If you’re following me through this blog since a long, then you must be wondering why there aren’t any chat recipes in this space. The reason being not that I dislike those street foods, but it’s because I couldn’t click the pictures as I they are emptied in no time. Majority of chat recipes rock my family as we all love them to the core.
So my debut of chat recipes in this space starts with pav bhaji recipe which has no onion and no garlic in it. When I went through a list of potential chat recipes to post this year, every one voted for pani puri recipe but it couldn’t get the chance to appear here first just because the pictures didn’t come as expected. The draft is still in the pipeline to get posted with new, awesome photos.
Pav bhaji is the simplest of it’s kind chat recipe that has the flavors of pav bhaji masala primarily. The tangy tomatoes give this chat a nice red color and potatoes give good volume plus thickness to it. I loved the addition of capsicum to pava bhaji while the crunchy onions are missing. The green peas popping in and out from pav bhaji are surely a taste enhancer.
Pav bhaji powder that I am currently using has enough spiciness in it which is why I skipped adding red chilly powder. You can surely add half a tea spoon of it if you are a kind of person who loves spicy chats.