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Monday, October 10, 2011

Aloo Gobi Recipe - Aloo Gobi Dry - How to make aloo gobi

Aloo Gobi is a great combination subji, perfect as sidedish for rotis! I made it dry to go with rotis and rice with dal.You can even make it as gravy as per your preference.

Today is an eventful day as mittu is joining her playschool...though she joined formally on vijayadasami day her regular classes starts today. I am waiting for the 3 hrs to get over to see her reactions and hear the stories :) I am sure everyone is busy with diwali preparations, aloo gobi is a easy side dish that goes well with rotis and rice, do try this.
Aloo Gobi Recipe
Aloo Gobi - Ingredients
  • Potato (Aloo) - 2 medium sized
  • Cauliflower (Gobi) - 1 flower
  • Jeera - 1.5 tsp
  • Ginger garlic paste - 1 tsp
  • Onion - 1 chopped finely
  • Tomato - 1 chopped roughly
  • Turmeric powder - a generous pinch
  • Red chilli powder - 1 tsp
  • Garam masala powder - 1.5 tsp (optional)
  • Coriander leaves - 2 tsp
  • Salt- as required
  • Oil - 2 tsp

Aloo Gobi Recipe
Method:
1.Pressure cook potatoes upto 3 whistles until soft. Peel of the skin, chop them into cubes and keep aside.Cook cauliflower florets in water with salt and turmeric powder until soft yet firm enough to bite.Heat oil in a pan, add jeera allow it to crackle. Add ginger garlic paste, onions fry till slightly browned. Aloo Gobi Recipe - Step12.Then add tomatoes cook until raw smell leaves.Now add turmeric, red chilli, garam masala powder and required salt. Saute for 3 mins.
Aloo Gobi Recipe - Step23.Add cauliflower and potatoes, mix well. Cook until the veggies absorb the masalas, it may take 2-3 mins. Adjust salt at this stage. Garnish with coriander leaves and switch off. 
Aloo Gobi Recipe - Step3
Serve hot with rotis or rice. It goes well even with any variety rice.
    Aloo Gobi Recipe
    My Notes:
    • Make sure gobi and aloo both are cooked at the same time firm enough to bite, they should not be mushy.
    • You can use tomato puree and make it gravy kind.
    • This is apt with naan, rotis or even any variety rice.
    Aloo Gobi Recipe

    This is the easiest sidedish you can make when you have both the veggies in hand. Both the veggies are my favourite so this recipe gives a regular attendance in our routine menu.

    Aloo Gobi Recipe


    Written by: SHARMILEE J

    47 comments:

    1. Wow ur kid is going to sch...I can look forward for many recipe from now on:) btw the Allo gobi looks yummy and tasty...

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    2. This is looking so yummy, loved each single piece in particular..

      Cheers
      Muskaan

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    3. this looks really yummy...thanks for the recipe dear

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    4. such perfectly cooked aloo gobi!!

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    5. Luv the combo of aloo and gobi..Cooked to perfect..

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    6. My fav and always love to have with rotis.But now a days stopped having as my frnd told tht they're putting lots of slow poison during the cultivation to avoid worms.So not hvng now but after looking at your's feel like having now.

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    7. All time fav subzi..my daughter simply loves aaloo gobhi and I make it often for her..gorgeous clicks as always. Hope your daughter had a fun time in school.

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    8. One of the my fav subzi and sharmi i love ur clicks.

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    9. A simple recipe & one of our fav!!! Love it with rotis..Your version looks super delicious!!
      Prathima Rao
      Prats Corner

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    10. Wow!!! Yummy recipe!! I remember reading a few post in your blog where you had mentioned about your hyperactive kid who never leaves you to sleep in the afternoons!!! Now, look at that, she's leaving for school!! Great!!! Now,that means I can find lot of kid friendly recipes in your blog!!

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    11. looks fantastic and perfectly done...love all the beautiful clicks.

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    12. Looks perfectly cooked,lovely clicks and props ;) hehe

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    13. perfect aloo gobi recipe... love this sabji very much..

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    14. Hope mittu would have a wonderful time !!
      infact I too plan to send my little one shortly !!!
      and recipe is as always simple and good

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    15. I agree it's easiest but they are most tasty then any other side dish...looks absolutely lovely and mouthwatering !

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    16. Love this combo anytime, can have it with a bowl of rice or with rotis.

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    17. one of my fav sabzi,I make this often..looks yumm

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    18. I can understand your anxiety Sharmi. Hope she loves school and make more friends. This just happens to be one of my most loved side dishes and like Raks said lovely props.

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    19. Thats a nice experience for both of u. Simple and delicious curry . Adding GG paste makes this flavorful.

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    20. wow delicious and yummy recipe,my fav side dish for roti...

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    21. I too make this for rice sometimes. LOved the clicks :)

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    22. Beautiful presentation! I too love this simple and delicious dish with roti.

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    23. Reminds me of the time when my kids started going to play group, how I looked forward (and still do!) to that 'free' time :))The Aloo Gobhi looks delicious!

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    24. @Janu : You have a great memory...exactly yes time just flies and kids grow so fast :)

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    25. My favourite dish. Looks so delicious..

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    26. Hope mittu had a nice time. Dish looks lovely

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    27. aloo gobi looks so yummy and simple recipe...lovely preparation, simply inviting !!!

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    28. Wow.. the aloo gobi looks so delicious. I am gonna try this for sure..

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    29. Lovely gobi recipe. I love anything with aloo. Evergreen combo.

      Cheers,
      Uma
      My Kitchen Experiments

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    30. looks fantastic and perfectly done...love all the beautiful clicks.

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    31. thats my all time favourite simple yet very yummy recipe

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    32. hi sharmi cant wait for the mysore pak recipe. the pic looks like sreekrishna sweets special mysore pak.
      cant wait more.
      post asap !!

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    33. @Mitha : Sure will post it 2mrw...Its close to SKS mysore pak but the ghee doesnt ooze out like in SKS version...but am on the lookout for the recipe, will post that version too soon :)

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    34. Perfect presentation,..looks yum,..

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    35. Supera irukku sharmi..one of my best and fav combo ..and no need to see abt ur pictures , gorgeous :)

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    36. Perfect with some parathas..love the color!

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    37. Beautiful clicks ..luks so yummy!!

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    38. Cauliflower looks perfectly cooked! Looks yummy

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    39. Simple yet delicious...will go very well with hot plain rice or rasam rice...YUMMM :)

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    40. simple and easy tried out last night, came very well thank you

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    41. Hi sharmi
      am a big fan of your recipes. Always easy to make and yummy to taste. This too looks absolutely delicious..thank you for creating this site..its most helpful for newbies like me( entered the kitchen only to search for food..never to see how its made).

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