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By Neha Agrawal
Highly revered for its drool-worthy taste, Pav Bhaji recipe is one such Indian cuisine that can leave one salivating by its aroma. The flavorsome and hearty Indian meal is a delicious mix of wholesome vegetables, authentic Indian spices, and sense-delighting herbs. Any Indian food lover who finds solace in the magic of the much-loved dish swears by its deliciousness and how!
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BABY EGGPLANTFor 1 LBS
Baby CarrotFor 1 LBS
ONIONS REDFor 1 COUNT
LEMONS LARGEFor 1 LBS
TATA SALTFor 1 KG
PEPPERIDGE HAMBURGER BUNSFor 14.5 OZ
National Ginger Garlic PasteFor 750G GM
Pav Bhaji is Indian cuisine, quite famous as Indian street food. Mainly prepared in Mumbai, India as a go-to delicious street snack, the savory dish is made using fresh, diced vegetables, authentic Indian spices, and a whole lot of love! It is served with soft pieces of bun/bread, known as Pav, and tastes best when served warm and topped with citrusy lemon juice.
The Indian snack consisting of thick vegetable curry savored with soft buns is all that deliciousness could be made of. The tantalizing aroma brings along some wholesome goodness that makes the dish score amongst one of the best-loved snack foods of all time.
Preparation Method for Pav Bhaji Recipe
Place all the vegetables (except onions & capsicum) into a pressure cooker with 1/2 cup of water and 1/2 tbsp of salt on a high flame. Once the pressure forms, turn off the burner.
Once the cooker cools down, mash the boiled vegetables until they form a thick paste.
Heat a wok with butter. Add finely diced onions and ginger garlic paste, and saute until the onions turn golden brown. (Fry for a minute)
Add finely chopped capsicums and green chilies to the sauteed onions. Fry them well together. Add pav bhaji masala and 1/2 tbsp of coriander powder. Mix well and cook till soft.
Add the mashed vegetables to the onion mix on a high flame. Stir well and let them simmer on low flame until the gravy thickens. Turn off the stove.
Squeeze some lemon juice and mix well. Garnish with coriander leaves and serve with soft buns/ pavs. Savor hot!
Note: The values are approx and are calculated based on one serving size.
Energy : 400 cal
Fiber : 4.5 g
Folic acid : 38.6 mcg
Iron : 2.2 mg
Carbohydrates : 57.9 g
Vitamin A : 1100.7 mcg
Vitamin E : 0.5 mg
Protein : 9.4 g
Vitamin C : 54.4 mg
Calcium : 70.2 mg
Now that you have the best pav bhaji recipe, time to order some farm-fresh groceries to make a delicious Indian dinner tonight!