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64 pav bhaji masala recipes


Last Updated : Sep 16,2020




पाव भाजी मसाला रेसिपी - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (pav bhaji masala recipes in Hindi)
પાંવ ભાજી મસાલો રેસીપી - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (pav bhaji masala recipes in Gujarati)

92 Recipes using Pav Bhaji Masala 

Recipes using pav bhaji masala. In Indian cooking, pav bhaji masala is used in recipes ranging from street food, sabzis, breads to pulao. First lets see how pav bhaji masala is made at home. 

Pav Bhaji ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes )

Pav Bhaji ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes )

Pav bhaji masala powder recipe is made by dry roasting Kashmiri dry red chillies, coriander seeds, cloves, cumin seeds, fennel seeds, cinnamon and cardamom. These spices are then blended with the addition of mango powder and black salt to make pav bhaji masala. See pav bhaji masala recipe

Pav Bhaji Masala used in Indian street food.

Pav bhaji masala is used originally in Mumbai street food. The awesome taste of pav bhaji is mainly due to its hidden ingredient of pav bhaji masla. 

1.       Tava Pulav - Quick and easy to make, Tava pulao is definitely a loved street food among Mumbaikars. Cooked rice tossed with some veggies like tomatoes, capsicum, carrots on a big iron tava and spiced up with Pav Bhaji masala. It is cooked on the same Tava as Pav Bhaji to maximize the taste and is served with fresh kachumbar or raita.

 Tava Pulao, Tawa Pulao Recipe

Tava Pulao, Tawa Pulao Recipe

2.       Masala Pav - Another favourite from the streets of Mumbai is Masala Pav. This flavourful pav is stuffed with a mixture made with onion, tomatoes, capsicum and spiced up with pav bhaji masala and garnished with fresh coariander.

 Masala Pav ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes )

 Masala Pav ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes )

3.       Pav Bhaji Masala Toast- This is a quick fix to satisfy your Pav Bhaji craving. This toast is perked up with a mixture made with similar ingredients used in Pav Bhaji.

A mixture made with boiled and mashed potatoes, onions, capsicum, pav bhaji masala and some freshness from coriander and tomatoes is spread over a sliced bread and toasted in generous amount of butter. A perfect snack for 4 pm hunger.!

 Instant Pav Bhaji Masala Toast, Quick Snack

Instant Pav Bhaji Masala Toast, Quick Snack

4.       Pav Sandwich - Sandwich is something that can be easily found on every street in Mumbai. With over 20 plus options sandwich vendors sell some amazing sandwiches one of them being Pav sandwich. Pav toasted in generous amount of butter and pav bhaji masala stuffed with fresh sliced tomatoes, onions and boiled potatoes. A perfect snack for the evening hunger.

 Pav Sandwich, Masala Pav with Potatoes, Tomatoes and Onions

Pav Sandwich, Masala Pav with Potatoes, Tomatoes and Onions

Pav Bhaji Masala in Sabzis

  • Chatakedar Paneer - Paneer with Pav bhaji masala is another delicious combination.! This Chatakedar paneer recipe has everything you need to excite your taste buds.

          With the softness and creaminess of paneer and flavours from pav bhaji masala it can be served with roti, naan or phulkas.

 Chatakedar Paneer

Chatakedar Paneer

  • Paneer Bhurji - The regular paneer bhurji perked up with spiciness of pav bhaji masala. This is one of the easiest recipes you can make with paneer, chopped onion, tomatoes, green chillies, just add pav bhaji masala along with your regular masalas and you have a perfect sabzi to go with your roti or plain paratha.

 Paneer Bhurji

Paneer Bhurji

  • Mixed sprouts and Palak sabzi - A healthy yet tasty sabzi with goodness of sprouts and spinach perked up with pav bhaji masala’s spiciness and flavours. Boiled sprouts provide as a good source of proteins and spinach a good source of iron, but these healthy ingredients need a burst of flavours to make it tasty, this is given by pav bhaji masala.

 Mixed Sprouts and Palak Subzi

Mixed Sprouts and Palak Subzi

  • Red Chana Sabzi - Easy and ideal for tiffin Red chana sabzi is just what you need when you are tired of eating regular sabzis. Made with boiled red chana which is rich in zinc, calcium and protein, onion and tomatoes and flavoured with pav bhaji masala to make it even more delicious. Red chana sabzi with a hot roti or plain paratha makes a wholesome healthy meal.

 Spicy Red Chana Subzi

 Spicy Red Chana Subzi

Pav Bhaji Masala in South Indian food

  • Cheese Burst Dosa - Another variation in dosa which is loved by everyone especially the children for its cheesy goodness. However, this cheesy goodness is perked up by the use of pav bhaji masala to make the stuffing for Cheese burst dosa. Crunchy onion and fresh tomatoes mixed with some pav bhaji masala and schezwan sauce is spread over the dosa along with the cheese mix to give it a cheesy and spicy flavour. This dosa is a perfect treat for snack time.! 

  • Spicy Tava Idli - Tired of regular idli chutney and sambhar? Well here is a quick fix for the idlis, Tava idli a perfect snack in the evening with burst of flavours from the pav bhaji masala and fresh coriander. Easy to make and served this recipe only requires easily available in your kitchen, tomatoes, onion, lemon juice, regular masala along with pav bhaji masala and fresh chopped coriander. Ready in minutes a snack your family will applaud you for.

 Spicy Tava Idlis

 Spicy Tava Idlis

  • Medu Vada Tava Sandwich - This is how a south Indian would like their sandwich! A Medu Vada cut in half and stuffed with delicious stuffing made with fresh veggies and spiced with pav bhaji masala. A perfect example of south meets west this sandwich is sure to impress your guests and put the leftover medu vadas to a delicious use. Serve this sandwich hot or warm with a coconut chutney and enjoy!

  • Mysore Masala Dosa - Popular on the streets of Mumbai and in restaurants as well.! Mysore masala dosa is everyone’s favourite when it comes to dosa varieties. With spicy stuffing inside a perfectly crisp dosa this is best served hot with a coconut chutney, and the secret ingredient to make this flavourful stuffing is pav bhaji masala. Mix vegetables tossed in butter, chilli powder and pav bhaji masala spread evenly on the dosa is what makes Mysore masala dosa an all-time favourite.

 Mysore Masala Dosa ( Mumbai Roadside Recipe)

Mysore Masala Dosa ( Mumbai Roadside Recipe)

 

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Recipe# 16442
17 May 06

 by imohini
No reviews
Delicious and spicy recipe made with boiled and grated eggs cooked with chillies, onions, tomatoes and an array of spices.
Recipe# 40584
23 May 16

 by Rabia ki Rasoi
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Today im going to share a healthy yet very delicious and simple pizza with some basic ingredients that are easily available.. Best part of the recipe is you dont need a microwave oven to make this pizza and your kids will enjoy all the veggies that you want them to eat .. Without wasting anymore ti ....
Recipe# 16538
10 Oct 06

 by Foodie#351715
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A simple Recipe to make the famous Pav Bhaji without hassles. Add a cube of butter on the top of the bhaji.
Recipe# 15672
11 Jan 05

 by Pratitikaka
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Jain pav bhaji is a Jain style prepared bhaji recipe without any use of garlic or onions. This Jain bhaji is then served hot with dollops of butter as topping along with buttered pavs.
Recipe# 33585
26 Sep 10

 
by Palak Rathod Behl
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This is a nutritious version of pav bhaji, where you can substitue the pav with brown bread also.
Recipe# 15681
04 Aug 11

 
by nikkibshah
No reviews
Delve into the melt in the mouth taste of the perfectly grilled paneer tikkas. The marinated paneer are placed in a skewer and grilled in a tandoor or open flame till done and enjoy the tikkas with mint chutney as cocktail starter or snack.
Recipe# 14522
19 Sep 01

 
by deepaen
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Pao baji from ruchis kitchen comes straight on your plate with this simple, tasty and authentic pav bhaji recipe. The spicy tangy bhaji is enjoyed with pav or breads which are buttered and heated on a pan.
Recipe# 11397
08 Mar 02

 by jkswati
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Pao bhaji is a lip smacking Maharashtrian favorite snack recipe. The buttered hot pav or breads are served with a bhaji prepared with boiled potatoes and other vegetables cooked with tomato puree, green chillies, onions and other spices. Relish pav bhaji as snack or meal.
Recipe# 14310
04 Sep 02

 by asmaat
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Pao bhaji is one of the most popular street food options in Mumbai. The Maharashtrian delicacy can now be prepared at home with this simple, easy and tasty pav bhaji recipe. The spicy bhaji or vegetable preparation is typically served with hot buttered pav. Simply amazing!
Recipe# 12789
20 Aug 01

 by sanskruti18
No reviews
Prepare the quintessial Pav bhaji, a lip smacking Maharashtrian favorite snack recipe which van also be enjoyed as a main course meal.. The buttered hot pav or breads are served with a bhaji prepared with boiled potatoes and other vegetables cooked with tomato puree, green chillies, onions and other ....
Recipe# 14413
19 Sep 01

 by deepaen
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Learn the trick to prepare the authentic and best tasting Pav baji masala from a select combination of Indian spice powders. The pav bhaji masala can be stored in air tight containers and then added as desired to bhajis or vegetable dishes.
Recipe# 14417
19 Sep 01

 by deepaen
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The pav bhaji is one of the most popular street foods in Mumbai and this recipe provides an easy way of recreating the same street food magic at home. The pavs are buttered on a hot pan and then served with a spicy tomato based tangy bhaji or mixed vegetable dish.
Recipe# 15269
02 Sep 02

 
by chandapappa
No reviews
The Maharashtrian street food snack item ,Pav bhaji is prepared with pav or Indian buns which are heated in butter and then served with a spicy rich and tasty bhaji or vegetable dish.
Recipe# 12196
06 Jul 01

 by dgadgil
No reviews
You can replace oil with butter and make the whole bhaji in butter.
try Everest pav bhaji masala or roopak masala.
Recipe# 15081
09 Apr 04

 
by kamalacute
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The popular and favorite meal or snack item, Pav bhaji is a delightful Maharashtrian recipe of enjoying buttered hot pav with a tomato based spicy bhaji or vegetables.
Recipe# 14064
18 Oct 00

 by kvinita
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Get the step by step procedure to prepare the popular Maharashtrian meal option, Pav bhaji with this easy and tasty pav bhaji recipe. The bhaji is a medley of vegetables cooked in tomato puree and served with generously buttered pavs.
Recipe# 12378
10 Jul 01

 by rajkavya
No reviews
Prepare the quintessial Pav bhaji, a lip smacking Maharashtrian favorite snack recipe which van also be enjoyed as a main course meal.. The buttered hot pav or breads are served with a bhaji prepared with boiled potatoes and other vegetables cooked with tomato puree, green chillies, onions and other ....
Recipe# 12232
07 Jul 01

 by sgambhir
No reviews
Pav bhaji is a fast food dish native to Maharashtrians and is popular in most fast food chains across India. Chinese pav bhaji is a nice variation to the basic pao bhaji recipe with a Chinese touch.
Recipe# 34367
23 Feb 11

 by Sushma Mallya
No reviews
This is an amazing cutlets which I did personally tried the other day and it was an instant hit at my house so I had recently put this recipe in my Blog. I hope Tarlaji you will like it too.
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