The best part about Indian Cooking is the delicious marriage between the spices and vegetables. You could create an array of wonderful curries and dishes with the magic of Spices and Herbs. This is what Indian cooking teaches you about, making plain vegetables delectable and nutritious! This is the reason why a lot of Indians who are Vegetarian can stay as Vegetarians for life. Indian cooking is all about making good use of ginger, garlic, fresh herbs and the spices but that too in right proportions just enough to revive your taste buds. I do agree too Indian food( especially in my kitchen ) is spicy, but you sure can adjust the spice to your taste. Thats the magic in Indian Cooking.

Heres my Kadai Purple Aloo Gobi Curry, Purple potatoes cooked with cauliflower and peas in a tomato based sauce flavored with Ginger, Cilantro and Mint. Lovely combination of vegetables and spices. The curry is so delicious you dont need a lot of rotis/chapthis to go with it! Yep you can finish the curry as is!

Ingredients you need:
  • 1 Purple potato
  • 1 red potato
  • fistful of peas
  • 1/4 cauliflower
  • 2 - 4 green chillies
  • 1 tomato
  • 1 inch ginger root julienned
  • Mint
  • Cilantro
  • 1 tbsp Coriander powder
  • 1 tsp cumin powder
  • a pinch of turmeric
  • 4 tbsp oil

Method of Preparation:
  • Seperate cauliflower into florets, rinse thouroughly in warm water with salt and microwave for 2-3 min, cauliflower should still be firm
  • Cook the potatoes in microwave until done( should still hold the shape )
  • In a kadai / saute pan , heat oil add 1/3 of coriander powder and 1/3 of cumin powder and then stir in cauliflower and dry saute for 2 mins, remove and keep aside
  • Repeat the same above process for potatoes too and keep aside
  • In the same pan, add remaining oil, add remaining coriander and cumin powders along with turmeric, Stir fry for few seconds and add peas, ginger and green chillies. Fry for a min and then add chopped tomato and salt
  • Once the tomato is cooked add the sauteed potato pieces and cauliflower. Cook until everything comes together
  • Adjust salt to taste and finish with cilantro and mint

Go ahead and serve this simple Purple Aloo Gobi along with Jeera Rice, Hot Rice, Rotis or even Tortillas and the best compliments are in for sure!!

My Purple Kadai Aloo Gobi Curry is on its way to:

5 COMMENTS:

Swarnavalli Suresh said...

Wow this is so tempting...

Swarnavalli Suresh said...

wow this is so tempting!!!

notyet100 said...

curry looks delicious,..

Jay said...

Hy Kalwa,
first time here...curry sounds awesome with delicious click..nice presentation..
happy to follow u..
do stop by mine sometime..:)
Tasty appetite

Harry said...

Looks real yummy and definately going to try. Every person has a special touch on curries and is the greatness of Indian cooking. Recently I came up with simple method for making dry version of curries adapted to western kitchens. Metthod is posted as "instruction" for Vegeterian Vegan Curry on http://www.harryzspices.com/

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