I love cauliflower in curry - aloo gobi is my favourite Fine green beans and aubergines work well too, plus spinach and sweet potato. I'd usually throw most of them in, plus maybe some mushroom and chickpeas?
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Here is my recipe for Aloo Gobi, but you could substitute your spice mix........
Pete’s Aloo Gobi (V) Revisited
1 Cinnamon Stick
1 Onion (s) (sff)
1 Medium Cauliflower heat, cut into florets (s) (sff)
1 Cup of frozen peas (ss) (ff)
1tbsp tomato puree (s) (sff)
1tbsp Panch Phoron (Asda)
2 medium potatoes cut into 2-3cm cubes (Maris Piper, King Edwards) (ff)
3 Garlic Cloves (sff)
30mm Cube of ginger
400g Tin of tomatoes (s) (sff)
400mL veg stock
Place the onion, ginger & garlic in a mini chopper and chop roughly.
In a saucepan, part cook the potatoes & cauliflower for 5 mins, drain & set aside.
Heat a wok, sprayed with Fry Light lightly fry the Panch Phoron until the oils within are released, add the chopped onion mix, all the other spices and cook for 5 mins.
Add the tomato, puree & stock, mix well, add the potato & cauliflower, season with salt & pepper, bring to the boil then reduce the heat, cook for 20 mins then add the peas, continue to cook for 5 mins more or until the liquid has been absorbed.
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I bought some of this it arrived yesterday do you add the spice mix to tomatoes/passatta?
Originally Posted by VeggieBev
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