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In season of monsoon or winter, all want some spicy, khata-mitha, warm-warm. So, here I am with spicy pav-bhaji. Pav Bhaji is specialty of Mumbai of Maharashtra. In Mumbai at beaches Pav Bhaji is well-known. Bhaji is nothing but, mix vegetables with onion and tomato puree sabji. Mostly bhaji is always eating with fry buns of bread also known as pav.

Ingredients for Pav Bhaji Recipe:

Pav Buns: few

Butter: 50 grms

Potatoes: 3

Onions: 3

Carrots: 2

Peas (boiled): ½ Cup

Cauliflower (shredded): 2 table-spoons

Green Chilies: 2

Big Brinjal: 1

Ginger garlic paste: ½ tea-spoons

Capsicum (optional): 1

Lemon: ½ piece

Tomato puree: ½ Cup

Coriander leaves: ½ Cup

Red Chilli powder: 1 tea-spoon

Pav bhaji masala powder: 1 table-spoon

Haladi powder: ½ tea-spoons

Salt: as per taste

Method How to Make Pav Bhaji Recipe:

Step-1: Take a pressure cooker. Boil all vegetables except peas. Make 5 whistles.

Step-2: Then immerses tomatoes in boiling water.After some time switch off the stove. After it cool, mash them. Add ginger garlic paste and fry for few more minutes till the its brown.

Step-3: Take a pan, add butter in it then add chopped onions, add tomato puree, add boiled vegetables in it, smashed them with masher. Add chili powder, salt, haladi powder and pav bhaji masala. Fry for a 5 minitues. 

Step-4: garnish with coriander leaves. Chopped onions, a small lemon piece.

Step-5: Fry pav in butter. Serve with bhaji.

Additional Tips for Serving Pav Bhaji after Cook Recipe

To make more spicy and test serve Bhaji Pav with Masala Pav here with simple tips to make Masala Pav. Fry the bread in several butter initial. Shake over pav bhaji masala on it, and then fry the bread in this hot butter until searing and turn into golden. Also serves with delicately slice and split onions, crushed cilantro and wedges of lemon. 

To make Pav Bhaji more spicy add garlic past into sabji. 

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