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Paav Bhaaji


Paav bhaaji is a very tasty and popular dish of Western India, especially of Mumbai but now a day it is popular all over India including Bihar. You can have it as snack in morning or evening but it is so filling that it can easily substitute your lunch or dinner. Paav is bread and Bhhaji is a combination of assorted vegetables cooked with special spices using lot of butter.


Potato 5 pieces, Onion 1 chopped,5 tomato chopped, cauliflower 1 small pc chopped, Cabbage 1 small pc chopped, capsicum 1 pc chopped, cabbage 1 pc chopped, paste of garlic 1 tea spoon, ginger 1 tea spoon, Paav bhaaji masala 2-3 tablespoons (many popular brands are available in grocery shops),red chili powder 1 tea spoon, turmeric powder 1 tea spoon, Oil 4 table spoon, salt to taste and butter.


Boil all the vegetables except tomato and thereafter lightly grind the vegetables and keep them aside.

Put some oil in pan; heat it and sauté onion pieces adding ginger and garlic paste. Now add tomato pieces and salt to taste and sauté. As the mixture is cooked add Paav bhaaji masala, turmeric and red chili powders and sauté. Now add the vegetables, salt to taste and mix well. Cook the mixture for about 5 minutes. Add some butter and garnish with green coriander leaves.

The delicious Mumbai dish, Paav Bhaaji is now ready to serve. It is had with Paav or bread which is lightly heated with some butter in a pan. Some chopped onion pieces with lemon go along well with this dish.

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