Monday, 9 March 2009

Aloo Gobhi / Potatoes & Cauliflower

Ok ... after that experiment, it is back to some great homely food.

This is one dish that I love to make over and over again. And is loved by everybody who gets to taste it .... especially family.

I learnt this from a Punjabi colleague's wife U. She suggested that it tastes great when made with mustard oil. And of course, you can use fresh green coriander.
I don't use any masala in it .... and the only flavour is of ginger. Tastes awesome. :-)

Need : Cauliflower cut into small pieces, potato cut into small cubes, chopped tomatoes, finely chopped ginger, haldi/turmeric powder, salt to taste and a little cooking oil.

How to : Heat a little oil. Add the potatoes and stir well. Then add the cauliflower, haldi/turmeric and salt. Cover and cook till the veggies are done.

Remove cover and add the chopped ginger and tomatoes. Cover and cook till the tomatoes are done.


Serve hot with rotis / parathas / puris. :-)

23 comments:

  1. lovely colour,..tastes grest with parathas,..;-)wish u hppy holi,..

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  2. looking good! bright and pretty! Sometimes I mash up leftover aloo gobhi and stuff them in paranthas too...it's less work than making stuffing from scratch!

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  3. aloo gobhi looks very delicious Sharmila

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  4. Sharmila,
    kopir torkari khob bhalo hoyeche ..aar scones O ..
    amaar meyer shorir bhalo chilo na ,blog hopping ekdom korte pari ni ...tobe tumi onek delicious post baar korecho dekhlaam ,darun ...
    hugs and smiles

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  5. Ki shundor color hoyechey sharmila. eta amio kori, kintu ei combination e mustard oil di ni. I think since it does not have any spice, shorsher tel diye darun flavor hobe! excellent with luchi:-)

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  6. wow..!!
    Such bright pictures. looks yummy.
    And I am sure the ginger and colantro must have made it special

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  7. This is an alltime favorite.hubby loved the pic in your post, guess have to make it very soon :-) Besides wish you a very happy Holi.

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  8. This is an alltime favorite. Hubby loved the picture in your post...guess have to make it soon. besides wish you all a very happy holi.

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  9. your aloo gobhi is picture perfect! love the bright beautiful pics...

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  10. looks vibrant and delicious..must try AG this way soon

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  11. tomar aloo phulkopi ta dekhte eto sundor lagche..taste ta asadharon habe obviously..very natural w/o spice...will try soon...punjabis,do they use mustard oil, too?

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  12. Thanks Priyanka! Happy Holi to you too. :-)

    That's a great idea Ranjani! Thanks! :-)

    Thanks Trupti! :-)

    Thanks Jaya! Tomar comment na pele bhalo lage na. :-) Asha kori meye ekhon bhalo ache.

    Right Soma .. sorsher tel diye darun lage ... ektu makha makha korle bhalo lage. :-) And thanks! :-)

    Thanks Swati! And yes, it is the ginger that gives all the flavour .. and the cilantro helps too ... only I do not use it. :-)

    Thanks Vanamala! :-)

    Happy Holi to you too Sayantani! And thanks! Do try making it once. :-)

    Thanks Mandira! :-)

    Thanks Rashmi! I know you will. :-)

    Thanks Maya! :-)

    Thanks Indrani! Hain ... punjabi ra praye shorsher tel use kore. :-)

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  13. This aloo gobhi looks beautiful. I tend to make a slightly different version a lot (with green peas too) as my daughter loves it.

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  14. Bahhh khub shundor. Holi kemon khel le, ajke naki ?

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  15. Sharmila ,
    doley ki korcho aar ki banacho ..
    happy holi to you and yours ...
    hugs and smiles

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  16. I had just tasted one dish with mustard oil,the doi mach,and i am itching to try this out with the same,coz it sounds so simple yet flavorful

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  17. A def. staple. Love the pic- looks so bright and fresh.

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  18. Simple and delicious Aloo Gobi:)

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  19. I love green peas too Aparna .. only have never used in this version of gobhi. And thanks for coming over. :-)

    Thanks Sandeepa! Hyan .. aaj e holi .. kintu ami beshi khelte parina coz amar bor khelte bhalobashe na. :-(
    Tobe bondhura ele jome jaye. :-)

    Dole temon kichu korchi na Jaya .. chutir din gulote ami ranna ekdom shortcut rakhi. Ektu mishti banabo .. bas. :-) Happy holi to you too. :-)

    Do try it Alka .. am sure you'll love it. BTW I did not make it with mustard oil as I was doubtful about the flavour of ginger with it. And thanks! :-)

    Thanks Bharti! :-)

    Thanks Yasmeen! :-)

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  20. hmm,very simple n quick recipe:)looks yummmm...will sure give a try :)first time in ur blog,nice recipe collections!!do visit my blog at ur free time..hope u'll like it:)Thanks!!

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  21. Love the simplicity of the recipe. The picture looks pretty! :)

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