Thursday, April 26, 2007


To be frank this was my first try on Pav bhaji, it has come out very delicious, we both enjoyed it alot.I had in my mind past 2 years, that was from before my wedding, i should try this once for sure....atlast i did it now in U.S

Potatoes - 2 big
Carrot - 2 or 1
Beans - 10
Cauliflower - 10-15 florets
Peas - 1 cup
Pav Bhaji Masala(i used MDH company)
Red Onion- 2
Butter- 2tsp
Salt - as per taste

Onion - few
Corriander leaves


Boil all the vegetables ,fry onion in butter and add coarsely chopped tomotoes ,Pav Bhaji Masala and salt.

Now transfer the Boiled vegetables and on high flame, mix and mash well for about 10-15minutes.Allow it to cook well and serve hot with butter roasted Pav..

Don't forget to garnish with chopped onion,lime juice few drops, corriander leaves before serving..

Do you feel it easy?Yep!!!you are correct, it didn't take much time apart from chopping vegetables....

As masala contains all the major spices needed for the recipes i didn't add any more.


One day evening i felt lets do something different from our usual and routine menu..

I prepared Glucomole, bean paste, veg.salad.Already had flour tortillas in my pantry...While my hubby sat for dinner i displayed these items, he was totally happy as he didn't expect this was change from our rice, sambar, rasam,veg.curry etc.....

I like to share the recipe with all my dear bloggers..


Asha said...

I love MDH pav bhaji and tastes very authentic!!Looks great.Mexican dinner!!Our family fav,that one!:))

USHA said...

Hi Ashaji,

Yep! you are correct, MDH brand taste good, even i got kitchen king masala from that brand.Great! you liked it...(mexican dinner)

Seema said...

Pav Bhaji is my all time fav too. I am sure now that you have made this once you will keep making it all the time. It is indeed addictive and simple to make too isn't it? I love Mexican food and guacamole with tortillas tastes yummmmmmmm. Thanx for sharing buddy.

DEEPA said...

usha ....last night we also had pav bhaji .I have taken the snap but still not posted .Will post it soon ..What a coincidence man....

Mythreyee said...

thats a real treat usha. pasikkudhu enakku.

Cynthia said...

I love Mexican food. And the combo you made there - guacomole, refried beans and veggies - yummy.

Sharmi said...

its long time since I have made pav bajis, will want to make one this weekend. nice pics. and great mixican food!!

Prema Sundar said...

Pav bhaji looks lovely.. I was using badshaah pav bhaji masala.. got over and was thinking to buy a different barand.. I will try out MDH this time.
Mexican dinner is my all time fav

USHA said...

Hi Seema,
Thanks...even oncein a while i like to have a variety cuisine..due to bad weather, sometime we sit at prepare at home and fulfil our thirst.

Hi Deepa,

Saw your version of pav,it was good.

Hi Mythi,
Thanks .Vanga viruthukku...

Hi Cynthia,

Thanks alot dear.


USHA said...

Hi Sharmi,
Thanks.Prepare and enjoy the recipe,weekend dear.

Hi Prema,

MDH compnay is also good prema. Try this time, even kitchen king masala is superb..

KitchenFairy said...

I am using mother's recipe PavaBhaji masala.Next time I will try MDH.From ur pics It is clear that it tastes good.

swapna said...

MMmyummy pavbhaji!!!i am not that fond of mexican food ..but want to try really as i am watching all of blogger friend's recipes...
thanks for sharing usha!!!!

Menu Today said...

Hi Usha,
Yummy Pav-Bhajji!!!! Lovely treat Thanks for sharing.

trupti said...

Hi Usha...both the Pav-bhaji and Mexican items look good! those buns have been toasted to perfection..MDH and Everest brand are both good...! The right masala powder makes so much a difference.


Sia's Corner said...

i will show ur recipe for everyone who says its difficult to make pav bhaji:) i too find it very easy to make at home.
mexican dinner? bring it on usha:)

USHA said...

Hi Kitchenfairy,
Try this and sure will enjoy it.Thanks for your compliment.

Hi Swapna,
Yep! even i was not that crazy, but now-a-days feels like need some change in our daily occasionally try other cuisines too.

Hi MT,

USHA said...

Hi Trupti,
Ya! you are correct, when a good branded masala is used, it adds a richness to the recipe..Thanks.

Hi Sups,
Thanks.It was really very easy than what i felt before trying it..Hope had nice weekend.

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

Hi Usha,
Lovely.those pav bhaji look mouth watering.Hmm just cant wait to have them.will surely prepare some as those have temted me a lot.

USHA said...

Hi Soumya,

Thanks.Do try and let me know..

Vcuisine said...

How come Usha, i missed it. Sorry for the delayed comment. Pav bhaji look great. Mouth watering. Its long time, i prepared. Will sure do it in the coming week. Nice post. Viji

Pooja said...

paubhaji..... love that tooooo much. and yours is lookign so tempting. hey, comign soon near to you , will u make one for me ? :D .
thanks for sharing it. i love maxican food too , as far as its veg.
stay tuned dear.

USHA said...

Hi Viji,

Becoz of busy schedule you might have..not a problem..

Thanks alot.. said...


The pav's look nice and perfectly toasted! I love Pav Bhaji!