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  • n. Any of various Indian dishes of fried vegetables


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From Hindi भाजी (bhājī) "fried vegetables".


  • This bhaji is so yummy it can be had as is to or your favorite type of roti.

    Tomatochi Bhaaji

  • The genuine pav-bhaji is served with real Bombay laadi pav ... slabs of bread, so named because the rolls are sold as entire slabs and you break the rolls off as required.

    Archive 2005-04-01

  • First time hearing about taka bhaji, Looks mouthwatering....and the pictures are very tempting...

    Musical Cooking - Paneer Tawa Masala

  • We have the inimitable David Craig shacked up in the north east, indulging us in the movements of Mike Ashley's breasts and - new to this year - we have perma-sleepy Brian Swanson marching us into the new age whilst moving his chubby fingers around the Sky pad to tell us that the total transfer spend this window has reached £499,993,29394,92939323 trillion pounds and an onion bhaji presumably for Jon Parkin.

    Eliot Rothwell: Jim White And Transfer Deadline Day as a National Event

  • Tell-tale signs: chillies in everything; they serve pau bhaji; they serve a paper masala dosa without blushing.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • My daily commute took me past hawkers selling the food I craved: pav bhaji, a vegetarian sloppy joe made with tomato and potato stew; pani puri, hollow fried balls stuffed with spicy potatoes or chickpeas; and the dish I crave to this day, vada pav.

    Pow, Right in the Fritter

  • Pav bhaji or pao bhaji is a popular snack made of spiced, mashed vegetables eaten with toasted buns.

    Street Food in India

  • Left, a street vendor prepares pao bhaji in Mumbai, India.

    Street Food in India

  • Last month, my blog was lucky enough to be chosen and tried and tasted; a lot of pav bhaji got made, I can tell you that much!

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • We enjoyed this laadi pav with (what else but) pav bhaji.

    Archive 2008-01-01


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  • very droll. I approve. ;)

    October 13, 2007

  • I recommend the South American version of this popular subcontinental snack - the Argie bhaji.

    October 13, 2007