Aloo Gobi

"Very simple and great with flatbread"
 
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Ready In:
55mins
Ingredients:
12
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Seperate the florets from Cauliflower. Wash & drain.
  • Cut Potatoes into Chunks.
  • Heat Oil in a Pan , add Onions & fry till translucent. Dump in the methi seeds and fry for one more minute.
  • Add ginger, garlic Paste, stir,then Mix in Potatoes and cover to cook.
  • When the Potatoes are half done , add the cauliflower,tumeric & salt. Cover to Cook.
  • Open afer a few minutes, add all the dry powders & mix. Continue cooking till the potatoes are extremely tender and soft.
  • Garnish with Cilantro leaves and Serve hot with Breads, Rice, Rotis or as a side dish.

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Reviews

  1. UmmBinat
    This is very yummy. I was confused on how much canola oil to use and I used too much . I suggest 1 tbs. I used powdered ginger and extra fresh minced garlic because I didn't have any onions! Had over buttered white Basmati rice with raita. I would make this again as it is better tasting and quicker than the recipe for Aloo Gobi I had been using.
     
  2. katie in the UP
    This was a perfect lunch! I didn't have any methi seeds, and added a touch of cayenne to heat up the chili powder just a bit. Instead of frying I roasted the potatoes in the oven for approx 30 min then added the cauliflower for the last 15 minutes, it was wonderful!
     
  3. Cookin-jo
    I found it a bit confusing to follow this recipe but the flavour was very good. I used fresh minced ginger and garlic, omitted the methi seeds and reduced all the spices by about 1/4.
     
  4. Rita1652
    I enjoyed this nicly seasoned dish. I let it cook covered for 30 minutes under low heat. I cut the recipe in half and must say there is 4 serving now.
     
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