Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Pav Bhaji from Chef In You(T&T)

This month tried and tasted is hosted by Priya and she chosen DK's Chef in you.I think most of us familiar with her blog.Her beautiful photos and also her way of explaining the recipe will make you want to try at that time.

I decided to try this Indian Pav and Bhaji from her blog and it came out really good.Its was soo good and yummy.We all loved it.

All purpose flour : 3 cups
Active dry Yeast : 1 packet
Sugar : 2tbsp
Salt :3/4 tsp
Warm Water :1/4 cup 
Milk :1-1/4 cup 
Butter :3 tbsp

Mix sugar,water and yeast and keep aside for 10mins to froth.
Mix warm milk and butter.
When the yeast is active,add milk+butter mixture with salt.Mix well.
Add flour to this little by little and mix well.
Bring it to a single and soft dough.
In a floured surface,knead the dough for 10mins.
Place the dough in bowl and keep in warm place till it doubles up.
When it doubles,punch down the dough and roll into a square.
Cut into 10 pieces and roll them and place in a baking sheet.
Pop into oven and leave for 1 hour or it doubles again.
Preheat the oven to 350F and bake for 20 mins or until the tops browns.

Enjoy with butter and jam or Bhaji.

Potato : 1(Boiled)
Mixed Boiled Vegetables : 1 cup(Carrot,Cauliflower,Peas,Beans)
Capsicum : 1/2 cup
Tomato : 2 medium
Fennel Seeds :1tsp
Cumin Seeds : 1tsp
Green Chilli : 1
Turmeric Powder : 1/2tsp
Red chilli Powder :1/2tsp
Ginger : 1 inch (Grated)
Pav Bhaji Masala Powder : 1tbsp
Salt : as per taste
Coriander Leaves & Lemon : For Garnish
Butter : 1tbsp

Boil the Veggies in Microwave.Chop the tomatoes.
In a pan,add butter and add cumin seeds.
When crackle,add fennel seeds and tomotoes.Cook until soft.
Add capsicum,ginger,green chilli and cook.
Add all the spices,veggies and potato and mash well.
Cook for 5-10mins till the raw smells goes off and garnish with coriander leaves.

Serve with butter Pav and lemon.Enjoy.

Sending this to Bookmarked Recipe - Every Tuesday hosted by priya and aipi.

Sending to Tried and Tasted -Chef In You hosted by Priya started by Lakshmi


  1. wooowww from scratch.. wonderful recipe.. looks delicious.. thanks for sharing

  2. I simply loveeee pav-bhaji...Yumm!!!!

  3. Wow! Home made pav buns and bhaji, that's really awesome. Looks simply delicious.

  4. Pav bhaji is one of my favorite, and yours looks scrumptious-especially the homemade pav!!! great job Swapna!
    Thanks a lot for linking it to bookmarked event.
    By the way I just realized that the link back to the event is not working..will appreciate if you can please correct that.

    US Masala

  5. Great looking pav bhaji dear.both the pav and bhaji must have tasted great. Loved the very look of it.

    Hamaree Rasoi

  6. Baaji looks very tempting and tasty,loved it.

  7. the pav and the bhaji look very appetising....

  8. Wow! The pav bhaji looks appetizing and yummy! Slurp!

  9. Home made pav bhajji..looks so inviting

  10. Nothing will beat home made pav and bhaji, bother together looks absolutely prefect and delicious dear, thanks for sending to T&T..

  11. looks yummy n delicious dear...

  12. Pav bhaji is my all time fav street food, takes me days in India :)

  13. pav bhaji looks very tempting and yummy