From Pav Bhaji Dosa to Pav Bhaji Fondue: Try these 5 unique Pav Bhaji recipes

When we think of Maharashtrian cuisine, we always think of all the recipes made or served with turkey. Whether it’s the classic vada pav, missal pav or dabeli; in all these recipes, we can never forget the hot bhaji and lip bal! It is the pride and joy of the food scene on Bombay Street. Bhaji is a dish consisting of several vegetables crushed together and cooked with masalas and butter. The best thing about this dish is that you can make it with the vegetables you like best and it will be difficult to change the taste. However, if you think there is only one way to cook pav bhaji, you have to think again! As we have experimented with food over the years, pav bhaji has also been created and infused with flavors that tempt our taste buds. So, if you also want to enjoy various pav bhaji recipes, here is a list of dishes you can try.

(Also read: Kanda Poha, Tari Poha and more: 5 Maharashtrian Poha recipes you don’t want to miss)

Here are 5 Pav Bhaji recipes to try

1. Pav Bhaji Balls

Pav bhaji rava balls are a tasty snack that you can create for home parties and family gatherings. These balls are made with semolina dough and cooked in a mixture of onion bhaji masala turkey, tomatoes, pepper, ginger and chilli paste, curry leaves and a variety of spices.

2. Pav Bhaji Fondue

Fondue is a Swiss meal that includes dipping slices of bread in melted cheese in a pot. But to give it a spin, here’s a twist. When you have finished making the bhaji, add a little grated cheese and milk to get a fondue-like consistency. To serve, cut the cobblestones into small pieces and toast them before dipping them in the bhaji and enjoy!

3. Pav Bhaji Dosa

This dish may sound weird, but it’s definitely worth a try! This delicious delicacy gives your palate an explosion of flavors. It would be an understatement to say that this one-dose twist offers the best Maharashtrian and South Indian cuisine on your plate!


4. Aloo Pav Bhaji bites

Aloo pav bhaji bites are triangular pieces fried with flavors that go great with a cup of hot tea. Boiled potatoes and puree are combined with spices such as red chilli powder, red chilli flakes, cumin, mango powder, garlic and ginger paste and pav bhaji masala to create this pav bhaji snack.

5. Keto Pav Bhaji

If you are someone who often cares about your weight but still wants to enjoy delicious street food flavors, this keto pav bhaji is just for you! In this keto pav bhaji recipe, the bhaji potato is replaced by cauliflower and the turkey is replaced by a keto-compatible version of bread.


So what are you waiting for? Try these delicious pav bhaji recipes and let us know which one you liked best!

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