Aleecha Vegetable Stew

Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 45 mins

Ethiopia recipe for tour 2005

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Boil the cabbage until softened. Fry onions in butter until translucent.
  2. Add curry powder - cook for 1 minute.
  3. Add 1/4 cup water to the onion mixture, cook for 5 minutes add carrots and potatoes and cook 15 minutes add cauliflower, cook 5 minutes add cabbage, cook for 15 minutes. Serve.
Most Helpful

4 5

Excellent flavor and perfect timing on the vegetables in order to keep them al dente and not mushy. I did have to add about 3/4 cup more water, however, to keep the sauce from sticking. I would wonder if I had the heat too high, but the vegetables were perfectly al dente with the recipe's timing, so I don't know what the story might be. After the curry had been added, I started using a lid. I also added another tablespoon of butter because the local restaurant makes them very buttery and deleted the potatoes entirely and used an entire small head of cauliflower; halved the carrots. This is one of my two very absolute favorite ways to eat caulflower--makes it so painless. I wil definitely use this recipe again. ZWT7

5 5

Super! These veggies come togther wonderfully. The only thing I added was a little salt. I used a mild curry powder. Also, I didn't boil my cabbage wedges first; I simply added them when I added the carrots and potatoes, so the cabbage still had a little crunch to it. I'll make this again for sure. Thanx for posting!

4 5

We love a good vegetable curry and this is certainly in that category. I only had 1/2 a cabbage in my fridge, so cut down the whole recipe accordingly for just my DH and I. Then I decided to saute the cabbage in a large pot with the onions instead of boiling them. I have both hot and sweet curry powder and opted for the spicey version, giving this dish a great tongue tingling flavor. We enjoyed this curry with a handful of plumped raisins, some toasted sliced almonds, all served over hot brown rice. Healthy and delicious!! I always trust your recipes, Rita!