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Recipe for Aloo Gobi

Recipe for Aloo Gobi

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Aloo Gobi or Potato Cauliflower Curry is well known in Punjabi families. This is generally eaten with Roti, Chapathi or Naan Bread. Here Potato and Cauliflower are cooked in various Indian Spices!



Preparation Time:

15 mins

Cooking Time:

30 mins


Cauliflower cut into florets - 2 Cups
 Potatoes cubed - 2
 Ginger grated - 1 tsp
 Coriander Powder - 3 tsp
 Turmeric Powder - ¼ tsp
 Cayenne Pepper Powder - ¼ tsp
 Water - 3 tbsp
 Oil - 3 tbsp
 Pinch of Asafoetida
 Cumin Seeds - ½ tsp
 Green Chillies slit lengthwise - 2
 Bay Leaves - 2
 Salt - 1 tsp
 Mango Powder - 1 tsp
 Chopped Coriander Leaves (Cilantro) for garnishing


• Mix Ginger, Coriander Powder, Cayenne Pepper, Turmeric in 3 tablespoons of Water to make a paste.

• Heat Oil in a pan, add Cumin Seeds, Bay Leaves, Green Chillies and stir for few seconds.

• Then add the paste and stir for about a minute till spices start leaving the Oil.

• Add Cauliflower, Potatoes, Salt and mix well. Add some Water if required.

• Cover and cook on medium heat for about 15-20 minutes or until the Vegetables are tender.

• Lastly sprinkle the Mango Powder and Coriander Leaves. Aloo Gobi is ready to be served!


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