click stepwise :)) and pav bhaji was ready at home for the next day breakfast :)
Pav Bhaji Masala Recipe
Yummy homemade pav bhaji is ready in minutes. Once ur veggies are boiled and kept ready pav bhaji can be done in a jiffy. Whenever its chat outside I go blindly with either pav bhaji or dahi puri, they are my fav anytime and in my case the craving never ends for chat atleast when it comes to pav bhaji and dahi puri.
Pav Bhaji Masala Recipe


Pav Bhaji Recipe - Ingredients

Preparation Time : 15 mins | Cooking Time : 30 mins | Serves : 2
Recipe Category: Snack | Recipe Cuisine: North Indian

Pav buns - 2
Potatoes - 2 chopped roughly
Beans - 8 chopped roughly
Carrot - 2 chopped roughly
Tomatoes - 2 chopped finely
Peas - 1/4 cup
Ginger garlic paste - 1 tsp
Pav bhaji masala powder - 1 tbsp
Red chilly powder - 1 tsp
Cooking oil - 1 tsp
Butter - 2 tbsp
Onions - 1 chopped finely
Coriander leaves - 1 tbsp for garnish
Lemon Juice - 1/2 tsp

Method:

  1. Chop the veggies roughly. Pressure cook all the veggies till soft(say 4-5 whistles).Drain water and reserve the stock.Then mash it well with a laddle. Set aside.
    How to make pav bhaji - Step1
  2. Heat oil and 1 butter in a pan, saute the onion(reserve some for garnishing too), add ginger garlic paste and fry till slightly browned.
    How to make pav bhaji - Step2
  3. Add tomatoes and saute till mushy and raw smell leaves. Now add capsicum and saute for 2mins.Add turmeric and red chilli powder,required salt and mix.
    How to make pav bhaji - Step3
  4. Then add the mashed veggies and combine.Add pav bhaji masala powder and mix well. Now add the reserved stock water.
    How to make pav bhaji - Step4
  5. Allow it to boil(adjust salt at this stage) and let it cook in sim till it becomes slightly thick. Add lemon juice and coriander leaves and switch off.Toast the buns with remaining 1tbsp butter. Serve the toasted pav buns with bhaji . Garnish onions and sprinkle few drops of lemon. Always serve hot!
    How to make pav bhaji - Step5
Serve with any parathas or variety rice.
Pav Bhaji Masala R`ecipe

My Notes:

  • You can also veggies like beans and cauliflower.
  • If you dont get pav buns, go ahead with normal milk buns or butter buns.
  • Chopped tomatoes can be added too. Dont skip chopped raw onions and coriander leaves while serving.
  • The bhaji goes well with toasted bread too.
  • Dont skip butter as its the main ingredients which makes this chat tastier.
Pav Bhaji
Written by: SHARMILEE J

54 comments:

  1. awesome ...my all time street food...and very nice clicks too...

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  2. Pav bhaji is always the topper when it comes to chat:)

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  3. wow!!yummy pav bhaji!!nice click sharmiee

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  4. One of d most fav chaats..looks yumm

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  5. Woww! This has always been my favourite street food, more of a comfort food actually and such an authentic Bambaiyya snack at that! Thanks for sharing Sharmi..and lovely pics u have there!

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  6. looking fabulous, my daughter's fav.. she wants to make this for lunch box tom.For a change will try ur version

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  7. One of my very fav chat.Yummy yummy and pics are good.

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  8. Pav bhaji is always such lovely chat, my family just loves it ...looks so inviting Sharmi:)

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  9. Love this any day...inviting clicks

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  10. Wanting to try Paav bhajji for a long time...your paav bhajji looks so tempting :)

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  11. Yummy pav bhaji!!!! Now im craving for this popular indian street food!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  12. Superb!!! Just love paav Bhaji..Thanks for sharing..

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  13. wow!!yummy pav bhaji!!nice click sharmiee

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  14. Its morning here when I am reading this post and want to eat pav bhaji right out of your pic for breakfast! :-) !

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  15. This is an all time favourite snack ! Nice pics too !

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  16. wow delicious pav bhaji.Loved the last click,luks awesome...Now i need a bite:)

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  17. OMG... Great Mind Thinks Alike!
    I had the same for the weekend.
    Your clicks are delicious...

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  18. Pav bhajis are such a favorite of mine... looks great.

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  19. My fav... They look really tempting../

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  20. Truly tempting pics ~ love love,love pav bhaji, anytime, any day :)
    US Masala

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  21. Yummm and when do I not crave PB...

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  22. My all time favorite dish.Serve me ghee toasted pav and delicious bhaaji and a cup of masala chai and I will love you all my life Sharmi.

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  23. Superb tempting recipe and clicks..

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  24. my favourite street food, more of a comfort food actually and looks soo droolworthy with yummy clicks

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  25. Woww..My favourite chat item.Looks very yummy and tempt me to taste..

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  26. Woww..my favourite chat.Lokks very yummy and tempt me to taste.
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  27. delicious looking pay bhaji looks wonderful

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  28. Yummy dear .. love the clicks and the mix looks tempting.

    Vardhini
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  29. one of my all time fav snack....n' the clicks are just so inviting....how i wish i could dig into some of these....lovely post dear...:)

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  30. Absolutely divine pav bhaji! I loved the blend of spices! Perfect to satisfy hunger the Indian way!

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  31. You are totally making me drool...i am sooo craving for some spicy food now!!Looks superb!!

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  32. Pav bhaji and golguppas are my fav street food. Very inviting pictures

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  33. Now you are tempting me so much for this .....fab pics

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  34. I'm looking for easy Indian recipes! this is perfect

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  35. Browsing the web of blogs, I ended up here in yours.
    I love your blog: Recipes, graphics, all the interesting content.
    I have added to your followers so you do not lose more sight.
    If you like,come in my blog... you're welcome.
    Excuse my English, I'm Italian
    La Magica Zucca

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  36. Yummy and delicious Sharmi. This is one of my favorite chats. Loved all the snaps. Excellent as always.

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  37. Tempting clicks dear,delicious and perfect looking..

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  38. Pav bhaji looks awesome delicious.

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  39. Itha yaravathu vendamnu solvangala.. supera irukku sharmi.. Love each and every clicks sharmi...

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  40. I love this bhaji with roti's n poori's too..at times with idli /dosa..Looks fab and really am craving for this now..great pics as well

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  41. Love this bhaaji anytime looks delicious.

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  42. Love love love pav-bhaji...looks droolingggggg!!!

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  43. Super delicious pav bhaji,craving for some now,loved the clicks!

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  44. Tried it this evening. Came out well. Thanks to you these days many items have become homemade....

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  45. if fresh peas are not available than can i use dried green peas????

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    Replies
    1. Yes you it use dried green peas too....

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