Gobhi Patata

Gobhi Patata is a Sindhi version of Gobhi Aloo . This is a deep fried version of cauliflower and potatoes , but trust me one that you will love and will not stop eating.

Sindhi’s have always been very fond of fried food and we all know that fried food is tasty . I agree it is not healthy to eat fried food and we all are slowly changing our food habits and cooking methods . We are substituting deep frying by using airfryer , and the airfryer results are excellent . For today I wanted to give you the authentic and traditional style in which we Sindhi’s made this side dish . Since it is deep fried it stays good for a day without being refrigerated . There is one more version of this fried Gobhi Patata which is the favourite of my son and daughter in law . I shall definitely be sharing that too .

Yesterday we spoke about zero oil and today about deep frying , what a contrast ! While we are taking of fried food let me give you some more authentic fried dishes from Sindhi Cuisine. Well I will work on these and try and give you the low calorie or Zero oil versions very soon, for now it’s fried food.

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Gobhi Patata

Gobhi Patata

Ingredients

250 gms cauliflower
250 gms potatoes
2-3 green chillies julienne
Few ginger julienne
Oil for frying
1/4 tsp turmeric powder
1/2 tsp chilly powder
1:2 tsp dry mango powder
1 tsp coriander powder
Salt to taste

Method

Wash and cut the cauliflower into big flowers .
Peel the potatoes and slice them .
Sprinkle salt .
Heat oil.
Once the oil is hot deep fry the cauliflower , potatoes , stirring them now and then to get a uniform colour .
When they are more than half done add ginger and chilly juliennes .
Fry these along with cauliflower and potatoes till cauliflower is golden and potatoes are cooked.
Remove on a kitchen towel and transfer to a mixing bowl .
Sprinkle the spices and mix well .
Serve hot .

Gobhi Patata

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Gobhi Patata
Gobhi Patata is a Sindhi version of Gobhi Aloo . This is a deep fried version of cauliflower and potatoes Which is very delicious and addictive .
Course Lunch
Cuisine Indian Cuisine
Prep Time 10 Minutes
Cook Time 10-12 Minutes
Servings
Course Lunch
Cuisine Indian Cuisine
Prep Time 10 Minutes
Cook Time 10-12 Minutes
Servings
Instructions
  1. Wash and cut the cauliflower into big flowers .
  2. Peel the potatoes and slice them .
  3. Sprinkle salt .
  4. Heat oil.
  5. Once the oil is hot deep fry the cauliflower , potatoes , stirring them now and then to get a uniform colour .
  6. When they are more than half done add ginger and chilly juliennes .
  7. Fry these along with cauliflower and potatoes till cauliflower is golden and potatoes are cooked.
  8. Remove on a kitchen towel and transfer to a mixing bowl .
  9. Sprinkle the spices and mix well .
  10. Serve hot .
Recipe Notes

Gobhi Patata

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17 thoughts on “Gobhi Patata”

  1. Gobhi and patata are such delicious combo for a sabzi. This dry sabzi looks very inviting di, loved the fact that they are air fried , your zero oil thali will always be a milestone to mark di, that is something amazing.

  2. You have tempted us with the thali for the past 2 days and I have been drooling over and over the same pictures 🙂 This sinful version of aloo gobhi sounds yumm.

  3. I too make this version of aloo and gobhi by frying but add onions and galric too. This one looks simple but I am sure must have tasted delicious.

  4. I guess once in a while it is ok to indulge in deep fried food, specially when it is aloo gobhi and when it tastes amazing when deep fried. Will wait for your zero oil version of this recipe.

  5. Hi,
    Nice to know the Sindhi version of Gobhi Aloo.. looks great and tempting though it is deep fried
    Sindhi Thali looks good
    Best Wishes

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