Aloo Gobi – Indian veggie goodness

Aloo gobi is a vegetarian dish from the Indian subcontinent made with potatoes, cauliflower, and Indian spices

Simply potatoes and cauliflower in a masala curry sauce. We learnt to make this on a cookery course in Kerala, Southern India. Perfect served with fluffy rice from your Zojirushi and with a chapati or nan to soak up the sauce.

AuthorHungry PandaCategoryDifficultyBeginner

Yields1 Serving
Prep Time20 minsCook Time50 minsTotal Time1 hr 10 mins

 Cauliflower and potatoes chopped
 3 sliced onions (very thin slices)
 3 tomatoes (very thin slices)
 ½ tbsp garlic/ginger paste
 3 pinches fennel seeds
 2 cardamom seeds
 1 clove
 4 pinches cinnamon
 1 green chilliu

1

Half boil potatoes with salt and a pinch of turmeric, then add the cauliflower. Once boiled you can shallow fry in oil to give colour so they are golden.

For the sauce
2

Fry spices in sunflower oil then add sliced onion, green chilli and pinch of salt. Also add the ½ spoon of garlic/ginger paste, 1 spoon turmeric, 1 spoon chilli powder, 2 spoons coriander, 1 spoon garam masala. Add sliced tomatoes then add water until it is a sauce.

3

Add the potatoes and cauliflower and mix, add a little milk (or yoghurt if you prefer) to the sauce, some larger slices of tomatoes and garnish with a bit of fresh coriander.

Ingredients

 Cauliflower and potatoes chopped
 3 sliced onions (very thin slices)
 3 tomatoes (very thin slices)
 ½ tbsp garlic/ginger paste
 3 pinches fennel seeds
 2 cardamom seeds
 1 clove
 4 pinches cinnamon
 1 green chilliu

Directions

1

Half boil potatoes with salt and a pinch of turmeric, then add the cauliflower. Once boiled you can shallow fry in oil to give colour so they are golden.

For the sauce
2

Fry spices in sunflower oil then add sliced onion, green chilli and pinch of salt. Also add the ½ spoon of garlic/ginger paste, 1 spoon turmeric, 1 spoon chilli powder, 2 spoons coriander, 1 spoon garam masala. Add sliced tomatoes then add water until it is a sauce.

3

Add the potatoes and cauliflower and mix, add a little milk (or yoghurt if you prefer) to the sauce, some larger slices of tomatoes and garnish with a bit of fresh coriander.

Aloo Gobi