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Pav Bhaji is undoubtedly one of the most beloved street foods in the Indian culinary landscape. To craft this delectable dish, a medley of vegetables is boiled, mashed, and then simmered with a delightful blend of spices and tomatoes. This flavour-packed concoction is traditionally served with buttered pav. While Pav Bhaji is widely available across the nation, a specific restaurant in Mumbai has garnered quite a reputation for its extraordinary rendition—dubbed “Heart Attack Pav Bhaji.” A viral video making the rounds on the internet showcases this unique dish, and it is not hard to see why it earned such a dramatic name—thanks to the astonishing quantity of butter used.
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The video kicks off with the generous placement of two substantial blocks of butter on a sizzling griddle. Next in line, the pav buns make their entrance, getting toasted to golden perfection in this pool of buttery goodness. After that, the bhaji is mashed and topped with an extravagant quantity of butter. And just when you thought it could not get any more indulgent, the grand finale sees a substantial block of butter sliced and placed atop each plate of Pav Bhaji

Take a look at the video:

The playful caption of the video reads, “Makhan mai thodi si pav bhaji daal di bhaiya ne [Brother has put a little pav bhaji in the butter]”. As for the location, the text spilt the beans that this extraordinary Pav Bhaji can be tried at Sardar Pav Bhaji in Mumbai. The video has gathered a total of 2.3 million views with hundreds of viewers showcasing their shocking reaction in the comment section.

A user wrote, “Itne butter ke saath heart attack free [Heart attack is free with this much butter]”

Another user added, “Perfect caption.”

Someone said, “Worst pav bhaji I had.”

Would you ever try this butter-loaded pav bhaji? Tell us in the comment section.

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