Before moving to the U.S. nine years ago, I’d eaten Mexican food only once or twice; it just wasn’t that big in India at the time (I have no idea if it’s different now). Chinese, Thai, Continental, yes, but not Mexican. Perhaps that’s not surprising in in a country that has such a rich culinary heritage of its own.
I don’t know about you, but to me, the best way to enjoy vegetables is not to steam or boil them until they’re mush, but to temper and cook them with just the right amount and mix of seasonings – sometimes not very many – so that you can really experience the inherent goodness of the vegetable.
In that spirit, here is my recipe for Aloo Gobhi, or potato and cauliflower curry, one of the best ways (IMNSHO) to eat cauliflower. It’s a staple in Indian homes, and fast becoming a favorite in […]