Sign up Dishoom's Pau Bhaji Although a far cry from a traditional bhaji, this Dishoom dish maintains all the fun of the fair. It’ll spice up the weariest of vegetables and bundle a spare bread roll along for the ride. There's no need to stick to this veg list, seek inspiration from whatever's in the fridge. Serves 4Ingredients:50ml vegetable oil25g butter1 white onion, chopped1 small potato, diced¼ can of chopped tomatoes½ small pepper, choppedHandful of diced cauliflower1 small carrot, dicedHandful of French beans, choppedHandful of peas1 tsp red chilli powder½ tsp turmeric powder1.5 tsp cumin2 tsp garam masala4 soft bread rolls (burger buns) Handful of fresh coriander leaves, 4 lime wedges and 1 chopped red onion (to garnish)Method: Heat the oil in a pan; add chopped white onion and sauté till golden brown. Add all the dry spices to the pan and cook for one minute. Sprinkle a little water in the pan and sauté for a few more moments. Add the tomatoes and cook till they are soft and oil separates. Parboil all the vegetables and add to the sauce mix. Cook on low heat until they become mushy. Over a medium heat, mash the mixture with a potato masher. Add half the butter and continue cooking till almost completely mashed. Add more butter, just before service, for that fresh buttery flavour. Grill the bread bun on a hot griddle, butter and serve with the bhaji mash in a bowl, topped with chopped onions, coriander and lime wedge. Thanks to Dishoom for contributing the recipe and photo.