Street Food Recipe: Mumbai Style Pav Bhaji

Mumbai and its reputation for buttery, fiery pav bhaji need no introduction. Popular Chef Varun Inamdar shows you how to work the same magic in your own kitchen so you can treat yourself to Mumbai-style pav bhaji any time you like!

Street Food Recipe: Mumbai Style Pav Bhaji

To the pan add boiled and chopped potatoes, green peas, salt, chopped tomatoes, water and cook them for 12-15 minutes.

Mash the cooked mixture.

In another pan add butter, cumin seeds, chopped onions and sautee them.

Then add garlic paste, chopped capsicum, turmeric powder, red chili powder, dry mango powder, garam masala, mashed vegetable and mix them.

Add salt, butter, water to the pan and mix them again

Pav bhaji is ready to serve and best enjoyed with some butter pav.

Chef Varun Inamdar

Chef Varun Inamdar

Chef Varun Inamdar is a famous Mumbai-based chef and chocolatier. He is the author of 'Celebrate Life, Food and Wine' and has featured on numerous food shows. He was a Mentor-Guest chef on Master Chef India. Chef Varun is the Brand Ambassador of Ecuadorian cocoa in India.

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