Homemade Beetroot Pav Bhaji - Healthy and Delicious!

We all love Pav-Bhaji and how! One pot meal, comforting and most demanded by kids. Pav Bhaji is one with which we can make kids eat all the veggies and the fussy-eaters will also relish it without throwing any tantrums! Usually, we make pav-bhaji by boiling all the vegetables like cauliflower, potatoes, beans, carrots, peas, onions and tomatoes and then crush them to temper in lip-smacking butter!

One fine day, I was planning to make pav bhaji and I had beetroot in my pantry, so thought of adding it to my regular Pav Bhaji. Usually, I don't like the taste of raw beetroot so I add it to my tomato soup to give a dash of rich color. I boiled all the vegetables along with beetroot and followed the routine process. The color was rich and the taste too enhanced. Since, then I have started using beetroots in my Pav Bhaji.  Enjoy the delicious Pav Bhaji with the butter toasted Pav bread and chopped onions in side.

Has this ever happened to you – A bit change of adding/reducing the ingredient takes the dish to a whole new level. I have experimented in my kitchen so many times and mostly it works! Please do try it next time and let me know how it turned out! :)

7 comments :

  1. This looks amazing!! I don't see any recipe or instructions. Is it just boiled vegetables all mashed together with some butter? And what kind of bread is that and what's in the middle. I've never heard of pav bhaji but looking at this I need to try some! Pinned. Thanks for sharing at the What's for Dinner party - stay safe and healthy.

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    1. Hey, Yes...some boiled veggies, mashed and fried in butter to make Bhaaji. That bread is known as Paav (Bun sort of) here. There is a chunk of butter in the middle. You must try it. I am sure you will love it. Thank you for pinning the Beetroot Pav Bhaaji ! :)

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  2. Pav Bhaji never tried. For me, cauliflower, beetroot, boiled potatoes and buțter are a tasty comforting meal...

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    1. Oh...then you must try it! It tastes amazing with Pav Buns or Buttered Bread...:)

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  3. Looks good, sounds tasty!!

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