Add tomatoes, potato and stock or water. 1curry powder. 1potatoes. 1oil 3 tablespoonsonion 1 large, choppedgarlic 3-4 cloves, choppedfresh ginger 3 centimetres piece, peeled, grated or finely choppedmustard seeds 1 teaspoon (optional)curry powder 2 teaspoons (check label if eating gluten-free)garam masala 2 teaspoons (check label if eating gluten-free)ground turmeric ½ teaspoonchilli powder ½ teaspoonsalt 1 teaspooncrushed tomatoes 400 grams canpotatoes500-600 grams, scrubbed, cut into 3cm chunksvegetable stock or water 1½ cups (check label if eating gluten-free)cauliflower 1 medium, cut into floretsTo servefresh coriander choppedgreen chilli finely sliced (optional)raita (omit for dairy-free, or use coconut yoghurt)chapatis (omit for gluten-free, or use poppadom instead)Heat oil in a wok or a large heavy-based frying pan (with a lid) over medium heat. Cook onions for 6-8 minutes or until golden. Add garlic and cook for 1-2 minutes, then add ginger, mustard seeds (if using), curry powder, garam masala, turmeric, chilli powder and salt and cook for a further 1-2 minutes. Uncover, add cauliflower and cook for a further 7-8 minutes or until cauliflower is tender
Aloo, Gobi doesn't need any introduction, I am sure the whole world knows about it, after our lovely Gurinder Chadha put the spotlight on the humble cauliflower and potato sabji (aka aloo gobi ) as much as football in the much famed and acclaimed 'Bend it Like Beckham'
creamed spinach curry - saag, potato and spinach curry - aloo palak, chicken and spinach curry. On this blog, I've shared the chicken version, the potato version and the creamed version which is by far my favourite
So, this recipe seems the ideal sort of compromise - where I get the soft potato (though alas, no cauliflower) which has absorbed the gorgeous spices that a good curry should be full of, and Phill gets the meat, in this case, some cubed lamb leg steaks