Goa may be a vacation spot for many. Beaches, resort, vacation and relaxation. But for me its more than that. It was my second home. It was pouring raining cats and dogs when I first stepped into Goa 9 years back and I was almost like a lost kid in the carnival. Four years of blissful college years in a beautiful campus over looking the Zuari river. As soon as I saw this recipe is one of the options in this month's BM, my spirits went high. Then and there I decided this would be my choice. Today's post is about a Goan style Pav Bhaji known as Tonak Pav in remembrance of my good old lively days.
This is off to the second day of the blogging marathon 30, week 4 under the theme "Combo Dishes". Check out the recipes of other blog marathon runners over here.
Pavani N says
Wow.. College in Goa that must have been fun. I've never been to Goa, but would love to one day.
Tonal pav looks simple and tasty.. yumm!!
Nisha, nice to know you lived there..and this subji sounds much more simpler than what I did..:)...or at least the masala I made was more complicated, however good it was..we all ended up loving it..
Gayathri Kumar says
Looks so inviting. Wonderful combo..
Priya Suresh says
Wish i get that bowl rite now, very tempting platter.
Sapana Behl says
Tonak pav looks delicious..
The Pumpkin Farm says
i so much wanted to make this recipe...i have fond memories of this....lovely picture Nisha