Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Pav Bhaji

December 15 2009 Dubai
Hi All
I would like to share my experience of pav bhaji with you all what I had in Hyderabad.There was a shop near MG road and we used to eat pav bhaji very frequently there and believe me I haven’t had like that pav bhaji in my life time anywhere.
After I left Hyderabad we always use to remember that taste. So one day I decided to make it my own and you know what I was wonder when my husband told that, the taste is exact like that pav bhaji what, we used to eat in Hyderabad. So here is my recipe for all of you try it.

Pav Bhaji

For Bhaji

Preparation Time:15-20 minutes
Cooking time:-20-25 minutes
Serving: 4 persons

Ingredients :
Potato: 6 medium
Cauliflower: 2 cup
Peas: 1/2 cup
Capsicum: 1/2 cup finely chopped
Onion: 3 medium in size finely chopped
Ginger garlic paste : 3 tsp
Tamoto Puree: 1 cup
Green chilli: 5-6 finely chopped
Oil or butter: 1 tbs
Chilli powder : 2tsp
Gram Masala Powder: 1 tsp
Turmeric powder: 1/2 tsp
Pav Bhaji masala: 3-4 tsp or as required
Salt: as per taste
For garnish:
Coriender Leaves and little butter

 Boil the potatos in cooker with their jackets and mashed it.
 The same way boil the cauliflower and peas with minium water in cooker and mashed it after removing excess water if any.You can use the remain water for bhaji later
 In a kadai put oil and let it heat,then put ginger garlic paste into it and fry for 2 min.
 After that put chopped onion into it and fry till the nice masala smell strat coming from it.
 Put tomato puree green chillies and chopped capsicum along with all masala.
 Fry for 5 min till the raw smell of masala and tomato goes off.
 Add all boiled vegetable along with salt and mashed very well like puree. You can use the remain water of boiled vegetable to make it like bhaji here.

For Pav

Preparation Time: 5minutes
Cooking time: 5 minutes
Serving: 4 persons
Ingredients :

Pav /bun /wheat bread - 6-10 as required
Butter- 2tsp

 Heat a tava and put little butter on it
 Roast the pav with butter and serve it.


Unknown said...

I like Pav bhaji a lot but always enjoyed it outside the home. Your discriptive recipe has tempted me to try it myself.

Keep updating your blog :-)

subhashini said...

Thanks alot