April 04, 2010

Aloo Gobi-liciousness (North Indian style)

 


A few years ago my brother MM discovered a great source for Indian food recipes - chef Vah Reh Vah's easy to follow (and entertaining, check them out!) YouTube videos. A couple of days ago, when my cravings for spicy and comforting food struck, I knew I shouldn't waste time pouring over dozens and dozens of recipes but instead should head straight for Chef Vah's website. I followed his recipe almost exactly but pre-cooked the potatoes and cauliflower separately and only simmered them with the sauce for a few seconds. 

In addition, I made a quick raita for cooling of the spicy aloo:
-  half a cucumber, chopped
-  thinly sliced green garlic
-  black pepper
-  salt
- yogurt

For added flavor, I moistened the jasmine (yes, I cooked jasmine rice by mistake instead of basmati) rice with some coconut butter.
P.S. Here is a link to Chef Vah's aloo gobi video.

4 comments:

  1. Can you please summarize the recipe.. Watching that guy is excruciating.

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  2. Chef vah reh vahMay 15, 2010 at 10:24 PM

    hi
    this is chef sanjay thumma from vah reh vah .com

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  3. S.V. BharavanragathanramanMay 22, 2010 at 10:35 AM

    Hello,
    This is Chef Sanjay Thumma's cousin.

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