Originated in Mumbai, Pavbhaji was the workingman's answer to a quick, spicy, and satisfying meal. Today it is a popular roadside snack in India. 'Bhaji" is the Marathi and Hindi word for a vegetable preperation and this piquent version is eaten with 'Pav' soft rolls smothered with hot, salty butter.
Chilli, coriander, cumin, dry mango powder, fennel, black pepper, edible common salt, rock salt, CASSIA BARK (TAJ), dry ginger, star anise, clove, green cardamom, bay leaf, black cardamom, black salt, caraway, nutmeg, asafoetida, mace, turmeric, trifala
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