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Rani Manjusha Kothari Posted on Sat Jan 29 2011
Wow! It came out wonderful.... I lost my recipe from the time I was in the catering college and here I found this one.Just Perfect. Loved it. The Paav were very soft to touch and oh so delicious.Thanks Chef!Reply 0 - Replies
HarithaRag Tapal Posted on Fri Mar 25 2011
Hi sanjay garu i like ur recieps and i tried almost all.keep going thanks VAHchefReply 0 - Replies
See Bee Posted on Wed Apr 06 2011
I tried the recipe !! Perfect at attempt 1st !! Thanks So Much!!Reply 0 - Replies
naazialatif1 Posted on Thu May 26 2011
sanjay i have learned a lot from....thank you for everything.....god bless you...i have one query regarding dis reciepe of bread......how do i measure 7gms can u plz tell me in tbsp......Reply 0 - Replies
jyoti4N Posted on Wed Jun 01 2011
what's a good substitute for yeast in the pav- if there is one?Reply 0 - Replies
swatiagarwal143 Posted on Wed Jun 29 2011
@naazialatif1 i think tgms is equal to 1 tbspoonReply 0 - Replies
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hallaqueen Posted on Sun Sep 11 2011
i did exactly like it is mentioned in the video. turned out perfect!!! thank you vah chef .. your recipes always work!Reply 0 - Replies
Rosesorganic Soap Posted on Sat Oct 08 2011
i love to watch your cooking...its fun to watch n cook...keep it up.Reply 0 - Replies
prabhu219 Posted on Thu Jan 12 2012
no offense Sanjay, I do love ur clips, but "wOVEN"???...hahaha...u cracked me up... ;'DReply 0 - Replies
Sneha Dhanya Posted on Mon Jan 24 2011
Hello Sanjay, We tried making Pav at home.. It came well but the base was a little hard. Rest was good.. Is there any reason why the base became hard?Reply 0 - Replies