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Mixed Greens Sai Baaji

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Pav bhaji is undoubtedly an Indian street food very well liked in Mumbai but has slowly but surely gained its popularity all over India.

 Pav Bhaji was invented in Mumbai in the 1850s. It's a spicy, buttery dish that reflects both the city’s multi-culturalism as well as its fast moving lifestyle. It's the quintessential Mumbai meal. Street vendors invented it in the 1850s for the textile staffs in the city. who wer... Read More..

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How to make MIXED GREENS SAI BAAJI

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Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
25 mins
Total time
35 mins
MIXED GREENS SAI BAAJI
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Mix Vegetable
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : March 13, 2019


Ingredients used in MIXED GREENS SAI BAAJI
• Chukka kura - 1 bunch.
• Dill leaves - 1/2 bunch.
• Spinach - 2 bunch.
• Fenugreek leaves - 1 bunch.
• Chanadal (soak) - 2 tablespoons.
• Potato - 1 cup.
• Okra(pieces) - 1/2 cup.
• Bottle gourd - 1 cup.
• Eggplant - 1/2 cup.
• Hing - 1 pinch.
• Tomato - 1 cup.
• Turmeric powder - 1/4 tea spoon.
• Chopped green chilly - 1 tablespoon.
• Coriander leaves(chopped) - 1 bunch.
• Chopped onions - 1 number.
• Chopped garlic - 1 tablespoons.
• Chopped ginger - 1 tablespoons.
• Oil - 2 tablespoons.
• Salt - to taste.
• Coriander powder - 1 tablespoon.
Method:
  • Take a pan heat oil and add ginger garlic, hing, chopped onions, salt, green chilies , turmeric powder, add tomatoes, bottle gourd, okra, eggplant, potatoes, add some chanadal (soaked), add spinach, fenugreek leaves, chukka kura, coriander, dill leaves, add salt, water, coriander powder.
  • Pressure cook (2 whistles) till all these vegetables cooked after cooking mashed these vegetables.

Serve it hot.






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Pav bhaji is undoubtedly an Indian street food very well liked in Mumbai but has slowly but surely gained its popularity all over India.

 Pav Bhaji was invented in Mumbai in the 1850s. It's a spicy, buttery dish that reflects both the city’s multi-culturalism as well as its fast moving lifestyle. It's the quintessential Mumbai meal. Street vendors invented it in the 1850s for the textile staffs in the city. who were lacking enough time for lunch and who also did not want to have a heavy meal as working a physical job with an extra full stomach is difficult. An inventive vendor invented pav bhaji as the solution.

 Very simple yet delicious combination of mashed veggies served with hot buns roasted using a large spread of butter. Have it for lunch, dinner or whenever in-between. There's no need to have a lot of at your home to put this together. just a couple of different amounts of vegetables and a few buns. You can always replace the regular pav, unsweetened Indian bread or bun, with any choice of breads or bun you are able to get your hands on.

 How to make pav bhaji:

It is just a spicy mashed potato masala gravy with many different vegetables (known as "bhaji" in Mumbai) and combined using a special masala powder called Pav Bhaji masala powder, served with pav, an Indian bread.

 Potato, tomato, capsicum, onion and garlic would be the recommended vegetables. Any desirable veggie you can include to make it much more fantastic. The tangy tomatoes give this chat a pleasant red color and potatoes give good amount of thickness to it.

 Pav bhaji masala is one that provides taste and flavor to this recipe. So use some good top quality masala or homemade one.  You can also add some red chili powder, if the spiciness out of your selected pav bhaji powder isn't sufficient. In respect to the desired consistency chosen, you can add water to the pav bhaji.



 

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Indian cooking is amazing! They can even make vegetables yummy. Thank you for being so happy and funny chef you are great to watch and a fantastic teacher.

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WildDoveX Posted on Thu Apr 18 2013

I didn't catch the names of the specialty vegetables between tomatoes and okra, and later after spinach and fenugreek. Would be helpful to know, and to see these veg in their whole state so as to know what to look for at the Indian grocery/produ

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