What is aloo gobi?
Aloo = Potato
Gobi = Cauliflower
Do I have to use boiled potatoes?
You can use boiled potatoes or raw potatoes. If you use boiled potatoes, add them towards the end (as in the recipe below). If you use raw potatoes, add them at the same time as the cauliflower.
Is Aloo gobi keto friendly?
The amount of potatoes can be scaled down pretty easily. I personally prefer more cauliflower than potato anyways! Scale down the potatoes to whatever amount fits your macros! You can also add a couple extra teaspoons of ghee/oil to up the fat.
Timmi’s Tips and Tricks
What garam masala should I use?
How can I make this more party-friendly?
The amount of oil in this recipe is for regular home cooking. If you’re cooking this for a party, feel free to go slightly heavier on the oil. As they say in my family, “jo kare ghyo, na kare maa na kare pyo.”
- 4 cups cauliflower cut into small florets
- 1 cup potatoes boiled and chopped to bite size
- 1 inch piece of ginger
- cilantro chopped for garnish
- 1/2 tsp jeera cumin
- 1/2 tsp red chili powder
- 1 tsp haldi turmeric
- 1.25 tsp salt or to taste
- 3 tsp oil
- Heat a pan or wok up over medium-high heat and add oil.
- Once oil is hot, add cumin.
- Once the cumin starts splattering, add the ginger and cauliflower. Mix well.
- Add all the spices (haldi, red chili powder, salt). Mix well.
- Lower heat to low and cover with lid to steam. Keep checking periodically and stir the pot to ensure nothing burns.
- When cauliflower is tender and easily mashable, add the potatoes.
- Stir for another minute or so to ensure potatoes are fully incorporated.
- Turn off the heat.
- Garnish with chopped cilantro.
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