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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Aloo gobi matar recipe      
          Aloo Gobi mutter is an awesome combination as subji for both roti and rice. My family loves potato, cauliflower and peas. So this is a winning combo. I make aloo gobi simply with onion and tomato, but this one is a spicy version with ginger garlic and other spices. This was quite a welcome change for me and Aj as usual loved it as it had a great flavour. I made it to pair it with Masala kuzhambu and this was a perfect match for it.
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Aloo Gobi Mutter recipe

Indian Lunch
Prep Time: 15 mins    |  Cook time: 15 mins    Serves: 3

Ingredients

Potato, small 2
Cauliflower, cut into small florets 1 cup
Peas 1/2 cup
Onion 2
Sambar powder/ Red chilli powder 1 tsp
Oil 1 tsp
Turmeric 1/4 tsp
Coriander leaves 2 tblsp
Salt As needed

To Grind

Garlic 4 flakes
Ginger A small piece equivalent to 2 garlic size.
Coriander seeds 2 tsp
Fennel / soambu 1 tsp

To Temper

Oil 1 tblsp
Cinnamon 1 small piece

Method

  1. Slice onion lengthwise, Peel the potato and chop into small cubes set aside. Grind the ingredients under ‘To grind’ table with little water.1-aloo-gobi-mutter 
  2. Heat a kadai with oil and temper with cinnamon and add onion, fry till transparent. Add the ground paste and fry in low flame for 2 minutes or until the raw smell goes away. 2-aloo-gobi-mutter 
  3. Add the vegetables, salt and give a fry for 2 minutes in medium flame. Add turmeric, sambar powder  and sprinkle 2 tblsp water.3-aloo-gobi-mutter 
  4. Mix well and cook covered in low flame for 5 minutes.4-aloo-gobi-mutte 
  5. Once done, add oil towards the end and fry for 3-4 minutes. Garnish with coriander leaves, chopped finely.5-aloo-gobi-mutter  

Notes

  • When you fry the veggies in the beginning, it helps the veggies to get cooked quickly. 
  • You can replace green peas with beans as well and make it same way, but make sure you use baby beans or young beans.
                   
                     Serve with your favourite , goes well with dal tadka / dal fry or with rice or roti.

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33 comments:

  1. Looks super delicious.. lovely shots too!

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  2. Looks soooo perfect... perfect with rice and roti!!
    Sowmya

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  3. Will go perfect for rasam sadham

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  4. Love it with rotis... Nice clicks

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  5. this would be perfect with chappathis... yum...

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  6. What a wonderful combo of veggies. Love to have with both rotis and rice. Pictures are classic

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  7. Delicious combo of veggie,well made...love to have it with rotis...

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  8. such a delicious combo and looks so yum...

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  9. winning combo raks ! always !

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  10. always a crowd pleaser no let me correct myself- a kid pleaser. I dont add sombu but next time i make this, i shall try. The vanali s so cute. I have one too but i forget its existence.

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  11. can I hv some roti and aloo gobi mutter? It is midnight I am hungry

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  12. wonderful combo of veggies..love to eat with rice and roti

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  13. love this combo and ur version sounds so good n flavorful...inviting pics there!!

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  14. Gorgeous clicks.. looks yummy !!

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  15. Simply awesome pics. One of my favorite side dish. Nicely done !!

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  16. method #1 says "Grind the ingredients under ‘To Temper’ table with little water." which seems to be incorrect

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    1. Sheesh! I always do this mistake, thank you very much for pointing out, corrected now :)

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  17. all time fav combo for us ....looks just yum

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  18. love this combo...
    looks delicious and beautiful clicks :)

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  19. Always a comfort food.....perfect with roti.

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  20. Looks so nice. i have never tried this combo. sounds yummy :)

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  21. I just love aloo gobi mutter and specially when it is little wet.. :) http://www.psocial.in/category/food-and-recipes

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  22. love this curry,ur version seems nice..

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  23. Looks super yummy!

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  24. My all time favourite aloo gobi matar,a killer combo.

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  25. Hey tried ur receipe today.. it came out yummn :) gonna try few more :):)

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  26. I always do gravy dishes rather than curry like dishes for chappathi. Today tried this one and came out very well. Thanks for the recipe. keep going....

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  27. I always try gravy dishes for chappathis rather than curry like side dishes. Today i tried this one and came out very well. Thanks for the recipe. Keep Going....

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  28. Hi, R u adding boiled potato here??? Coz u just added 2 tbsp of water for potato n cauliflower to get cooked!!! Pls clarify....

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    1. No its uncooked potatoes, If we fry the potatoes sometime, it gets cooked easily after we add water. I have sprinkled little water as mentioned in the step

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