Friday, December 11, 2015

Chinese Pav-Bhaji

  "Pav-Bhaji" is one of my favorite comfort food, second Chinese is also my favorite cuisine. So why should we wait for something else? Let's combine both of my favorite stuffs and cook some extremely addicted, marvelous dish, "Chinese Pav-Bhaji".....The demand for Chinese food is growing at a very fast pace. This entire furore about Chinese food could make one wonder, what is so special about this cuisine. Well, the answer is if one has to put it in one word, it is wholesome. But Chinese made  by any Indian, comes with their own story! We all have our very own version of Chinese food.  In fact, innovations are to be seen in every where.  The acceptance of Chinese food has added new dimensions to the variety of food offered in Indian eateries. It is here to stay. No dout about that!

   Fusion food or fusion cuisine is always my personal favorite. I love to combine 2 or more than 2 cuisines in one dish. Believe me it always come out super delicious if the spices, measurements and timing are perfect. Today's recipe is real mouthwatering to them who love to eat 'chatpata' food. Chinese Pav-Bhaji is jiffy and delicious so double bonus in it too:) Get ready for this fantastic fusion recipe...!
2 cups finely shredded Cabbage
1 cup finely sliced  Onions
1/2 cup finely sliced Bell-peppers(I used all color bell-peppers)
1/4 cup shredded Carrots( I didn't use it)
1/4 cup chopped Green Onions
1 Cup boiled & grated Potatoes
1 1/2 cup boiled Noodles
1 tsp Garlic paste
2 sliced Green chilies
1 tbls Schezwan chutney or sauce(I used Ching's brand)
1 tbls Manchurian stir fry sauce(I used Ching's)
1 tsp Pav-bhaji Masala
1/2 tsp Vinegar
1 tsp Soya sauce
1 tbls Butter
1 tbls Oil
Salt to taste
Cilantro, slices of bell-pepper and some grated cheese for garnish
For Buns;
5-6 tbls room temp.butter
1tbls Schezwan chutney or sauce 
* Heat the pan with butter and oil.
* Add onions and green chilies and sauté for 1-2 minutes on medium-high flame.
* Add garlic paste.
* Add all vegetable(cabbage, carrots bell-pepper & green onions) and again mix and cook for about 2 minutes.
* Add schezwan chutney or sauce and Manchurian stir fry sauce and mix well.
* Add boiled noodles and boiled & grated potatoes along with pav-bhaji masala.
* Add salt, soya sauce and vinegar.
* Mix well.
* Turn off the stove.
* Garnish with some chopped cilantro, slices of bell-peppers and grated process cheese.
* Serve hot with some schezwan buns.

For Buns;
* Mix room temp. butter and schezwan chutney well.
* Apply on each buns and cook it on grill or pan till gets little crispy.

* Serve it hot with Chinese Bhaji.
* Rock the world.

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