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It's awesome me and my husband love to eat this.
I read previous reviews about the bitter taste and was like, "pshaw! they must have sensitive palates.", but then I made it and it WAS bitter. Really bitter! I guess it must be the turmeric? I don't know what caused the bitterness, but next time I might lessen the dose of turmeric and garam masala.
I found this to have a really bitter aftertaste that prevented us from really enjoying it. It wasn't terrible, but I won't be making it again.
I had high hopes for this recipe since it was so highly rated. I found this recipe to be rather bland, tasting nothing like the Aloo Gobi you would get at an Indian Restaurant. Since the recipe does not state how much garlic or ginger to use, I used a 1 inch piece of ginger and 3 garlic cloves. I also added a couple handfuls of frozen peas at the end with went nicely. Overall, this was just OK.
Very good! I would make this again!
I found this recipe very bland, lacking in the complexity of flavor I'm accustomed to enjoying when I eat this dish at Indian restaurants. My husband thought it was "ok, but not great." In addition, the large quantity of turmeric gave it a slightly "off," bitter flavor. I followed the recipe as written, using a generous 1-inch piece of ginger and 3 large cloves of garlic. I had high hopes for this recipe based upon the positive reviews, but it turns out that this just isn't the right aloo gobi recipe for us.
I am not sure why but this wasn't the best for us. It might be b/c I used crush tomatoes instead of diced? I don't know. It had a weird bite to it.
Have made this many times and am always happy with the results. The whole family likes this, I always double the recipe & we never have leftovers. Thank you for such a great recipe. Happy Cooking!
Lovely blend of spices, thanks!!!