Ingredients

How to make it

  • Heat oil in dutch oven, or large pan with cover, over med- high heat. Add onion and stir till translucent. Add cumin seeds. Cook until onions are light brown – do not burn them. Add Cilantro stalks, stir. Add turmeric, paprika and salt, stir. Add chilies, tomatoes, garlic, ginger, potatoes & cauliflower and mix till everything is well coated. Add 2+ T water, stir and cover. Reduce heat to med low and let simmer for 20 mins. Stir and add Garam Masala, stir again. Sprinkle Cilantro leaves on top of the curry, cover and turn heat off. Let sit for as long as possible before serving – up to 15 min.

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  • angelink05 2 years ago
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    " It was excellent "
    kukla ate it and said...
    OOOPPPSS... I didn't change anything, except I used some fresh (very ripe) tomatoes (only because I had some that needed to be used) instead of canned, and I took some aside to add some chicken for my daughter. She feel she got the better end of the stick :)
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    " It was excellent "
    kukla ate it and said...
    Didn't just 'like' it, we adored it!
    Well worth the rating :)
    TY.
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    " It was excellent "
    kukla ate it and said...
    I just had some aloo gobi for the first time -- and my daughter said, "What?? No chicken??" LOL! I will try to make this one for her WITH CHICKEN as you like it too ... Thanks, Sunny :)
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  • uhannigan 6 years ago
    Very nice! I can't wait to try this. (Any dish with this much cilantro has to be good.) I've had aloo gobi in restaurants but never made it at home. Each restaurant seems to do it differently. I just added Serrano peppers to my grocery shopping list.
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  • ramajrs 7 years ago
    well you can add a bit of pepper powder for taste in place of chillie which make it more tastier
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  • bmore_foodie 7 years ago
    I love aloo gobi........never made it with tomatoes, though.
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