I have followed OPOS(One Pot One Shot) method of cooking. This simple method of cooking takes 5-6 minutes of cooking time in the pressure cooker. But no compromise on quality or taste. Please follow the recipe completely along with the notes, to achieve the same consistency as mine. The below recipe should only be used in 2litre pressure cooker.
|Onions (finely chopped)||1|
|Tomatoes (finely chopped)||2|
|Cauliflower (blanched & finely chopped)||¼ cup|
|Green peas||¼ cup|
|Potato (peeled and finely chopped)||¼ cup|
|Cabbage (finely shredded)||¼ cup|
|Carrot (finely chopped)||¼ cup|
|Capsicum (finely chopped)||¼ cup|
|Ginger garlic paste||1 tsp|
|Turmeric powder||¼ tsp|
|Chilli powder||½ tsp|
|Coriander powder||½ tsp|
|Cumin powder||½ tsp|
|Pav bhaji masala||½ tsp|
|Kasoori methi||¼ tsp|
|Pav bread||as needed|
|Coriander leaves||for garnishing|
|Lemon wedges||for garnishing|
1). Rinse and finely chop all the veggies and keep aside. In a 2 litre pressure cooker, add butter and layer the veggies one by one.
# I layered it this way - Butter + Onions + green chillies + tomatoes + cabbage + carrot + green peas + potatoes + capsicum + ginger garlic paste + powders (turmeric + coriander + chilli + cumin + amchoor + pav bhaji masala) + kasoori methi + salt + sugar.
# You can use veggies of your choice. Try to use mixed combination but avoid beets to prevent discoloration.
# The consistency was perfect, I did not add extra water for bhaji.
# For spicier version, sprinkle pav bhaji masala on top of butter while toasting.
# Pav Bhaji masala can be replaced by garam masala.
#I have replaced pav bread with burger buns.
# It tastes best when it is hot.
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