Aloo Gobi | Potatoes and Cauliflower with a Yoghurt Based Sauce

This is an amazing taste experience. Make sure you try it and I promise it will be on your 10 Favourite Ways to Eat Cauliflower list

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This is a surprising and wonderful dish from India. You can’t imagine how good the combination is just by looking at the list of ingredients. There is something quite magical about Aloo Gobi.

This particular recipe combines a paste of coconut, green chilli and green coriander leaves with spices and the potatoes and cauliflower. It makes for a wonderfully flavoured dish of this famous vegetable combination. Cauliflower and potatoes do go so well together.

Try to find a kadhai (Indian wok) for your Indian cooking if you can. They are generally available from Indian grocery shops. A kadhai will make it easier to cook many Indian dishes.

I would also recommend reading this article on cooking with yoghurt that will help you avoid the yoghurt splitting.

Are you looking for other Potato dishes? Try Potatoes Baked with Cumin and Tomato, Subudana Kitchari with Potatoes and Peanuts, and Tandoori Aloo.

Or perhaps Cauliflower recipes? Try South Indian Cauliflower Soup, Cauliflower Pilaf, and Vegetarian Muqluba.

Perhaps some Yoghurt dishes? Try Banana and Berry Lassi, Cucumber Pachadi and Moar Kuzhambu.

Browse all of our Indian recipes, all of our Cauliflower recipes, and all of our Potato dishes. Check out our easy Early Winter recipes.

Feel free to browse the vegetarian recipes from our first blog from 1995 – 2006 in our Retro Recipes series.

 

Aloo Gobi

It doesn’t photograph well, but it is delicious!

Aloo Gobi | Indian Cauliflower and Potato Curry

grind together to a paste
2 Tblspn grated Coconut
0.5 – 1 green chilli
0.25 cup green coriander chopped
0.5 tspn ginger, chopped
2 cloves garlic, chopped
1 onion, chopped
0.5 tspn plain flour

ingredients
0.5 medium Cauliflower
2 potatoes, boiled and peeled
2 – 3 Tblspn ghee – don’t skimp, it needs this amount to cook out the flour
0.5 tspn cumin seeds
1 green chilli, seeded and sliced
1 onion, finely chopped
0.25 tspn turmeric
0.5 tspn coriander powder
2 Tblspn natural yoghurt

to garnish
juice half lemon or lime
1 Tblspn green coriander, chopped (cilantro(

method
Break cauliflower into florets. Simmer in boiling water for 3 – 4 minutes. Drain and keep aside.

Chop the cooked  and peeled potatoes into medium chunks.

Grind the ingredients indicated together to make a paste. Add the tiniest amount of water if you need to. It is best to use a spice grinder to do this. If you don’t have one, use a mortar and pestle to mash them together until a paste is formed, or chop them together until very very finely chopped.

Heat the ghee in a kadhai or large pan. Add the cumin seeds and allow to splutter. Add the onion and green chilli and sauté until translucent and soft. Add the ginger-garlic paste that you made, turmeric powder and coriander powder, and sauté for 2 – 3 minutes.

Add the yoghurt, stirring continuously, otherwise it will split, until boiling resumes. Add the potatoes and cauliflower, stir gently and cook until the gravy thickens. Stir occasionally to avoid burning. When the gravy is thick – the oil may separate, and this is a good thing – add lemon juice. Garnish with coriander.

Aloo Gobi

Author: Ganga108

Heat in the Kitchen, Cooking with Spirit. Temple junkie, temple builder, temple cleaner. Lover of life, people, cultures, travel. Champion of growth, change and awareness. Taker of photos. Passionate about family. Happy.

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