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Aloo Gobi ki Sabji

Aloo Gobi ki Sabji

Not much of brainstorming this time...sis asked me to prepare aloo gobi sabji as there was cauliflowers and cabbage laying in the fridge for a week now! And every time there is gobi at home I have to make this sabji! The preparation method is the way my mom use to make simple, easy and taste amazing.



Ingredients:

Cauliflowers - 1/2 flower
Potato - 2 Medium
Tomato - 2 small or 1 big
Onion - 2 medium
Green chilies - 4-5
Ginger-garlic paste - 1 tps
Peas (optional) - 1/4 cup
Chopped coriander - 1/4 cup
Bay Leaf - 1
Cumin seeds - 1tps
Suanf - 1/3 tps
Green Cardamom - 1
Black Cardamom - 1
Black pepper - 4-5
Salt to taste
Turmeric powder - 1/4 tps
Redchilli powder - 2 tps
Coriander powder - 1 tps
Garam masala powder - 1 tps (optional)
Oil - 2-3 tablespoon
Water - 1 1/2 cup



Method:

1. Cut cauliflowers into medium peaces, peel the potatoes and cut into medium cubes.
2. Make fine paste of 1 onion, cumin seeds, suanf, both cardamoms, pepper and keep aside.


3. Chop remaining 1 onion and tomatoes, slit the chilies
4. In a pan heat 2 tbsp of oil and shallow fry the cauliflower and potatoes & keep aside.


5. In the same pan add more oil if required, add bay leaves, chopped onion, ginger-garlic paste and chilies. Sauté until onion becomes golden brown.
6. Add all the powder & paste masalas [prepared in step 2] and cook for 2-3 mins.
7. Add chopped tomatoes and cook for 4-5 mins until tomatoes become soft and masala gets cooked.


8. Add 1/2 cup water in the masala and cook for 3-4 mins.
9. Now added the potato and cauliflowers and mix well and cook in slow flame for 5-8 mins.
10. Add Peas and mix.


11. Add 1 to 11/2 cup of water, salt & cover the pan with lid and cook (8-10 mins) in medium flame until all the veggies gets done nicely.


12. Aloo gobi sabji si ready,garnish with chopped coriander.

 Aloo Gobi sabji is server with roti/paratha/rice/pulav.



35 comments:

  1. we prepare same way,,but not much of khada masalas..khada masala like javitri saunf,..badi elaichi we reserve fornon veg cookin most of the time ,,,nice entry for the event,,but why the comment for inspiration didnt get u..

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  2. I have seen this way of cooking from my mom..so I do like this...may be cause in our house my mom never cook non-veg so she used all the khada masala for veg sabjis ;)...

    What comments dear? Can you re-post??

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  3. will try ur aloo gobi version this time. i have lot of gobi stock.

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  4. Sure try and let me know how did u like it...

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  5. Looking delicious.... new recipe for me:)

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  7. wow priti
    aloo gobi that looks like shahi gobi are yaar is ko deke moome pani aagaya

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  8. Thanks Vani, Prajusha :-)
    Rekhaji, wow acha naam hai Shahi Gobi...the Shahi word gives so much different aura rite ;)

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  9. yummy sabzi .. looks mouth watering :)

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  10. i love the fact tho all of us have grown up eating these sabjis..but how the cooking varies home to home :)..nice recipe..will try this for sure

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  11. aloo gobhi who does not like?...these 2 r the all's fav veg....luv 2 have as it is...very tempting ..

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  12. aloo gobi looks delecioussssss

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  13. Sabji looks yummy and delicious.Will try ur version this time.

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  14. Looks delicious, yummy yummy aloo gobi!!!

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  15. thanks for those nice words,,.claifornia fitness bugis...

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  16. YUM! Love Aloo-Gobi anytime!:)

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  17. NO OTG,,SO SURVIVE ON READY MADE ONES ,..HAVE TO JUST HEAT BEFORE EATING,,,WE BUY FROMMUSTAFA LOTZ OF VARIETIES OF INDIAN BREAD

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  18. oh my..so many spices..
    im very lazy how? :P

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  19. Thanks Vegetable Platter, Rajitha, Suma, Sagari, Siressha, Madhavi, Asha & Tanna for your lovely comments..

    Dear Tanna no pain..no gain !! I'll try to post something simple for you...especially our favorite chickpeas recipe :p...

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  20. There is something Waiting for u at my blog :))

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  21. yummy dishes u r makin
    can u pl even prepare gobi munchuria for me?????

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  22. priti there is a surprise for you dear in my blog check it out

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  23. Pick up your award from my blog;)

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  24. awesome entry! You have something in my blog:)

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  25. My all time favorite is AG ki sabji.

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  26. You have a award on my blog :)

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  27. One of my favorite comfort foods...Aloo Gobhi! Thanks for the recipe and congrats on all the awards :)

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  28. Hey priti i did not get the meaning of the comment???

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  29. HI, ur dish is really tempting, But i wanna know " wht abt the paste which has been keep aside in the begining'(i.e) All masala paste with one small onion.
    PLease do let me know

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  30. HI, ur dish is really tempting, But i wanna know " wht abt the paste which has been keep aside in the begining'(i.e) All masala paste with onw small onion.
    PLease do let me know

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  31. Hi Priyanka, Thanks for visiting...check the point 6, there you add the paste & thanks for asking I have missed it :-)....if you try it out let me knw how it was..

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