Pav bhaji ... an Indian street food, originally uploaded by lorises.
Well, pav bahaji is probably not going to disappear from the indian street vendors soon....yet I some time worry what will happen to the locally grown street food or fast food industries in India...Will multinational corporations gobble them up too?Recipe here....
cauliflower - half of the flower head
mid size golden potatoes- 2
peas: fresh or frozen - 1 cup
green beans: 5-10 chopped small
onions: 2 medium sized and finely chopped
ginger/garlic: 2 table spoons
coriander/cilantro: few sprigs
butter: 100 gms
salt: to taste
tomatoes: 3 mediun sized ones chopped finely
pav bhaji masala: 3 TBSp
Boil all the vegetables together except peas. I generally do it in the pressure cooker, take them out of the cooker and mashed them.
In a dutch oven or wok/kadhai fry the onions, ginger garlic paste. Then add the tomotoes and the pav bhaji masala mix. add the peas at this point and fry them. Now you can add boiled vegetable mix.
Let them cook for some time. Serve with chopped coriander leaves, onions and butter and dinner rolls.
p.s. Pav bahaji spice mix one can get in any Indian grocery store in th