Gobi Matar Ki Sabzi, cauliflower and peas cooked with garlic, tomato and garam masala. This recipe was the first I’ve seen using passata and tomato purée in the masala so thought I’d give it a go. The recipe is by Maunika Gowardhan. It was quite a different tasting masala but very nice. Served with Hari’s naan bread.

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sicnarf9999
14 days

I love the dishes and the food looks fab

traceyross
15 days

Definitely @Bill

Bill
15 days

Yeah @traceyross it’s always good to leave some space for the naan.

Jo dunn
16 days

He he he 🤣😂

traceyross
16 days

Thanks @Jo dunn I agree with you about the amount of oil. It’s nice having a healthy balance and it tasting great. Plus it’s always good to have a few spare calories for naan.

Jo dunn
16 days

Sounds great Tracey. One of the things I love with Hari is her low fat approach to cooking. Yes, you need oil, and sometimes ghee to start a great masala, but she doesn't start with several tbsps. Well done on the oil spray, sounds brilliant @traceyross .🤗👩‍🍳👌

traceyross
16 days

Thanks Jo. It was a first of Maunika Gowardhan’s recipes. I reduced the oil (I think it was 4 tbsps in total) then wondered if it would affect the taste but don’t think it did. The cauliflower was coated in turmeric then used oil spray to roast in the oven instead of making a turmeric/oil paste to keep calories down. I will try roasted cauliflower again on its own. It’s tasty like the turmeric in the mashed potatoes we have made @Jo dunn

Jo dunn
16 days

Delicious @traceyross !😋 Love Maunika Gowardhan's food. On the slightly higher end of oil added in her recipes for me, but a great cook. 👌💕

traceyross
16 days

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