Saturday, June 28, 2008



Boiled potato- 500 gm
Onion- 2 no (finely chopped)

Tomato- 1 no (finely chopped)

Green capsicum -1 no (finely chopped)

Peas- 100 gm
Carrot- 1 grated

Red chilli powder-to taste

Pav bhaji powder-3 tsp

Butter- 4Tsp

Pav - 10 to 15

Cumin seeds- 1tsp

Ginger garlic paste -2 tsp

Salt to taste

Coriander leaves- For garnishing


Heat 2 Tsp butter in a pan, add cumin seeds, onion, tomatoes, ginger garlic paste and cook.

Add chilli powder, pav bhaji powder to sauté until raw flavour goes off.

Add capsicum, carrot, peas , ½ cup of water and allow to cook.

When the vegetables are almost done add boiled mashed potatoes to mix well.

Check seasoning and garnish with coriander.

Cut the pav, apply butter to toast, to serve with masala and chopped onion.


  1. it is one street food..that can make everyone drool!

  2. Pav Bhaji is truly mouth watering…favorite dish in my family..

  3. Hi Sripriya,
    I hope you got my emails. I have contacted Sailaja at sailusfood and also updated my username at blogger (now Naina instead of gromit). I am freaking out about all this mix up. I just registered my blog there to increase traffic. I don't use sailusfood to post at all and don't want my name there after this. Hopefully Sailaja will be able to fix this and help us both out.
    Good luck to both of us.
    Liked your blog btw.

  4. Pav bhaji looks delectable.

  5. Hi,

    I had pav bhaji for breakfast yday. My mom made it with chick peas, apparently in hotels they use chole to make it tasty and filling. Yeah, i have always wondered why in hotels we are full in 2 tablespoons of bhaji and the one we make at home we eat lots of cups.

    Your pav bhaji looks delicious. Thanks for sharing.

  6. hi views,naina,meera & roma thxs for ur comments



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