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Gobi Aloo Curry

Wishing a Very Happy Gandhi Birthday to all my friends. To honor the Father of the Nation here presenting a no meat pure veg without any use of onion and garlic delicious gobi aloo curry recipe. A simple easy to follow cauliflower and potato curry for all you. Best part of it is you can have it any time paring with roti, pooris , paratha or even steamed rice. I am sure you all will love gobi aloo curry.

Preparation time : 10 minutes
Cooking time: 15 minutes
Serves  : 4  

Ingredients :  
2 potatoes cubed 
10 to 12 florets of cauliflower 
¼  tsp asafetida / hing 
½ tsp kalonji / nigelaa sativa 
1 cup  tomatoes  cubed 
1 tsp  or to taste red chilly powder 
2 tbsp  oil 
1 to 2 tsp ghee 
2 pinch garam masala powder
salt to taste 

Methods of Cooking :  Heat oil in a pan . Fry the cauliflower florets and potatoes separately. Now heat ghee in a pan add hing and kalonji. Then add tomatoes and salt . Fry till the tomatoes are mushy. Add chili powder. Add fried potatoes. Add water so that you get a runny curry consistency. Let it come to boil. When the potatoes are almost cooked add fried cauliflower florets. Cook for another 5 minutes. Then add garam masala powder. Put off the flame. It’s done. Enjoy gobi aloo curry .

Happy Cooking!


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