Friday, April 18, 2008

Recipe time...

Gobi Gravy Curry

Thanks to the enthusiastic response I got the last time I posted a recipe - I feel like sharing another recipe. This time I wanted to share it because I randomly threw in a few things since I wanted some gravy dish fast to eat with frozen naan and it turned out to be really tasty. By the way, Deep Tandoori Naan is really good and is not too oily.

So here's the recipe.

One Cauliflower – cut into florets

Tomatoes – vine ripened – 2 , chopped into small pieces

Onions – 2 chopped fine
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Heat about 2 table spoons of oil in a pan.

- Jeera - 1 teaspoon
- Fennel seeds - 1 teaspoon
Add both to the oil when it is hot.
(Ginger/garlic optional at this point)

- Add the onions

- Saute for a minute or two and then add the tomatoes and the gobi florets.

- Add a quarter cup of water and cover the pan and cook on medium until florets are cooked.

- Add salt and chilli powder, Dhania jeera powder (if you have it handy), some coriander (chopped a little). I also added cooked double beans for a starchy flavor in the gravy. Cook on low for another five minutes.

It is really tasty and you can make this dish reasonably fast.
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2 comments:

DotMom said...

will try it next time I am making cauliflower!

Sumana said...

Ah noonie you making my mouth water.