The classical hot and buttery street food; the Indian equivalent of hot dogs. Hot and yeasty pav bread with a spicy bhaji of potatoes and other vegetables, drenched in butter and served with onions and lime wedges.


The pav recipe from here, and bhaji from here..two of my favorite food blogs. Of course, our version was neither very hot nor buttery, but yum nevertheless.

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3 Responses to Pav-Bhaji

  1. Emjay says:

    This looks really delicious. Very fancy for street fare!

  2. Purplesque says:

    Thanks..fancy? I guess..all street fare is definitely labor-intensive, and pretty to look at, too. The only thing that makes it 'street' is the disposable leaf-ware and the fact that you're standing on the street. Oh, and that its gloriously light on the pocket. A plate of excellent pav bhaji would cost me ten bucks..that would be 25 cents.

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