Pav Bhaji Paratha is a delicious paratha that can be made whenever you have leftover bhaji after making pav bhaji.
This is an easy paratha and does not involve any elaborate prep work and also best way to any leftover bhaji. These parathas are delectable and gives the leftover bhaji an interesting makeover. Also, can be prepared in a jiffy, just knead the bhaji with wheat flour, roll into parathas and roast them; yummy parathas are ready in minutes. Pav Bhaji Parathas are tasty on their own; however you can serve it with butter or green chutney or tomato sauce/ketchup.
Leftover pavbhaji – 1 cup
Wheat flour – 1 cup
Coriander leaves a handful (optional)
Lemon juice – ½ a lemon (optional)
Oil/ghee for roasting parathas as needed
Prep time – 10 mins
Cook time – 15 mins
Makes 5-6 parathas
- Take leftover pav bhaji, wheat flour, finely chopped coriander leaves and lemon juice in a wide bowl.
- Knead into soft dough. Divide the dough into equal lemon sized balls and roll out into parathas.
- Heat a tava; when hot, gently place the rolled paratha on the tava and roast until nice golden brown spots appear on both sides. Drizzle some oil/ghee over and around the paratha edges.
- Once done, remove the parathas from the tava. Repeat the same procedure for the rest of the dough. Serve hot.
Serve and enjoy these yummy Pav Bhaji Parathas hot with butter or green chutney or tomato sauce. They taste great plain too.
- If the pav bhaji has chunks, mash it well using your hands and then proceed with kneading.
- Adding coriander leaves and lemon juice is optional.
- You can add red chilli powder and salt if you want if spicier.
- Water in the bhaji is sufficient for reaching the paratha dough consistency. Add little water only if you feel the dough is dry and you are unable to bind the ingredients.