Pav Bhaji

Pav Bhaji is street dish consisting of a thick vegetable curry, served with two lightly toasted buttered rolls aka pavs. Pav bhaji has many variations in ingredients and garnishes, but is essentially a spiced mixture of mashed vegetables usually cooked on a flat griddle.

Hot, spicy, flavourful bhaji served with crunchy onions and slivers of lime, coupled with butter-dripping, just-off-the-tawa pavs — pav bhaji is a favourite street food for good reason. While Mumbai city in Maharashtra can rightly claim to be the birthplace of this much-loved dish, different parts of India have added their own flavors and variations to this popular street food. 

Variations of Pav Bhaji at Avsar

  • Maska Pav Bhaji

  • Cheese Pav Bhaji

  • Paneer Pav Bhaji

  • Vada Bhaji Pav

  • Pav Bhaji Pizza

Origin Of Pav Bhaji

The dish was invented to fulfill the needs of fatigued textile mill workers. The workers needed cheap, easy and quick to prepare, light but nutritious food. So, they mixed all the vegetables available at the place and added some spices and eureka!

You got the very popular Bhaji.

Maska Maarke!