Jan 23, 2008

Gobi Tamatar/Cauliflower with Tomatoes

Serves 4

Cauliflower florets – 15 (broken in medium sizes)

Tomato - 1 medium
Sliced Onion – 1 cup

Finely Chopped Garlic – 2 Tbsp (optional)

Chopped Green chili – 1 Tbsp

Garam masala powder– 1Tbsp

Coriander Powder – 1 ½ Tbsp

Turmeric powder - ½ tsp

Chili Powder – 1tsp (to taste/optional)

Salt – as per taste

Note – Instead of cutting the cauliflower try to break it’s florets in equal sizes. It gives the dish good looks and some how a better taste (May be its sounding a bit crazy ;))

In a pan take oil. Once hot add Onions. Cook til translucent say around 2-3min. Now add the finely chopped garlic, green chili and cook till onions become golden brown. Now add cauliflower florets. Mix it well, add turmeric, cover it and cook on low till it becomes a bit soft but at the same time crunchy (to see whether its done or not, take a small floret in a plate and try to break it. It should break but with a little pressure not easily.Another tip is the florets become bit translucent in color) . Now add salt and all other spices. Mix it well, cover it and cook for 30 sec. Now add chopped Tomatoes and coriander, cover itand cook for another 2-3min till tomatoes become bit soggy and cauliflower gets cooked. Now sprinkle ¼ tsp of garam masala (optional) in that and allow it to set for 2-3min before serving and tada…its ready!!!!!! Eat it with rotis or rice.


Ramya's Mane Adige said...

that was simple and fast!! Sure goes well w/ rotis

Sudha said...

u bet girl :)

Asha said...

New foodie! Gobi Tamater is a great combo. Will check out the other recipes too. First time here!:)

Sudha said...

thanks a lot for commenting.Oh my god I am feeling so special now, u r celebrity of food blog for me..I want comments on other recipes too ;)

Sagari said...

I think first time to your blog ,u have a wonderfull blog sudha

Cynthia said...

This looks so good with the variety of colours. I am going to try making it next week.

Sudha said...

Oh thanks a lot Sagri..u made my day :)

Sudha said...

Thanks a lot Cynthia..do try and let me know how it turned out :)

Pallavi said...

Nice website.

Sudha said...

thnks pallavi :)

Dhivya said...

Simple and nice recipe..looks yummy..thanks for sharing

Sudha said...

hey Divya any time girl :)

Shri said...

Hey Sudha ... Its simple n easy :)
a boy on post first time I guess..

Miss Bellevue :) said...

Thanks a lot Shri :)

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