Gobi Masala - Recipe Marathon - Day 29

Any time favourite curry, be it at home or a restuarant. This is a dish that you can have it with chappathi , roti or jeera rice. I found very fresh cauliflower the other day in market, hence it was gobi curry at home. I made it to accompany chappathi.

Gobi florets - 2 cups
Onion - 1 cup
Tomato - 1 cup
Red chillie powder - 2 spoons
Coriander powder - 1 spoons
Coriander leaves - a handful
Jeera - a spoon
Salt to taste.
Boil the gobi florets and set them aside. In a fryin pan heat oil and add jeera , followed by sliced onions and tomatoes. When they are sauted a bit add Red chillie powder and Coriander powder. Keep stirring for some time till the onion and tomato is cooked, remove from fire and let it cool. Blend the mixture to form a smooth paste. In a frying pan add the florets and the blended mixture and let it boil till you get a curry consistent. Serve it garnished with Coriander leaves.

Lets peep into my fellow runner's kitchen.
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