Monday, September 12, 2016

Pav Bhaji Toastie


BM # 68
Week 3, Day 10
Theme : One Category - Bread Sandwiches
Sub Theme - Sandwich Platters

Pav Bhaji is a popular Maharashtrian street food, but it is very popular as dinner in most houses . It is one of my favorite meals too, gets done in a jiffy, no rotis to make and no rice either. Simple ! Right ? Now whenever I make this Bhaji for dinner, it is a rule that I make extra because if not any one else, at least Juhi and I must eat a Pav bhaji Toastie for breakfast. While making the Bhaji I like to make fresh Lassan ki Chutney, which itself is so so delicious over a slice of bread. Raw mango is of course seasonal, and enhances the taste of this Toastie but definitely one can do without it in winters when this is not available.Onion and cucumber give it a mild crunch.
So should we get on to the Pav Bhaji Toastie.

This is my third toastie from the platter of Toasties with Left Overs for Cooking Carnival.
The other toasties in this series are -

Pav Bhaji Toastie


Ingredients
Bread
Butter
Cucumber
Onion
Tomato
Raw mango
Coriander leaves

Method
Apply butter to both the slices for sandwich.
Now spread a good layer of the lassan ki chutney on the butter.
Place a heaped spoon of the ready Bhaji on the bread.
Sprinkle chopped cucumbers, tomatoes, onions, raw mango and coriander leaves.
Sprinkle some salt.
Bring together the other slice to make the sandwich.
Toast it in a grill toaster till nice and crisp.







I love creating different dishes with Pav Bhaji, check out !








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12 comments:

  1. This toastie must have tasted amazing with lasan ki chutney, bhaaji and the veggies. A filling breakfast to start the day.

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  2. Pav bhaji toastie would have been so delicious.

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  3. This is really something quite good for me as I too make pav bhaji in excess, so can utilize leftover like this :)

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  4. raw mango is the deal clincher here :)

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  5. The fresh veggies along with the bhaji looks so tempting.

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  6. Raw Mango???? Wow will try it this season.

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  7. That is such a delicious sandwich with leftover pav bhaji.

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  8. This looks so tempting and delicious

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  9. My elder twin actually likes his bhajji like this..very nice idea to make!

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  10. i m drooling over that toastie, looks scrumptious!

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  11. oooh...the pics are too tempting. Too good

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  12. adding fresh veggies to this will really freshen it up...good one

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