Fulavar Bateta nu Rasawaru Saak - Rasadar Aloo - Gobi

Fulavar Bateta nu Rasawaru Saak - Rasadar Aloo Gobi is a simple and without onion-garlic curry. A very easy to follow recipe yet delicious and soul-satisfying dish. 

This can be paired with round and soft gujarati rotlispuri or paratha or even naan as there is plenty of finger-licking gravy to dip in.





The most auspicious month in Hindu calendar is Sharvan, starting today, and there will be spiritual and devotional activities taking place such as worship, prayers, meditation and fast.

Each and every day of the month carries spiritual significance. People believe that by observing the fast during this holy month, one can be blessed with the grace of Lord Shiva.


Although I do not observe any fast during the Shravan month, I have seen and heard from others that there are two ways in which fast can be observed.

One, by eating fruits, nuts and permitted food such as Buckwheat, Tapioca, Amaranth and milk products in the day and eat one meal at night.

Some people do not consume anything but survive only on water and in the evening eat saatvik meal (without onion and garlic.)



I parents grew up in a family where onion and garlic are consumed very less, my both grandmas did not prefer to add onion and garlic in their cooking much, they never prepared Aloo Gobi which is loaded with spices, onion and garlic.

There weren't any religious or health restrictions such as but somehow they chose to ignore them. Whereas our cooking methods differ from theirs, we use garlic and onion in such a way like there is no tomorrow.

Well, no one is wrong here, I always love my grandma's Rasadar Gobi-Aloo as much as my Aloo-Gobi. So whenever we feel like it or sometimes for a change I do prepare their version.

My nan made Gobi-Aloo with nice tomato-based gravy, ( aka Tari or Rasadar ) She wouldn't use any exotic spices yet always this curry turned out so tasty and flavourful.


A perfect recipe that can be prepared in no time, light and delicious curry that can be enjoyed
for lunch or dinner.




Fulavar Bateta Nu rasawaru Saak, Rasadar aloo-gobi,
Mains
Indian
Yield: 4-6 SERVINGS
Author:

FULAVAR BATETA NU SAAK - RASADAR ALOO GOBI

FULAVAR BATETA NU SAAK - RASADAR ALOO GOBI

This no onion-garlic cauliflower and potato curry is so easy to follow yet very tasty and soul-satisfying.
prep time: 10 Mcook time: 20 Mtotal time: 30 M

ingredients:

  • 3 cup Fresh Cauliflower Florets clean and washed 
  • 1 1/2 cup Potatoes peeled and cubed
  • 1 cup Tomatoes finely chopped or pureed
  • 3-4 tbsp. Oil
  • 1/2 tsp. Mustard seeds
  • Pinch of Hing
  • 1 tsp. Ginger and Green Chillies crushed
  • 1 tsp. Red chilli powder
  • 1/2 tsp. Turmeric powder
  • 2 tsp. Ground cumin and coriander
  • 1/2 tsp. Garam masala
  • Salt to taste
  • Fresh coriander leaves

instructions:

How to cook FULAVAR BATETA NU SAAK - RASADAR ALOO GOBI

  1. Heat oil in a kadai.
  2. Add mustard seeds, once they crackle add hing.
  3. Now add potatoes and cauliflower florets and saute for a while.
  4. Add all the spices masala and salt and cook for a couple of minutes.
  5. Add tomatoes and cook another minute or so, then add water.
  6. Cover the kadai with the lid and let the curry cook.
  7. In between keep check the curry for right consistency gravy and vegetables.
  8. Once it's done, switch off the heat and garnish with fresh coriander.
  9. Serve hot with roti, paratha, Puri or naan.

NOTES:

Do not throw away green leaves and stalks of the cauliflower, cut it into small pieces and use it in the making this curry.
Calories
210.32
Fat (grams)
13.41
Sat. Fat (grams)
0.97
Carbs (grams)
21.08
Fiber (grams)
4.71
Net carbs
16.37
Sugar (grams)
4.42
Protein (grams)
4.36
Sodium (milligrams)
176.36
Cholesterol (grams)
0.26
The nutritional information provided is an approximation calculated by an online calculator. Please consult a professional dietitian for nutritional advice.

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7 comments

  1. Both my grandmothers never ate onion or garlic, so when they would visit us in the UK my mum would always prepare the food without either. At first I was a bit resistant and unsympathetic, as young children can be, but I got used to it and mum was always able to add flavour without those two classic ingredients! Your recipe looks delicious!

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  2. I can't stand raw onions but I love garlic!! It's hard for me to imagine cooking without garlic!! Lol

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  3. This is my kind of dish, and something we actually make quite often when money is tight.

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  4. Look at the stunning colour of that dish! You know it's going to be full of aromatic flavours when you see something that beautiful :)

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  5. Such a beautiful color! Definitely a great alternative without the onion and garlic. Definitely a delicious meal for cauliflower.

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  6. Nice and simple curry. Goes well with rotis and pulavs.

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  7. Love this simple but colourful curry. Aloo Gobi is one of my favourite curries.

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