Saturday, October 06, 2012

Aloo Gobhi ki subzi (Potato and Cauliflower stir fry)

Crisp and mildly spiced Potato and cauliflower stirfry -cooked in North Indian way

Aloo Gobhi is a classic North indian curry/subzi originally from the Northern state of Punjab,but now very popular in India and pakistan.

This can be found in the menu card of every big or small restaurant and dhaba's.Every home have it's own version and choice of spices to make it, some like to deep fry the vegetables before adding in the curry,some make it in the tomato gravy-I have already posted Gobhi Masala but personally I don't like to make it spicy always,it taste great with mild spices too.

I add some crushed black cardamom seeds and home made garam masala with the routine spices to enhance the flavour.You can also add peas instead of potatoes and make it as gobhi matar stir fry.Try this simple curry,you will surely love this.

potato and cauliflower curry



Prep time-10 min
Cooking time-10 min
CUISINE-Indian ,punjabi
Type-side,main
serve-6

INGREDIENTS-
  • Cauliflower-400 gms
  • Potato-2 medium*
  • Tomato-1
  • Chopped ginger-1 tsp
  • Fresh coriander-1.5 tbsp
Spices-
  • Turmeric-1/2 tsp
  • Chili powder or flakes-1 tsp
  • Mango powder-1 tsp *
  • Garam masala-1/3 tsp
  • Salt-1tsp
Tempering-
  • Refined oil -3.5 tbsp
  • Black cardamom-2
  • Cumin seeds-1 tsp
  • Cloves-2
  • Asafoetida-1/2 tsp
PROCEDURE-
  1. Wash and soak cauliflower florets in salted lukewarm water to remove the worms if any.
  2. Peel and dice potatoes in medium size pieces.
  3. Open the black cardamom and slightly crush the seeds.
  4. Heat oil in a pan and add cumin seeds and asfoetida .
  5. When seed start crackling add cardamom seeds and cloves.
  6. Now add turmeric,diced potatoes,and chopped ginger.
  7. Saute for 1 minute,cover and cook for 1.5 minute on slow heat.
  8. Now open the pan and add cauliflower and salt,mix and saute for a minute
  9. Now cover and cook on slow flame till nearly done.Keep stirring in between.
  10. Now add chopped tomato and all the spices,mix gently.
  11. Cover and cook on medium flame  till done(approx-1-2 minutes)
  12. Add chopped coriander and serve hot.
NOTE-
1-Add 1.5 tsp of ghee at step 9 to give a very nice flavour and taste to the dish.
 2-You can also add 1/2 cup of fresh peas along with potato and cauliflower.
3- can also add 1 tsp of dried fenugreek leaves(kasoori methi) instead of cardamom seeds.
4- Add 1.5 tsp of lemon juice if you don't want to add mango powder. 

Serving suggestions-best with any Indian bread ,daal , rice, or for making sandwiches

18 comments:

Satya said...

too tempting aloo gobi, feel like to grab the bowl and gobble it

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Santosh Bangar said...

wow tempting in india it is new season veg so like it to eat

Divya Pramil said...

My favorite combo Anjana ji its already lunch time here and I feel tempted to grab this yummy preparation :)
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Faseela Noushad said...

great yummy n delicious recipe...

Beena.stephy said...

Tempting stir fry

Rashida Shaikh said...

It looks flavourful and florets are looking so beautiful…

Archana Potdar said...

Our favourite.
Love the pics.
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Gajus kitchen said...

First time to your blog and like all your recipes .Happy to follow you.

Veena Theagarajan said...

So yummy looking Cauliflower & potato..Love the click
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Hamaree Rasoi said...

Delicious and mouthwatering aloo gobhi.
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Shobha Kamath said...

Looks yummy and gr8 pics too!

radha said...

Love the look of the curry. With a couple of rotis what a meal it would be!

Priya said...

Can have this stir fry with anything, my fav combo.

Mina Joshi said...

Love the stir fry subzi.

PT said...

simply awesome :)

Uj said...

Hi Anjana,
I tried this recipe from your blog and it came out really wonderful. I usually make aloo gobhi with garlic and onion.This one tasted great without any of it.
I made some substitutions such as using kasuri methi as you suggested and I used green cardamom instead of black as I did not have any.Following you! Thanks

laura said...

I tried this for the first time. its tasty. it was simpleto make. pls post some more veg subzi recipes.. i would love to make...

Maayeka said...

Hi Laura
there are so many veg subzi in my blog ,please check my recipe index.they all are delicious and easy to make,you will surely love them
Anjana