Aaloo gobhi ki sabzi

Aaloo – Gobhi ki sabzi

Aaloo-Gobhi ki sabzi (potato and cauliflower) is loved by almost all my family members on all occasions. This sabzi is part of our regular food menu. If we have some guests at home, then aaloo-gobhi ki sabzi will be part of the spread. You will also find this in any elaborate wedding feast!

Aaloo gobhi ki sabzi

Generally, all age groups like this. I remember that whenever during winter season we used to have sudden guests at my parents’ house, my mother used to prepare this sabzi with little extra oil and spices. We were instructed that this sabzi is only for the guests as quantity used to be less due to their unexpected arrival. The taste of the dish prepared by her used to be so out-of-the-world that my siblings and I always wished that guests shouldn’t be very hungry so that we will get to enjoy in sufficient quantity once they have eaten😀.

Children can think of anything, isn’t it!!!😇

Aaloo gobhi ki sabziSometimes, if cauliflower is sufficient in quantity, I don’t add potatoes.  It tastes equally good. But kids are fond of potatoes so you can add them…

There are a few more vegetables dishes in the blog. If interested, can take a look…Vegetables (Curries)

Ingredients :

Cauliflower 500 gms
Potatoes 2 medium size
Oil 5 tbsp
Cumin seeds (jeera) 1/2 tsp
Small mustard seeds(rai) 1/2 tsp
Asafoetida powder (hing) 1/8 tsp
Turmeric powder 1/2 tsp
Red chilli powder 1 tsp
Coriander powder 1 tbsp
Salt as per your taste
Green chillies chopped 2 – 3
Grated ginger 1/4 tsp
Dry mango powder (amchur) 1tsp
Garam masala 1 tsp

Water 1/8 cup, if later sabzi is not cooked and yet sticking to the bottom add 1/8 cup more.
Chopped green coriander leaves for garnishing

Process :

Cut cauliflower florets in small to medium size along with potatoes and wash them nicely.

Cauliflower florets

Chopped potatoes and cauliflower

Heat oil in a wok and add rai, hing and jeera.

Add cut cauliflower and potatoes along with chopped green chilies and grated ginger.

Add red chilly powder, coriander powder, salt and turmeric powder.

Mix everything and add 1/8th or 1/4th cup of water and cover the wok. Reduce the heat to sim and let it cook till cauliflower and potatoes turn soft. In between, stir 2-3 times.

When it is nearly cooked, add garam masala and dry mango powder, mix it well and again cover and cook it for 2-3 minutes. If you don’t want to use dry mango powder, add chopped tomatoes.

Sabzi is ready.

Add chopped green coriander leaves just before serving.

Aalo gobhi ki sabzi

 

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Deeksha Pathak

I like reading, watching movies, listening to music, doing some art and craft, cooking, baking and exploring new ideas. Baking is my new passion!!

45 thoughts on “Aaloo – Gobhi ki sabzi

  1. You know that is my favourite, it is looking gooooood! (correction: one of my favourites) It looks like I cut the cauliflower in too big pieces though. Next time I will try to be less lazy … 😉 … I will definitely try your version! For green chilis I have to go into town, in our local supermarket they only have red ones, and they don’t agree with me.

    1. Jaya, my mother started using rai and jeera together. I liked it so I also continued in the same way. Here in Bangalore we get gobhi all the time. But I love when we get vegetables according to the seasons. There is no more excitement if you get everything all the time.

  2. Not a sabzi that I was fond of in my growing up years but I love it now. The only dealbreaker is when you don’t get good Gobhi.

    1. You are so right Arv. There is a lot of dilemma… If gobhi is completely clean then it is grown with pesticides and if it is not clean, we don’t feel like buying. Finally I decided to buy pesticide free ones. Wash it with hot turmeric water and use it!!

      1. Yes cause at times just cauliflower too tastes very nice without potatoes. Actually to make simple I just cut one onion and put few chillies and fry once nice and tender I keep three four lasoon and then add our spices and then cauliflower tastes nice and yummy.

      2. Lahsun aur pyaaz add zing in any dull subzi Kamal. Even French beans tastes too good with garlic ginger paste.

        I miss garlic taste a lot as I am the only one who likes it. Once in a while I prepare lahsun ki chutney to satisfy my cravings 😁😂

      3. Yes I do now like this with all my vegetables easy and simple and nice to eat. So sad there are many who don’t like in their food though it adds so much flavour. Ya even chatni is good you can have with your food. 😊😊😊😁😁😁😁

  3. Wow
    है देवी अन्नपूर्णा
    आपके हाथों में जादू देख रहे
    भाई के लिए थाली तो हाथों लाई नही
    पर फोटो में हम सब्जी मस्त देख तरस रहे।।

  4. Oh my gosh! This looks so lovely, Deeksha! My man and I love cauliflower and I’m always trying to prepare it different ways…I’ve bookmarked this and will try it! Thank You!!! Huge hugs and Cheers! 🤗❤️😊

  5. My Goodness My Goodness! Cauliflower!! My favorite!
    I went to a famous Indian restaurant before, and they served the similar dish — potatoes and cauliflower! Super delicious.
    Hope everything goes well to you and family. Hope everybody enjoy cauliflower forever.

    1. Cauliflower is a winner dish every where, isn’t it!! It is regular in our kitchen, once in a week for sure!!
      How are you doing Oscar. We are fine here though yesterday two cases were detected in our apartment. It looks like a never ending pandemic.

      1. I am ok. I did not watch news and followed the cases for a while… it is too much and too many negative news.
        My goodness. Is it ok to stay in your apartment now? Please be very careful. Please stay alert and safe. I pray for you and family.

  6. Wow, gobi vegetable is made in almost all the households. I also like it very much. You made it very well. 😊Awesome recipe ma’am🙏🌻🎆💐

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