I have never gone to Bombay...I don’t even know how to go there..The only thing I know is about its cuisine..I know that Bombay is famous for its street food..I came across these street foods dishes from one of Tarla Dalal Cookbook namely “Mumbai’s Road Side Snacks”..I have bookmarked so many recipes from that book to try out..
I love to eat street food dishes..The place where I live don’t have that many street food shops..It does have a few portable ones and I have tried their food couple of times..They don’t use best quality ingrediants..They never touch expensive stuffs..They don’t even serve in fancy bowls and saucers..But I don’t know how those dishes taste great than many huge restaurants..
So I hope you can try it ASAP..Here you go for the step by step recipe with pictures..
Cooking Time : 45 mins to 1 hour
Serves : 6
Cauliflower - 1 cup cut into big pieces
Beetroot - 1 small peeled and cubed
Beans - 6 chopped
Carrot - 1 large chopped
Frozen Peas - ½ cup
Onion - 1 medium size finely chopped
Capsicum / Bell Pepper - 1 cup chopped finely
Ginger Garlic Paste - 1 tblspn
Cumin Seeds / Jeerakam - 1 tsp
Turmeric Powder / Manjal Podi - 1 tsp
Sugar - 2 tsp
Lemon Juice - 2 tsp or to taste
Now add in onions and capsicum. cook till golden brown.
Add in green chilli and ginger garlic paste and saute for a min.
Add in salt and sugar.Cook till the tomatoes turn mushy and become saucy.
Add in water and peas. Bring it to a boil.
Add in lemon juice and coriander leaves. Mix well. Bhaji done.
Add a tblspn of butter in the same tawa and add some bhaji on top of it..Cook till it is thick and bubbly. Transfer this to the plate.
|Start by cooking your veggies|
|Wash them, Chop them and add it to pressure cooker|
|I added some peeled cubed beets as well|
|add a cup of water|
|Pressure cook till done|
|use a masher to mash the veggies|
|it wont be difficult, if the veggies are cooked properly|
|Lovely..i like the veggies to be little chunky|
|Now take your other ingredients|
|Start by heating some butter|
|Add in cumin seeds|
|add in onions and capsicum|
|saute for a min or so|
|add in green chillies|
|ginger and garlic paste|
|saute till onions turns golden|
|now add in chilli powder, garam masala powder
and turmeric powder
|add in chopped tomatoes|
|and some sugar|
|cook till the tomatoes turn mushy|
|look how saucy it has turned|
|pour in some water|
|add in some frozen peas|
|add in the mashed veggies|
|mix well and simmer this for 10 mins|
|squeeze in some lemon juice|
|add in lots of chopped coriander leaves|
|When serving, take your pav buns, i used my
whole wheat pav
|slit them open|
|add a dollop of butter in a pan|
|let them melt|
|place the pav buns|
|toast till golden on both sides|
|melt some more butter in the same pan|
|add some bhaji|
|stir on high heat|
|till the bhaji thickens and is piping hot|
|add a dollop of butter over it and serve with the toasted pav and lemon slices|