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Pav bhaji

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Pav bhaji
street food (en) Fassara
Kayan haɗi bread roll (en) Fassara da bhaji (en) Fassara
Tarihi
Asali Indiya

Pav Bhaji (Marathi: पाव भाजी) shine karin abinci na kasuwa daga Mumbai, Indiya, da kuma tsohuwar m of kwasan jiki mai da sauki na gulma (bhaji) da na kashin jini mai . An kafa ne a birnin Mumbai, Maharashtra.[1][2]

Wannan abinci ya samo tarihin kwanaki mai a birnin Mumbai.[3][4] Pav bhaji yayi gurin ta a kan kwanaki mai yana yi wa mutanen birnin bakiyar kara na sauki.[4][5] Pav bhaji yana tada wasu kwanaki daga farawa daga kasar Indiya har zuwa yankin.[6][7]

Pav bhaji shine karin kashi na bayan kasa mai farko na 'mashed vegetables' a jijiyar tare da 'gravy' mai hadari. Kashi mai suna ‘'bhaji'’ an tare da kayan kamshi na 'curry' zai iya hana da 'potatoes', 'onions', 'carrots', 'chillies', 'peas', 'bell peppers' da 'tomatoes'. Manyan dakin kasa suka yin 'curry' a cikin 'tava' mai hanci da kuma biya kayan abinci mai hadari. Kai mai karfi na ‘'soft white bread roll'’ shi ne kullum na daga cikin abincin curry, amma wannan ba za a iya ba da amfani da sauran abubuwan biye-biyen kamar 'chapati', 'roti' ko 'brown bread'.

Cheese pav bhaji, da kayan cheese a kan 'bhaji'

Fried pav bhaji, da kan 'pav' mai juyowa a kan 'bhaji'

Paneer pav bhaji, da kayan 'paneer' a kan 'bhaji'

Mushroom pav bhaji, da kayan 'mushrooms' a kan 'bhaji'

Khada pav bhaji, inda kayan kamshi suna cikin zuba kuma ba a yi yin huce

Jain pav bhaji, bai tare da 'onions' da 'garlic' ba[8] kuma zai iya fassara da 'Plantains' a matsayi na 'potatoes'[9]

Kolhapuri pav bhaji, da kayan kamshi na kuma kasuwanci a Kolhapur

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  7. Rajesh, Monisha (1 March 2012). "10 of the best street foods in Mumbai". The Guardian. Guardian News and Media Limited. Archived from the original on 6 September 2015. Retrieved 2 September 2015.
  8. Dalal, Tarla (2010). Mumbai's Roadside Snacks. Mumbai: Sanjay & Company. p. 60. ISBN 978-81-89491-66-6. Retrieved 31 May 2015.
  9. Kumar, Shikha (26 November 2016). "In search of the perfect pav bhaji". Hindustan Times. HT Media Limited. Archived from the original on 5 March 2017. Retrieved 4 March 2017.