Tuesday, 5 December 2017

KOBI BATETA NU SAAK (CABBAGE POTATO SABJI)

This quick and easy but colourful Kobi Bateta Nu Saak or Cabbage and Potato Sabji is delicious with mild flavours which can be prepared in less time. All the deliciousness of it in simplicity.

An everyday stir-fry style sabji is great for lunch boxes as it is dry and goes well with roti or phulka.
a dish full of goodness that couldn't be easier to whip up!

Cabbage Potato sabji is a simply, easy and delicious Indian style curry that can be enjoyed with Roti and Phulka.




Cabbage Potato sabji is a simply, easy and delicious Indian style curry that can be enjoyed with Roti and Phulka.

Winter is the best season when we are lucky to get and enjoy a wide variety of vegetables, and cabbage is one of them. In Gujarati aka 'Kobi' and in Hindi 'Patta Gobi'.

KOBI BATETA NU SAAK

This delicious and easy Gujarati style sabji is prepared with white cabbage, potato and basic Indian spices. It is made without onion and garlic.

We love cabbage and I do prepare so many dishes with it whether it's a Cabbage paratha or Cabbage Muthia, Cabbage No Sambharo or Cabbage soup, never get bored of using cabbage in my kitchen. But this simple and humble sabji I love the most and it appears now and then especially during the winter.

When I am in a mood of eating authentic and rustic dishes, I love to eat this along with Bajra Na Rotla (millet flour flatbread) and garlic chutney, otherwise, it's perfect with Gujarati Daal, Rice, and Roti to make a complete meal.

Cabbage Potato sabji is a simply, easy and delicious Indian style curry that can be enjoyed with Roti and Phulka.

This recipe I learnt from my mum, it 's without onion and garlic, whenever she used to make I would stand next to her and watch her cutting green chillies and tomatoes just over the sabji, as far as I remember this is that sabji that I made for the first time ... and since then I loved cooking cabbage. While I was growing up in India, during winter every other day I used to buy cabbage as this dry sabji we used to pack in my brother's lunch box and at home, we could have daal or Gujarati Kadhi with it.

Cabbage Potato sabji is a simply, easy and delicious Indian style curry that can be enjoyed with Roti and Phulka.

I must tell you this story regarding this sabji, oh yes my every recipe has it's own story .. after almost more than 22 years of my marriage, my brother told me that he always loved this sabji of mine. Whenever he used to take this sabji in his lunch box, all his colleagues used to enjoy this sabji with great passion  I asked him 'why didn't you tell me then? why it took you so long to tell me this. Read what he had to say about this "I did not tell you because I never wanted you to become big-headed" :D

Well, if you guys make cabbage sabji using my recipe, please do come and tell me..No, I won't become big headed!

Cabbage Potato sabji is a simply, easy and delicious Indian style curry that can be enjoyed with Roti and Phulka.

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Kobi bateta nu saak, cabbage and potato curry, cabbage and potato sabji
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Indian
Yield: 4-6 SERVINGS
Author:

KOBI BATETA NU SAAK - CABBAGE AND POTATO SABJI

KOBI BATETA NU SAAK - CABBAGE AND POTATO SABJI

Cabbage and Potato Sabji - Kobi Bateta nu Saak an everyday Gujarati style stir-fry prepared with potato and cabbage without using onion and garlic.
prep time: 10 Mcook time: 20 Mtotal time: 30 M

ingredients:

  • 500g white or green cabbage quarter, core and thinly sliced
  • 200g potatoes peeled and thinly cut
  • 4-5 tbsp. Oil
  • 1 tsp. Mustard seeds
  • Pinch Hing
  • 2 tbsp. green Chillies and ginger
  • 1 big tomato chopped
  • 1 tbsp. red chilli powder
  • 1 tsp. turmeric powder
  • 1 Tbsp. ground cumin and coriander
  • Pinch garam masala
  • Salt to taste
  • 3-4 Tbsp. fresh coriander leaves chopped
  • Few drops lemon juice 

instructions:

How to cook KOBI BATETA NU SAAK - CABBAGE AND POTATO SABJI

  1. Heat oil in a kadai and add mustard seeds.
  2. Once the mustard seeds splutter add hing.
  3. Turn the heat down and add cabbage and potato.
  4. Mix well and add green chilli and ginger.
  5. Add all the masala and chopped tomato and salt.
  6. Mix well and cover the kadai or pan with lid.
  7. Keep the heat on low and let the sabji cook in its own steam.
  8. Stir frequently.
  9. After 12-15 minutes sabji will be ready. 
  10. Check if potatoes are cooked properly.
  11. Turn off the heat.
  12. Stir in the chopped coriander and lemon juice if using.
  13. Serve immediately.
  14. Enjoy!

NOTES:

Although this sabji can be prepared with white or green cabbage but tastes so much better with white cabbage.
Calories
239.10
Fat (grams)
16.86
Sat. Fat (grams)
1.19
Carbs (grams)
21.10
Fiber (grams)
4.56
Net carbs
16.53
Sugar (grams)
5.30
Protein (grams)
4.05
Sodium (milligrams)
181.37
Cholesterol (grams)
0.79
The nutritional information provided is an approximation calculated by an online calculator. Please consult a professional dietitian for nutritional advice.

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8 comments:

  1. I was grown up in Gujarat and whenever I visit your blog get nostalgic, lovely recipe I remember having this at my friends place will try soon, thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  2. That looks absolutely stunning. such a simple classic food presented beautifully

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  3. I often make cabbage at home, shall try your version Jagruti. Looks tasty.

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  4. The humble cabbage sabzi never looked so good! My Mom makes it almost like this, one of my favorite sabzis too :)

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  5. Love this vegetable... Simple yet soulful and so easy to make. Beautiful photography

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  6. Such a simple yet absolutely delicious cabbage & aloo curry. My mom used to make the same combo without tomatoes though. Will try your version next time.

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  7. Simply love this cabbage and potato combination in sabji, i can have few rotis with this curry.

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  8. Beautiful photography Jagruti... must admit potato and cabbage is not my favorite sabji.

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