Pav Bhaji Recipe is popular street food from Mumbai. Bhaji is a combination of mix match vegetables and some Indian spices served along with toasted Pav.
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Pav Bhaji Recipe – How to Make Restaurant Style Pav Bhaji
Pav bhaji masala is another street food very common in Mumbai.
Pav Bhaji Recipe
Ingredients for Bhaji
- 4 Potato boiled and peeled
- 5 Tomato roughly chopped
- 1 Carrot roughly chopped
- 1 Green Bell Pepper roughly chopped
- 1/2 Cup Peas
- 1.5 tbsp Pav Bhaji masala
- 4 tbsp Oil
- 50 - 60 gms Butter
- Salt to taste
Ingredients to Grind:
- 1 tsp Fenugreek Leaves
- 1 tsp Fenugreek Seeds
- 6-7 nos Cloves
Ingredients for Tadka
- 2 Onion finely chopped
- 1 tbsp Ginger & Garlic Paste
- 1 tbsp Pav Bhaji Masala
- 4 tsp Kashmiri Red Chilli Powder
- 50 - 60 gms Butter
- 1 tsp Salt
- Water as required
Ingredients to fry Pav
- Pav as required
- Butter as required
- Pav bhaji Masala as required
- Coriander Leaves handful, finely chopped
How to make Bhaji
- Heat oil in a pan on a medium flame.
- Add bell pepper and fry for few minutes.
- Now add carrot and fry for 2-3 minutes.
- Add peas and give it a nice stir. Cook for few minutes until soft.
- Now add tomato, salt, ground masala, pav bhaji masala and butter. Mix and give it a nice stir.
- Now cook the vegetables mashing in between until soft.
- Once you see that the oil are getting separated, add mashed potato and mix everything well.
- Mash everything well and cook for few more minutes and switch off the gas. Take out the masala in a plate and set aside.
How to give Tadka
- Now heat the same pan or a different pan, add butter to it.
- Add chopped onion, ginger-galic paste, kashmiri red chilli powder, pav bhaji masala and salt if needed.
- Fry onion by adding little water in between so that the onion becomes soft and cooked well.
- Once onion gets cooked well and became soft, add bhaji masala we have prepared and mash everything well.
- Add water to the desired consistency and mash this mixture well.
- Now cook bhaji uncovered for about 7-8 minutes.
How to fry Pav for Pav Bhaji
- While the bhaji is simmering, you can fry pav so that you can serve the pav with hot bhaji, the way it is served in the restaurants.
- Slice the pavs from center.
- Heat a pan or tawa.
- Keep the flame low, add butter to it.
- When the butter starts melting add a bit pav bhaji masala and chopped coriander leaves and mix it well and spread on tawa properly.
- Now place the pav on the butter.
- Rotate the pav all over the melted butter.
- Now turn over the pav and rotate them on tawa so that the second side absorbs the butter.
- Add more butter if required and toast them well from both sides.
- Follow the same process for the rest of the pavs.
How to serve Pav Bhaji
- Take some bhaji in a serving plate.
- Top it up with a cubes of butter.
- Sprinkle some onion and also some lemon juice on top of the bhaji.
- Now serve steaming hot bhaji along with the pan fried butterd pav.
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