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Ladi Pav, Eggless Homemade Laadi Pav Buns
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 on 12 May 20 01:55 AM


I tried making ladi pav for the first time, also was my first time ever making any sort of bread for that matter. This recipe is spot on and extremely precise. I am so happy with the pavs that I made. Top class instructions. I struggled with the yeast fermentation as the temperature was 15 degrees. I kept the yeast bowl under sunlight to trigger fermentation.Also used a slightly heated and switched off oven after placing dough balls in the tray for them to double up and get close on. Overall a massive thanks to Tarla Dalal for this amazing recipe and procedure. The stage wise pictorial description was simply awesome Thanks so much
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Tarla Dalal    Thank you so much for your kind words. We are glad you liked the recipe and enjoyed making it.! Happy cooking.!
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12 May 20 10:33 PM
Ladi Pav, Eggless Homemade Laadi Pav Buns
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 on 11 May 20 09:17 AM


Followed the recipe but the pav became brown from inside and did not become soft. They were of bread consistency. What could be wrong?
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Tarla Dalal    Hi, make sure the yeast has bloomed well. the softness of the pav depends upon the yeast and how well you knead the dough.
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14 May 20 02:37 PM
Ladi Pav, Eggless Homemade Laadi Pav Buns
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 on 06 May 20 11:22 AM


Hello mam, I don''t have aluminium tray. So can I use glass square container
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Tarla Dalal    Hi Vijaya, glass tray cannot be used in the oven as it will crack. You can use any oven proof material tray except glass.
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06 May 20 12:49 PM
Ladi Pav, Eggless Homemade Laadi Pav Buns
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 on 05 May 20 10:26 AM


I dnt hv big baking tray cn i do it in two part i cn keep dough for so long by the time 1 set of pav getting bake
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Tarla Dalal    Hi, You can divide the dough into half. shape the dough for ladi pav from the first batch. The other batch you can cling wrap it and refrigerate it till the first batch is baked. Once the first batch is out, then re roll the dough, give the last proving and then bake it. Try it and give us feedback.
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05 May 20 12:19 PM
Ladi Pav, Eggless Homemade Laadi Pav Buns
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 on 05 May 20 02:32 AM


Can we try this in a pressure cooker, will the colour come?
Ladi Pav, Eggless Homemade Laadi Pav Buns
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 on 29 Apr 20 04:09 PM


Mam thank you for ur suggestion. I found that the temp I set was less for pav. Now this time it came out wonderful soft spongy and fluffy.
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Tarla Dalal    We are glad you recipe came out perfect.! Happy cooking.!
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30 Apr 20 01:48 AM
Ladi Pav, Eggless Homemade Laadi Pav Buns
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 on 27 Apr 20 05:13 PM


Mam I also tried the recipe but it didn''t turn brown and got dense. I kneaded well. Can you tell me wats the Way of getting brown from top
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Tarla Dalal    Hi Krithika, the dough for Ladi pav should be very soft so knead it well with good amount of water. Proper hydration will make the pav soft and they wont be dense after bake. Also, make sure you proof the buns well before you bake them, dense bread can be a result of underproofing. Handle the ladi pav tray gently after they are proofed, if the baking tray gets banged the air from ladi pav will escape and result in a dense bun.
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28 Apr 20 03:29 AM
Ladi Pav, Eggless Homemade Laadi Pav Buns
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 on 21 Apr 20 05:59 PM


I want use active dry yeast
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Tarla Dalal    Hi, Use the same quantity..
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22 Apr 20 08:43 PM
Ladi Pav, Eggless Homemade Laadi Pav Buns
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 on 18 Apr 20 06:59 PM


If we don''t have yeast.. then what will we do
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Tarla Dalal    Hi Dolly, for this recipe you require yeast. It is easily available in any supermarket.
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19 Apr 20 01:51 AM
Ladi Pav, Eggless Homemade Laadi Pav Buns
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 on 18 Apr 20 09:41 AM


Tried to make as per the instructions. Taste was very nice. Though Bread was not fluffy enough..seems very heavy weight. What could be the problem?
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Tarla Dalal    Hi, To make breads is an art.. though.. but just make sure your kneading the dough till you find no cracks and smooth.. this steps.. ideally helps to make your bread lighter. secondly the proving should be perfect the second time after rolling.. if it has not proved well the result will be dense bread.. and if it is proved well and you happen.. to hit or bang the tray.. the air escapes from inside and bread tends to become dense.. these are few pointers.. while you bake.. try the recipe one more time.. and surely you will crack it..
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22 Apr 20 10:19 PM
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