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 .
4 potatoes , boiled
2-3 green chillies , finely chopped
2-3 tbsp coriander leaves
1/2 tsp lemon juice
Salt to taste
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 .
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.
Here is what I have been posting under Explore the Flavors