Thursday, August 23, 2012

Aloo Gobi / Easy Stepwise Recipe

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Aloo  Gobi  is a very popular  North  Indian  vegetarian  dish.  This is a dry version and it makes a winning combination with  rotis,  naan paratha or  puris. 
This delicious main dish is made with potatoes, cauliflower & cooked in an enticingly fragrant blend of spices. 
Make this authentic Indian dish at your home with this simple, tasty recipe & enjoy..:)
Ingredients:
·         Onion sliced                         - 1 cup
·         Tomato sliced                       - ¾ cup
·         Green chilly sliced                 - 1 to 2 tsp
·         Potato                                  - 2
·         Cauliflower                           - 1 small flower
·         Oil                                        - 2 tbsp
·         Cumin pwd                           - ½ tsp
·         Hing                                     - a pinch
·         Ginger garlic paste                 - 1 tbsp
·         Turmeric pwd                        - ¼ tsp
·         Coriander pwd                      - 1 tsp
·         Red chilly pwd                      - 1 tsp
·         Kasthoori methi                    - ½ tsp
·         Amchur pwd                          - ½ tsp
·         Garam masala pwd               - ½ tsp
·         Salt to taste
·         Coriander leaves
Method:
1.     Slice onion, tomato, green chilly to fine pieces
2.     Boil and cube potatoes and keep ready.
3.     Slice cauliflower to fine shreds.
4.     Cook it covered in a pan, by sprinkling little water and keep ready.
5.     Add oil to the pan and heat it.
6.     Add cumin pwd , hing, sauté for few seconds.
7.     Add ginger garlic paste and fry further.

8.     Mash onion, tomato and green chilly coarsely.
9.     Add this paste to the pan and sauté for 5 mins in medium low flame.

Fry till oil separates out of masala.

10.  Add turmeric pwd, coriander pwd, red chilly pwd, salt, kasthoori methi pwd and amchur pwd.
11.  Sauté well in low flame for 2 to 3 mins.
12.  Now add boiled and cubed potatoes.
13.  Combine well in the masala.
14.  Add cooked cauliflower and mix gently.
15.  Take care not to smash the cauliflower florets.
16.  Cook it covered for 2 minutes in simmer.
17.  Sprinkle garam masala pwd and turn off flame.
18.  Garnish with freshly chopped coriander leaves.
19.  Tasty & healthy Aloo Gobi ready.
20.  Makes a delicious combo with rotis  or  chapatis..!
Similar Recipes 
·       Aloo Paratha
·       Spicy Aloo Roast
·       Aloo Tikki
·       Gobi Manchurian
·       Gobi Pulav

47 comments:

  1. heavenly combination :)

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  2. Delicious side dish...Like it very much:)

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  3. Love it jay.. aloo gobhi is always yummy and i have one in draft still dont know when i would post it

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  4. yummy side dish for pooris or chapathis..nice SBS photo presentation!

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  5. wow my fav side dish for roti...luks tempting...

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  6. Yummy sabji..loved the rotis too.and the clicks are awesome.

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  7. Wow.... what a yummy aloo gobi... mouthwatering...

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  8. looks yummy.........

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  9. Yummy flavorful one jay..Who can resist ?

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  10. Looks divine. Very delicious and goes well with roti/rice both.

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  11. Nice combo, looks yum.

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  12. what more do i need.
    xoxo

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  13. lovely dish dear. you made it so well.

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  14. perfect aloo gobi masala...looks very tempting!!

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  15. Aaloo gochi is my favorite dish... Yummmyy!!!

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  16. All time fav combo, very nicely done jay

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  17. Lovely pictures, flavorful Aloo gobi.

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  18. tempting dish..............

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  19. Best one for Roti.......
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  20. Super inviting pictures and love this curry..

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  21. My hubby & me are crazy about aloo gobi. Loved your version

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  22. Perfectly done aloo gobhi.looks tempting..

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  23. Yummilicious indeed! And what I love was the addition of cauliflowers which are low in calories! Great for my diet! :)

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  24. Thanks for your precious time friends..
    have a lovely friday..:)

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  25. wow, one of my favs....loooks soooo delicious :)

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  26. Simple , yummy and delicious!

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  27. Looks so bright and yummy jaya..

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  28. hi jay, hmmm delicious, you make me feel hungry. have a nice day

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  29. so yummy and nicely presented Jay

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  30. Drooling here, one of my fav dish,excellent side dish for rotis.

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  31. Looks delicious! Would love to give it a try!

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  32. Looks yum!
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  33. So glad I saw this recipe on your site...love this and will be making this soon! Thanks for the recipe!

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  34. Delicious looking dish. I love it too.

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  35. This is one of my favorite dishes when I eat out at an Indian restaurant. I'll bet you spice it up more than they do! What ingredient(s) would you suggest cutting back on for someone -- like me -- who can't eat it too hot? Gorgeous photos, as usual, Jay.

    Keep writing...

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  36. Another classic side dish...absolutely love it Jay!

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