Aloo Gobi Recipe
September 28th, 2011 31 Comments

Aloo Gobi Recipe

Aloo Gobi
Aloo Gobi pictures (5 of 6)

It’s amazing how social media has transformed communications—meeting new friends, discovering food blogs, or simply hanging out. I discovered Food Wanderings through Twitter and met Shulie Manick. Food Wanderings is a food blog with Mediterranean, Indian, vegetarian and vegan recipes, all graced with Shulie’s gorgeous food styling and photography. For this guest post, Food Wanderings share with us her Aloo Gobi recipe—a classic Indian recipe that is both healthy and delicious. If you are on Twitter, you can follow Shulie here.

Aloo Gobi, potatoes and cauliflower, a traditional Northern Indian Punjabi dry curry dish is very popular across the entire Indian sub continent. There are a few ways of cooking this dish and restaurants adjust their method of cooking for last minute assembly. Some fry them first, but I prefer to let the dish cook on low/medium heat while it’s releasing its moisture and cooks in its own juices until the potatoes melt like butter, while the cauliflower still maintains some crunchiness. I favor the frying method when it comes to okra. I did not add the amchoor powder, mango powder (see optional section), as my mom always served a wedge of lemon or lime along any curry dish she cooked for that extra tanginess if desired.

Aloo Gobi

I want to take this opportunity to thank Bee for having me in her fabulous Rasa Malaysia space. I have been following Rasa Malaysia ever since I launched my site a couple years ago this winter. If it weren’t for Bee I would not have been introduced to Malaysian and other unfamiliar to my palate South Asian cuisines. I love the fact that she is a new mom to a baby boy as I sent mine off to college. These moments with your baby are so precious Bee! Enjoy!

RECIPE HERE: Aloo Gobi Recipe

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  1. Sofiah says:

    Is this the same dish that is served in Indian buffet restaurants? if so, thanks because I love aloo gobi.

  2. Rosa says:

    That dish looks lovely! A great guest post. Thanks for sharing Shulie’s work here.



  3. Thank you Bee for having me here as a guest. You are the best!! All the success that came your way and much that awaits is well deserved! Am sure your cookbook will sell many copies internationally and I am awaiting mine through amazon as we speak!!

  4. I love cauliflower but I’ve never seen it prepared like this! Looks beautiful and flavorful. Thanks for introducing this dish to us!

  5. Ahna Skop via Facebook says:

    Yum! My favorite Indian dish!

  6. Fira Zainal via Facebook says:

    Ah! I make this all the time. Will have to try your recipe! :)

  7. Darla Yancho via Facebook says:

    Just made it, the best!

  8. This truly is one of the most liked dish in India…
    My mom makes it almost the same way, just a bit more spicy…
    Congrats on your book Bee..

  9. Jean says:

    Cauliflower is one of my top 3 choices when it comes vegetables. And cooking it in this traditional Indian way is one of my top 3 choices when it comes to cook Cauliflower.

  10. Roasting Cauliflower in seasoned Béchamel sauce is another lovely way to serve Cauliflower.

  11. Hannah says:

    This dish looks delicious, such vibrant colour. Great photography too!

  12. SparklingRachel says:

    where can I get asafetida leaves?

  13. I love healthy tasty food and Indian is a favourite flavour. I will look forward to trying this dish.

  14. I’ve got quite a number of Indian, Punjabi friends and this dish looks amazing! I hope to be able to make this dish for them one day to make them proud! =D Thanks for sharing this, lovely! =)

  15. This is a great recipe of cauliflower & potatoes! So nice to see my friend, Shulie on this site. What a beautiful dish from two of my favorite food greats! Thanks for sharing!

  16. almostveg says:

    If you liked this version of aloo gobi, try another version that my mom used to make for us and now I make it all the time at

  17. Catastasia says:

    I made this lASt week and love it!


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