Monday, August 30, 2010

GOBHI HARIYALI


















































































INGREDIENTS

Cauliflower : 1 piece
Potato : 1-2 pieces (medium size)
Cumin seeds : 1/4 tsp
Cumin powder : 1/4 tsp
Dry red chilly : 3-4 pieces
Green chilly paste : 2 tsp
Basil pesto : 1 tsp
Salt : 1/2 tsp
Coriander leaves : 1 bowl (small size)


PREPARATION

• Cut cauliflower and potato into medium pieces
• Heat 6-8 tsp of oil in a kadai
• Pour cumin seeds and red dry chilly and wait for few seconds till it sizzle
• Add cauliflower and potato and stir it well for 5-10 minutes
• Add cumin powder, salt, green chilly paste and basil pesto and mix it well for 5-10 minutes
• Cover the kadai for 10-15 minutes
• Open the cover of the kadai and scatter coriander leaves
• Serve it hot with roti/paratha

30 comments:

  1. Cauliflower dish looks yummy.Please do visit my blog when time permits....

    www.simplehomefood.com

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  2. looks awesome...addition gof basil pesto just double the taste...looks yummy dear

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  3. Adding basil pesto is a wonderful twist to the dish! Very tasty dish:)

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  4. Adding pesto is such a lovely idea, am sure it must have been really delicious...

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  5. गोभी के फूल की सब्जी देखकर मुँह में पानी आ गया!

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  6. Adding pesto is an innovative twist to this cauliflower dish!

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  7. Great dish, dear...looks so yum n delicious

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  8. nice recipe..looks so delicious...

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  9. wow thats a very new recipe... must be very flavorful...

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  10. never tried putting pesto in sabji..looks yummy!!

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  11. Another good recipe.As this is sukha, will be a good one for the lunch pack.

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  12. Basil pesto interesting addition...gotta to try :)

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  13. thats a very different recipe. great recipe to try when bored with normal bengali recipes. thanks for sharing ...its absolutely amazing.

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  14. Delicious!! liked idea of adding basil pesto to the dish..YUM :)

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  15. First time here and love your lovey recipes ! Soo happy to follow ur blog !! Thanks for dropping by mine and ur lovely comments !

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  16. Dear Urmi
    Very nice dish indeed and I like that addition of besil. Will try soon.
    Have a nice day

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  17. LOve the dish...quite different and easy...will try it....

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  18. Sounds interesting and yummy, beautiful curry..

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  19. First time to your blog..u have colourful recipes...great job..

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  20. Hi Babli... Nice dish. Never seen it before... hariyali? but it looks yellow... I think it should be peelali.. just kidding... interesting dish

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  21. Shandar !! One of my favorite Veggie !!Simply awesome !!

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  22. yummy yummy


    Lavanya

    www.lavsblog.com

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  23. kya kya naheen hai pak raha tere kichan me aaj
    kya swad hai ,kya rang hai,nikharee hai khusbuyen
    bas door se hee ,lar hee , tapka raha hoon aaj

    :).

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  24. thats a new recipe to me..looks and sounds delicious..

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  25. Ami besil kono din add kori ni. New ingredient for this dish which looks absolutely delicious
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  26. I love the basil pesto touch. have to try this recipe out soon! I'm signing up to follow...

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