Sunday, May 17, 2015

Cheesy Pav Bhaji Loaf

BM # 52 Week 3 Day 1

For this week I have the theme Snacking all the way under Kids Delight.
Well since we dont have any small kids at home I have chosen recipes which are for a little older kids , so these have some spice in them. The same recipes could be followed for the younger ones without extra spice.
The first dish is a Pav Bhaji Loaf. This is what my son makes for himself when I make Pav Bhaji. At times he wants to change the form of this street food and give it that conti look. Here he has used the same laadi Pav and bhaji that we normally make with those buns. The transformation is amazing.


Pav Bhaji Loaf
Pav Bhaji
2 laadi pav
Butter
Cheese
Take two pavs, both should be joined to each other.
Make two slits in each Pav and one slit on the joint.
Make sure you do not cut them through .
Apply butter in between the slits.
Next apply some garlic chutney in the same slits.
Using a spoon fill in the slits with the Pav bhaji sabzi.
Grate cheese on top.
Wrap this loaf in a foil and bake in a hot oven for 10 minutes.
Remove the foil carefully and enjoy.


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12 comments:

  1. My mouth is watering here, sooo tempting pav bhaji loaf..

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  2. Wonderful idea Vaishali! I'm sure my kids will love it.

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  3. A very interesting way to eat pav bhaji.

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  4. That is quite a yummy transformation for pav bhaji. Looks so cheesy and addictive :-)

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  5. Pav bhaji in all forms is addictive. I read the instructions 3 times but could not understand how the slits are made. :(

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    1. Suma, when we buy the pav, we get a pack of six or twelve, right? Now pull out two from them, make sure you pull two together. Now this is your loaf size with a scored line in the centre where you can pull to separate them.
      Now you have to give a cut at that joint and two more one on the left side the other on the right side. Just the way you would slice a loaf. You have to fill these slits with butter, garlic chutney and pav Bhaji.
      I hope I am clear now:)

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    2. Vaishali I love this idea so much..such an amazing and addictive one..maybe you can put up a pic for us to understand. The pavs we get are mostly 4 in number. So it might be hard for others to imagine 6 or 12..:)..I guess I got it now...

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  6. Very interesting version of regular par bhaji. Looks so yummy...

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  7. A very interesting and delicious version of eating pav bhaji.

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