Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Pav Bhaji

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Ingredient's :


1 cup boiled potato nicely mashed

1/2 cup sweet peas
1/2 cup carrot boiled
1 /2 capsicum chopped
1/2 cup onion
1 tomato chopped
1 tsp ginger and garlic paste
1 tsp butter
1tsp lemon juice
2 tbs oil
handful coriander leaves
salt to taste

Masala paste :

1 stick Cinnamon stick

3 cloves

1/2 onion

1 elaichi

3-4 red chillies

Method :

For Bhaji masala

1) Take a pan, dry roast the red chillies, Cinnamon stick, cloves and elaichi ..and keep it aside ..In the same pan add little oil ,then add the chopped onion and fry it till turns golden brown. Let it cool for few seconds and grind to make smooth paste.
2) Take a pan add 2 tbsful of oil when it turns hot add ginger garlic paste,chopped onion. Saute this for few seconds then add capsicum ,peas ,then chopped tomato,when it is half done add ground masala ,boil this for 4-5 minutes .
3) Then add boiled vegetables like ..mashed potatoes and carrots bring it to boil for few seconds Add salt to your taste ..add water if required .
4) Then add chopped coriander leaves and lemon juice serve hot with Pav.

51 comments:

kittymatti said...

Pav bhaji from the scratch huh..with the masale, sounds interesting!!! Very nice Mangala!

Prathibha said...

I think i m the first one to comment here..he he:)
That pav bhaji looks yummy n mouthwatering..Loved those curls on top of that bhaji..n Last night only i had pav bhaji....:)

A2Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Wow looks so yummy and colorful and the last picture with a grating decoration on top of phav. Very nice.

RAKS KITCHEN said...

This recipe sounds very different,u r not using store bought masala! Sure sounds very delicious!!
IS that yellow gratings,lemon?

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

very nice presentation. and i love the decoration too..... yummy pav bhaji

Varsha Vipins said...

oh..thats like popping out from the screen..wish it did popo out to ma mouth which is drooling like nything now..:D:D..The last pic is so aesthetic Mangaluu..:)

My Experiments with Cooking said...

I didn't know bhaji is so simple to make. Looks nice. I must try!

Superchef said...

wow! you made a simple pav n bhaji look soo awesome!!

Lena Rashmin Raj said...

wonderful snap snap................... :)

Suparna said...

hey mangala,
yummm paav bhaaji :) would love to take enough time to gaze at the beautiful pics and then enjoy the delish food:)

Parita said...

Wow Pav Bhaji looks mouth watering..never made masala at home for this..lovely

Priya said...

Oh dear, i love pav bhaji....looks delicious and fabulous...ur clicks makes me hungry yaar...

Chitra said...

ur pics always makes me drool..pavbhaji looks yummmmmmmmmmmyy..i tried palak rice from ur blog and it came out well..soon i'll post in my blog and inform u:)

DEESHA said...

I love pav bhaji .. lovely presentation Mangala

Padma said...

Very colorful and delicious Mangala :)

Vishali said...

I am gonna dig into it right away Managala dear :). Love the snaps and the dish :).

sowmya aneesh said...

hey Mangala your Pavbhaji looks tooo yummy.its looks soooo colorful too.I too have prepared pavbhaji today the recipe which you had given me.its simply superb.and right now I am having it remembering you..thanks dear.....

Vrinda said...

Gorgeous looking pav bhaji..i made this last weeek, i am not posting becoz didn't get a nice shot,urs look fabulous,lov the color...

Sakshi said...

Ha pav bhaji....mommy I want them now...Mangala give me ur address am dropping by right now...

Pavithra said...

wow thats really fantabulous ...ur click rocks mangala..so good curls..love the pav bhaji..my fav..and wish to have right now seeing this.. nice shallots and curls..interesting

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Such a fabulous pav bhaji the masala paste is so provoking I can imagine the aroma of the pasta and the Bhaji too finger licking snack!!!

Asha said...

Hi Mangala, after a long time I am writing again! I never thought of making pav bhaji without ready made masala powder. Your's looks great and really helpful when we don't have masala powder(may be we might stop using masala powder)
I am going to try this. Thanks for all your great recepies.
--AshaSuresh.

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

Most appetizing pav bhaji dear! Great clicks too...

Priti said...

:-(...this is the 3rd chaat item today am looking...Gosh this is too much to control ;)....look sso gud ...u r killing with those awesome pics...

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Thank you
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Shama Nagarajan said...

looks delicious

SriLekha said...

wow! mouth watering pics!

Kalyani said...

wow the bhaji looks delicious & tempting ...... i love the color ... nice pictures .......

Ann said...

I love the way you present your food! It looks so creative and make me feel totally crave for all your recipes!

Gita said...

Hi Mangala...thanks for stopping by my blog. You have a wonderful blog with lovely pictures...I loved reading all your posts :) This pav bhajji is too tempting!

Dhanya Nambirajan said...

Pav Bhaji looks colorful and tempting. Nice click too:)

Lavanya said...

awesome clicks n eye catching garnishing mangala..looks yummy!!

Divya Vikram said...

That looks too good! Am craving for these now!!

Pooja said...

The pav bhaji looks so tempting! Used to be my favourite street food and still is, diff is I dont get here any more! Love ur recipe. Every recipe that I checked needs the pav bhaji masala but urs is made from scratch! Fabulous!

Sushma Mallya said...

Nice Pictures as usual mangala....it surely looks yummy

Hema said...

Pav bhaji is my fav.. as always, the clicks are awesome..

sulekha said...

Looks very delicious!!!never made pav bhaji with fresh masala...as always very nice pics.love those garnishing....:)

Renu said...

I have been looking for paav bhaji recipe, thx for sharing...your pictures are just amazing .....

Kitchen Flavours said...

Oh wow that's an all time favourite snakc...looks colorful, spicy and yum...

Hari Chandana said...

that pav bhaji looks yummyyy..nice pics :)

Pavithra Kodical said...

Hmm this is a mouthwatering dish..I am drooling looking at the picture.Great recipe :)

Ammu said...

Looks delicous and lovely click.

Trupti said...

pav bhaji looks delicious Mangala. Love all photos

Nithya Praveen said...

Hmm this looks so yummy...lovely click.Your pics wud make anyone hungry...how do u do this girl:-P.Lovely one....nice curls on top of it too:)

ARUNA said...

wow this is a nice dish Mangala....looks colorful too, nice clicks!!!

Viki's Kitchen said...

Pav bhaji ...from scratch , no way. u r a great cook. Pav bhaji looks amazing.

Divya Rao said...

Ooooooh, yummy!!

Ammu said...

Lovely dish. There is something waiting for u in my blog.

Supriya said...

Pav Bhaji looks mouth watering...photos looks amazing!

Sagar said...

oh! my god. pav bhaji is also famous in USA. i make a pav bhaji for my Indian food project and every body likes it and i love it.

Sagar said...

oh it delicious. its my favourite food forever.its also famous in america.