Aloo Gobi Ki Tahari is a one pot scrumptious meal; vegetables cooked with rice. An amazing dish, simple to prepare and a reliever dish that saves time, fuel and cleans up all in a breeze. It can be slighty similar to Pulao but normally double the quantity of veggies is added to the rice. Aloo Gobi ki Tahari is a unique dish, fast to cook, very flavourful, nutritious and balanced meal. This dish can be cooked without much effort and can also be made when you need to cater to more number of guests at home.
Tahari can be said to be a cousin of Biryani. Tahari is a complete wholesome, balanced and nutritious meal for the whole family which is often cooked in most Hyderabadi homes. This rice preparation is different from the Biryani or Pulao but the process of cooking is simplified and fast to prepare. Generally while preparing the Biryani, the meat masala and rice are layered and cooked on dum (slow heat) in one pot whereas in Tahari, first the meat or vegetables are slightly cooked, water is poured to the meat and then rice is added and cooked along. There is no process of layering the meat and rice in Tahari. There are many ways of making the Tahiri adding desired choice of meat or vegetables. Tahari is often made with Kheema. Vegetables like potato, peas, cauliflower, carrot and beans etc goes well in Tahari rice. Some of the traditional and exotic Tahari recipes are Aloo ki Tahiri, Keema ki Tahiri or Gosht ki Tahiri.
Rice, edible starchy grain. A cereal grain, Rice is a seed of grass species. Rice forms an integral part of the life of all Indians. From South to North or West to East, there are a variety of rice based recipes cooked deliciously to suit our taste. But come what may, rice is widely cherished in different ways in different parts of the country and every recipe has its unique and exclusive taste in making a delectable rice preparation. It plays major role in many dishes like biryani (with fish, meat, egg), fried rice, bread, soups, veg rice, curd rice, rice payasam and many more. Rice supplies a large fraction of energy needs and forming an outstanding proportion of other nutrients diet.
Potatoes which is the hero of Aloo Paratha, were found outside of the Andes area around 4 hundred years ago, and also have since turn out to be a fundamental element of a lot of the world's food. It's in the list of World's largest food crop, probably the 4th, right after maize, wheat, and rice. There are lots of ways to prepare yummy potato dishes: skin-on or peeled, full or slice, with spices or without, baked or boiled, steamed or roasted. Potato dishes are offered hot, however, many are initial cooked, then offered cold, especially potato salad and potato chips. Here are some famous delicious in which aloo played key role, Brinjal Potato Curry With Onion Tomato Gravy, Aloo Paratha, Aloo Bonda, Jeera Aloo, Aloo Gobi, Dum Aloo Kashmiri, Barvan Dum Aloo, Aloo Tama, Dum Aloo, Aloo Chokha, Aloo Bonda, Potato Masala, Cheese Pearls Pulao and many more..
Cauliflower or Gobi is one of the Brassica oleracea families that has cabbage, brussels sprouts, kale, broccoli and collard greens. There are various shades of cauliflowers such as white, purple, green and yellow. Cauliflower can be found in the raw, cooked or pickled form Cauliflower is amazingly flexible and it has a range of quality recipes that people can make with, some of them are Gobi 65, Aloo gobhi, Gobi paratha, Gobi Manchurian, Cauliflower makhani, Gobi salan, Aloo gobhi korma, Aloo gobi saag, Cauliflower pickle, Fat free aloo gobi matar, Gobhi matar masala, Cauliflower lollipop, Cauliflower pakora, Mashed gobi, Gobhi matar paratha, etc.
This for sure is a super delicious meal. This dish – Aloo gobhi ki tahari tastes good with curd or raita. Must try..