P - Pav Pattice

Pav Pattice is a spicy delicious Indian burger . A burger which is made with ladi pav , pattice , chutneys , sev and onions !

Pav Pattice is a Street Food from the city of Pune, Maharashtra . The city is called The Oxford of the East as this city has lots of educational institutions . One can see students all over the city . As a result the city has many popular street foods which are filling as well as pocket friendly .

I have been to this city long back but do not remember eating any street food there . While Exploring the Flavours of Street Food I picked the recipe of Pav Pattice from a video of a resident of Pune . The recipe is simple , quick to make , fills you up and you have the satisfaction of eating street food as well as of a meal .

You could even call Pav Pattice a close cousin of Vada Pav , the famous street food of Mumbai . The green chutney is substituted by sweet tamarind chutney , instead of dry garlic chutney the wet garlic chutney is used . The vada is replaced by Pattice , pav remains the same . Pav Pattice has additional onions and sev for crunch . All in all it is one filling , spicy , delicious Indian burger that you will love .

P - Pav Pattice

Pav Pattice

Ingredients

Pav
Pattice
Sweet Chutney
Garlic Chutney
Farsan sev
Onions , finely chopped

Pattice

4 potatoes , boiled
2-3 green chillies , finely chopped
2-3 tbsp coriander leaves
Pinch turmeric
1/2 tsp lemon juice
Salt to taste

Method

Pattice

Mash the boiled potatoes.
Add all ingredients under pattice and mix well .
Make sure the dough is lump free .
Divide the mixture into four .
Make each portion into a round ball and flatten to make a patty .
Fry on a nonstick pan with little oil .

Assembling the Pav Pattice

Slit the Pav and lightly toast it on a griddle with butter . ( I skipped this step )
Apply a generous layer of garlic chutney on the inside layers of the Pav .
Now apply sweet chutney on the inside and bottom layer of the Pav .
Place a Pattice on the bottom layer.
Place handful of sev and onion on the Pattice and press the Pav to close .
Now apply a layer of sweet chutney on top of this ready pav and place another handful of sev and onions .
Garnish with coriander leaves .
Pav Pattice is ready to eat .

Note

I did not use any binding agent to the Pattice , but you could add some corn flour or bread crumbs.
You could deep fry the Pattice when making for a larger number.
You could even use airfryer to fry the pattice.

P - Pav Pattice

Here is what I have been posting under Explore the Flavors

A – Agre ka Bhalla

B – Bhungra Bateta

C – Chole Chawal

D – Dahi Wada Aaloo Dum

E – Elaichi wali Chai

F – Fariyali Sabudana Khichadi

G – Garadu Chat

H – Halwa Nagori Poori Sabzi

I – Ice Dabeli

J – Jamun Kulfi

K – Kutchi Bread Channa

L – Laiya Channa

M – Matra Kulcha

N – Nadir Monje

O – Onion Samosas

 

 

Print Recipe
Pav Pattice
Pav Pattice is a spicy delicious Indian burger . A burger which is made with ladi pav , pattice , chutneys , sev and onions !
Course Snack, Tea Time
Cuisine Indian Cuisine
Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
Course Snack, Tea Time
Cuisine Indian Cuisine
Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
Instructions
Pattice
  1. Mash the boiled potatoes.
  2. Add all ingredients under pattice and mix well .
  3. Make sure the dough is lump free .
  4. Divide the mixture into four .
  5. Make each portion into a round ball and flatten to make a patty .
  6. Fry on a nonstick pan with little oil .
Assembling the Pav Pattice
  1. Slit the Pav and lightly toast it on a griddle with butter . ( I skipped this step )
  2. Apply a generous layer of garlic chutney on the inside layers of the Pav .
  3. Now apply sweet chutney on the inside and bottom layer of the Pav .
  4. Place a Pattice on the bottom layer.
  5. Place handful of sev and onion on the Pattice and press the Pav to close .
  6. Now apply a layer of sweet chutney on top of this ready pav and place another handful of sev and onions .
  7. Garnish with coriander leaves .
  8. Pav Pattice is ready to eat .
Recipe Notes

Note I did not use any binding agent to the Pattice , but you could add some corn flour or bread crumbs. You could deep fry the Pattice when making for a larger number. You could even use airfryer to fry the pattice.

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17 thoughts on “P – Pav Pattice”

  1. This pav is seriously mind blowing Vaishali, just looking at it makes me want to grab it..gosh I am not sure how many I will have to make soon..guess just for this I need to work on a theme for me to cover…the final pic looks so sinful!

  2. ohh I wish you were my neighbor so I could get to taste all these scrumptious street foods you made. Pav pattice used to be my favorite as kid and you’d post brought back all those memories.

  3. Oh my am drooling literally pav pattice looks so so so tempting.. I thoroughly loved all your street foods and there are so many for me to try, these look so addictive . Wonderful captures di !! Whenever I come here I get hungry seeing your streetfoods 🙂

  4. Potato Pattice, Garlic chutney and butter toasted pav, that is one irresistible combination ❤️❤️
    The pictures are so inviting, I feel like reaching out thru the pictures to grab that decked paav!!

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