Bajji for pavbajji
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Author vahchef Yield No Value
Published Jan 23, 2008 Cooking Time 1 hour
Recipe Type Appetizers Preparation Time 30 min
Ingredient Mix Vegetable Standing Time 1 hour
Description: the curry to go with pav the bread , a famous snack from India

Bhajji for pav bhajji is a spicy vegetable stew that you sop up with the soft small breads.

Recipe of Bajji for pavbajji

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Onion 2 Numbers
Jeera 1 Pinch
Turmeric 1 Pinch
Coriander Pdr 1 Tablespoons
Saunf Pdr 1/2 Teaspoons
Chopped Coriander 1 Bunch
Butter 1 Piece
Ginger Garlic Paste 1 Teaspoons
Lemon
Gr Chilli
Amchoor Pdr
Kasoorimethi
Salt
Pav
Tomato 3 Numbers
Peas 1/2 Cup
Any Other Vegetables 1/2 Cup
Cauliflower 2 Piece
Eggplant Small 1 Numbers
Carrot 1/2 Numbers
Potatoes 2 Numbers

Directions

for curry
  • Heat butter in pan and add cumin,chopped onion and garlic and ginger.
  •  Fry until garlic turns slightly brown. 
  • Add the tomates and gr chillies and cook with all spices till mashed and well done .
  • Add all the vegetables.  Salt and some water (add more water if u like the bhaji thin). Bring to Boil.
  • Remove from flame and add butter top it with chopped onion, and Butter.
  • slit the pav the bread and slightly Serve hot with bhaji and a piece of lemon and chopped onion
Posted Jan 23, 2008

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5 Comments

Sangeetha Apr 7, 2012
Hi Sanjay,
I am a great fan of your site. I learnt Obbat/Poli, Pav Bhaji, Jeera rice and so many from you. These dishes are my daughter's favorite food which I have learnt becoz of you. Your process is very simple to listen and to prepare also. Continue your great work.

Deva Sriram Jul 4, 2011
I am South IndiaN,but cook all north indian dishes by watching your videos. Bajji for pavbajji is the best. Thanks . I really appreciate all ur videos. Take care!

Deva

Swati Nov 10, 2009
Ur cooking n presentation mthds r really excellent as u cook from ur heart n that really shows. To get the deep red colour for the bhaji we need to add beet root with all other vegs that r pressure cooked and u get that awesome red color without any artificail colors, Sanjay u really do an awesome gd job n GOD bless u for that.

amritha Jun 10, 2009
hi sanjay
thank u very much for ur pavbajji recipe
when i seved it to my friends everyone liked it.
everyone ate too much and praised a lot.
now im more confident in cooking bcoz of u.
thanks alot again
i liked ur idea of placing a video for all recipes which are very useful.
chef i would like to suggest u one thing
ur home page is impressive but u used all these group boxes to sort out ur collection.
ur collection is huge and all the older recipes are hard to find so please dont remove any of ur recipes so that we can learn more

Soumya Apr 14, 2009
Hello Chef,

I'm Soumya. A native from Coastal Andhra and a US resident. I really admire the way you enjoy your cooking and inspire so many like us to cook and enjoy. Initially I had a problem to cook. I could manage to cook well but there would be nothing exciting about my food, no variety, and I would simply repeat the few recipes I knew and would hesitate to experiment. Since I had been following your recipes, I started loving my time in the kitchen. I just wonder how you turn simple ingredients into sensible dishes and make them taste great. I really appreciate the effort you put in to inspire people to cook. Thank you so much. Great Job. Great going.

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