Thursday, November 6, 2008

Aloo Gobi

This is one of the most easiest recipes I can think of when I buy cauliflower from the market. It's quick, easy and very tasty.


Cauliflower - 1 (cut in to florets)
Potatoes - 2 (diced)
Tomatoes- 4 Fine chopped
Onion - 1 (fine chopped)
Ginger garlic paste - 2 tspns
Cumin seeds - 1 tspn
1 green chilly (slit)
Red Chilli powder - 1 tspn
Cumin powder - 1 tspn
Garam masala - 1 tspn
Coriander powder - 1 tspn
Coriander leaves - ½ cup
Oil - 1 tbl spn
Salt to taste


1.Wash cauliflower as mentioned here. Heat Oil in a pan,add cumin seeds, onions, green chilly, ginger garlic paste. Fry till the raw smell goes and till the onions turn transperant. Take care not to burn them. So do this on low heat.

2. Add tomatoes, and the powders like cumin, coriander, red chilly powder, then toss in cauliflower florets and potatoes together.

3. All of the spices blend really well when you add the veggies together. Add little water for the veggies to cook. Add salt.

4. Add garam masala and coriander leaves in the end and mix well.

5. Serve hot with chapathi, phulka, Jeera rice, etc.

Actually I can send it to the Challenge event I am hosting. So this and many more will be from the host.
Also sending this recipe to Vegetarian Thanksgiving at Fun and Food cafe!


LG said...

One of the tasty simple treat for chapathis is AG. Nice one Veda.

Happy cook said...

You are fast in sending for the event.
I loce this potatoe dish .

Mansi said...

that is indeed a great aloo dish, and goes with almost everything! thanks for sending it my way Veda:)

Uma said...

this is the yummiest curry! Delicious combo of aloo and gobi! Tempting Picture.

Kalai said...

Yummy combo! Love this one with chappathi! :)

Shillu said...

Hey Veda, this looks lovely. Did you change your camera? I love teh clarity.

Arundhuti said...

aloo gobi looks yummyyyy.....lovely tempting picture!

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Usha said...

This is one of my faves...looks good :-)

Andhra Flavors said...

yummy recipe. lovely presentation.

Arfi Binsted said...

I still need more time to cook Indian food in my Kiwi kitchen hehehe I like exotic food. And thank you for leaving a nice comment on my blog. I think that's one of the way why we are blogging: to exchange ideas.


LG said...

You have few awards in my blog

Shillu said...

Hi Veda - long time you have not posted. Hope everything is fine. take care.

Sig said...

Hi Veda, I haven't been here in a while... Hope you are doing well! I love that serving bowl, very cute :)

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