Friday, December 26, 2014

Langarwali Aloo Gobhi ki Subji | Potato and Cauliflower Curry

Langar food is really yummy , its simple nothing fancy ingredients going on , only fresh ingredients and you can taste that in the food. Never had a chance yet to taste it but would love to make that at home. I will taste it when I will have chance but until then I can enjoy this at home. This has nothing fancy or out of the pantry ingredients, but taste so good. You can pair it with Dal Makhani / Creamy black lentils and you will have langar experience at home. In this recipe, you have to use fresh chili, garlic and ginger, don't use pre made or store bought paste. You can make it with big florets but in my house everyone love small that's why I made it with small but if your family prefer big then go ahead. Langar food is prasad so everything has to be fresh. so without further chit chat lets make this.

Ingredients : 

3 cups of cauliflower florets
1 potatoes cut in small cubes
1 small onion chopped
1 tsp. Mustard seeds
1/4 cup frozen or fresh peas
1 tbsp. shredded ginger
2-3 cloves of garlic chopped
1 green chili chopped
1/2 tsp. Turmeric powder
1 tbsp. Red chili powder or as per taste
1 tbsp. cumin coriander powder
1 tsp. garam masala powder
salt and lime juice to taste
few leaves of coriander chopped
2 tbsp. oil


Heat a oil in pan, add mustard seeds, when its started popping, add onion, cook till its little brown.
Add Ginger , garlic and chilies and cook for 30 seconds.
Add all the powder masala. Mix it.
Then add cut and washed cauliflower, potatoes and peas.
Add salt and cook it on slow flame with the lid on.
You have to make sure that it cook on slow flame and you don't mix over and over and brake florets. That's the only thing you have to keep in mind.
When its done, sprinkle some lime juice and coriander leaves and serve hot with rotis and dal.
Langarwali aloo gobi ki subzi is ready to eat.

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  1. Never heard of langar but still, I love this version of aloo. In my house, we too love small stuffs so I will follow as per your recipe. Lately I have put on cooking for our Sat's vegetarian meals because ran out of ideas on what to do. Will make this dish for next week after buying the ingredients.

  2. wow that easy yet tempting sabji dear :) perfect to go with roti !!

    1. Yes its so easy to make but flavorful, Thanks Manjula.

  3. just as the name, the dish looks really interesting...

  4. Love it! Recently I crave veggies more than anything else and curry is my staple "comfort food" :)

  5. Our family favourite with rotis / dal chawal


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