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You will love simple yet delicious Langarwali Aloo Gobhi cooked with the common pantry ingredients.
Aloo is potato and gobhi is cauliflower so basically, this is a cauliflower and potato vegetable yet so different from Aloo Gobhi, a common recipe.
This is a simple vegetable served in the Sikh Gurudwaras, yes it is a Punjabi-style vegetable.
In case you are wondering what Langar is then let me tell you it is a communal food kitchen that is run in Gurudwara the Sikh's place of worship.
The food at a Gurudhwars is a vegetarian meal and is free for all. There is no distinction for religion, caste, creed, gender, economic status even ethnicity. In Langar, you eat your food sitting on the ground and the food is cooked by volunteers the kitchen is also maintained by the volunteers.
Gurudwara food is delicious, I have had Khada Prasad which is similar to Traditional Whole Wheat Flour Halva and will want to try out the famous and delicious food made in Gurudwaras.
The ingredients that go in the Langarwali Aloo Godhi are few but since they are fresh the taste is amazing.
Cauliflower is one vegetable that hubby worships so we have a continuous supply of cauliflower and it is my challenge to see that we do not get bored with the blessed thing!
So I have used cauliflower to make
- Healthy Cauliflower Tater Tots
- Cauliflower and Peas in Cheese Sauce
- Crust-less Cauliflower and Mushroom Quiche
- Cauliflower Cafreal, a Vegetarian take on the Famous Delicacy from Goa
- Korean Cauliflower Stir Fry
- Cauliflower Cheese with Walnuts and Bread Crumbs
- Kadugu Cauliflower~Union Territory Pondicherry
- Mixed Pickle of Raw Mangoes, Cauliflower and Carrots
- Boiled Cauliflower for BM #24
- Cauliflower Salad
- Cauliflower Curry
- Black & white Wednesday with Cauliflower in Tomato Gravy
There will be more but I think these are the current favourites.
This February In Food Bloggers Recipe Swap and Social media where we are paired with different bloggers to cook from. This month I have been paired with Jagruti of Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey.
Jagruti is one amazing blogger whose repertoire of recipes is extensive and I have quite a few bookmarked from her space. if you need delicious fusion recipes even vegan recipes then do head to Jagrutis space.
Since I am still not sure I can post it on the 15th as I have issues at my place. Hence I have chosen the simplest but the yummiest food from Jagruti ’s.
This is one amazing vegetable that goes well with Roti and rice and Dal too! Since were few spices are used it is delicious and yet not as heavy and rich as the restaurant kind of vegetable.
Langarwalei Aloo Ghobi
- 1 cauliflower florets washed
- 3 Potatoes peeled and cubed
- 1 Onion finely chopped
- 4-5 garlic minced
- 1 tablespoon ginger grated
- 3-4 Green chillies slit
- 1 teaspoon Red Chilli powder
- 1 teaspoon haldi/turmeric powder
- 2 teaspoon dhania powder
- 2 teaspoon Jeera/ cumin powder
- 1 teaspoon garam masala
- 3 tablespoon Oil
- ½ teaspoon jeera/cumin seeds
- Salt to Taste
- Freshly chopped coriander to garnish
- Heat oil in a heavy bottomed kadhai/wok and sauté the onions till light pink.
- Next add ginger, garlic and cumin seeds. Stir fry until nice and brown take care not to burn it.
- Now add green chillies, red chilli and turmeric powder and cumin powder and coriander powder.
- Stir again and mix well let the mixture cook for a few seconds now add the potatoes and the cauliflower. (See notes)
- Stir well and cover and cook on low heat for say 5 minutes.
- Add salt and mix well but gently. Continue cooking on low heat covered on in its own steam. But if need be add a tablespoon or 2 of water.
- Cook for some 10 minutes stir occasionally so that it does not burn.
- Once the vegetables are cooked to your satisfaction add garam masala.
- Turn off the heat and stir well.
- Garnish with coriander leaves and serve with roti.