Pav Bhaji – The Comfort Food Mumbaikars Swear By
No feature on Indian street food is considered complete without the mention of Pav Bhaji. When Mumbai’s textile mill workers, in the 1850s, needed a quick-but-wholesome meal for lunch, this dish was brought to life. From then on, it just found its way into the annals of street food history.
This delectable snack is made from a combination of spices and is added to a mashed mixture of vegetables, which mostly includes potatoes, tomatoes, onions and cauliflower. It is usually served with ‘pav’, an Indian bread.. Pav Bhaji also differs from region to region with their signature recipe. Some are fans of Pav Bhaji done the Jain style, some Kathiyawadi and some prefer Khada Pav Bhaji. But it’s always the Pav Bhaji Masala that steps in as a gamechanger.
The Tata Sampann Advantage
The ingredients of Tata Sampann Pav Bhaji Masala are sourced from the best farms in the country. All of Tata Sampann spices come with natural oils, ensuring their goodness is intact. Tata Sampann Pav Bhaji Masala is crafted from Sanjeev Kapoor’s expert recipe, making it the best in class in taste.
Tata Sampann Pav Bhaji Masala contains dagad phool (stone flower) which adds an earthy flavour to the spice mix, which helps you make street-style pav bhaji at home.
Careful attention is paid towards its packaging. Exposure leads to loss in flavour and eventually nutritional value. Hence, all Tata Sampann Blended Spices 100gm packs are available in packs of 5, to retain freshness and ensure consistent quality.
Health Benefits of Pav Bhaji Masala
The vegetables in Pav Bhaji are easy to digest and contain all the nutrients that should be present in a meal. The Tata Sampann Pav Bhaji Masala give the following health benefits:
- Coriander is good for treating diabetes.
- Cumin promotes digestion and provides iron.
- Fennel supports good heart health.
- Cloves aid in digestion, fighting bacteria and protects the liver.
- Large cardamom helps with stomach issues and heals ulcers.
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