I have made it soo many times to keep count anymore. Its a simple dish that never fails to satisfy you with its flavor. I am talking about Nupur's Pav bhaji recipe. And this line can be attached to most of the dishes on her blog. Its a treasure chest of wonderful recipes, whether its homestyle Marathi food that your are looking for or approachable world cuisine, her blog is a definite pit-stop. Its evident through her posts that a lot of thought is put into the decisions she takes regarding her food habits and lifestyle and these will inspire you to adopt the change.
Her writing style is truly enticing with every single post of hers making me want to recreate the dish for myself! It was through her blog that I brought home chipotle peppers in adobo sauce, quinoa, flax seeds, experimented with mediterranean cuisine, bought an appey pan and got inspired to do loads of experiments :) Thank you Nupur! Looking at your projects every week, knitting might soon get added to the list :) This post is off to Zlamushka who is hosting the 'Tried and Tasted' event that is featuring Nupur's blog, 'One hot stove' this month. Thank you Zlamushka!
I made the pav-bhaji for dinner last week and also tried my hand at making the pav's at home. I vaguely followed Jai & Bee's method.
I say vaguely because I lazily did bad math and put the dough together (and I can never follow a recipe!!). It proofed really well (me thinks, what say you?), and would have come out soft and fluffy had I timed it right. They should have been out of the oven a few minutes earlier since they toughened up a bit on the outside and looking back, maybe a little more moisture in the dough would have helped too. I used a muffin pan instead of a wide baking pan. Better luck next time :) But I made something else from their blog successfully the day before I made these (and the one that gave me confidence to try the pav), thats coming up soon.