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I ended up making this with broccoli instead of cauliflower because the grocery store didn't have cauliflower for whatever reason (boo!) but it of course still worked out well. I think I'd cut back on the coriander next time though. We're not huge fans of it and it was a bit overpowering, but the flavours otherwise were great. Thanks!
I LOVE THIS DISH!!! So easy. I really like it with half potatoes and sweet potatos . Also I think it is best with fresh tomatoes not canned.
This had to be THE BEST vegetarian dish I have ever eaten! After tasting the spices I couldn't wait for it to get done. 20 mins felt like eternity! LOL. Would give 10 stars if I could!
Delicious, I really enjoyed it. Better the second day when flavors fully develop. Will be making it again. Thank you.
I have this cooking now and the house smells wonderful! I stop at step 7 and throw it all (except the garam masala) in the Crockpot, since I have a short attention span and may otherwise burn it. Putting the potatoes in raw has never been a problem for me, but that could be because I'm slow cooking it. Maybe the directions could be more specific about how small to cut them...
Enjoyed the recipe. However, the potatoes need to be cooked before adding to the recipe, which is a big oversight. Plus, the recipe needs significantly more salt. Otherwise, pretty good.
Best Aloo Gobi recipe I've ever come across. Tastes just as good (if not sometimes better) than what I get at restaurants! There are never any leftovers at my place. Comes out better if you use a homemade garam masala as opposed to store bought. Fun film, great recipe.
Yes yes yes yes!!! This is so close to the Aloo Gobi I have been ordering with EVERY Indian meal in the past 30 years - I thoroughly enjoyed it - as did all my guests