Anda Gobi Korma

Anda Gobi Korma
Anda Gobi Korma

Location : Delhi.

Ingredients : Anda, Gobi, Potato, Tomato, Onion, Garlic, Red Chili Powder, Coriander Powder, Garam Masala, Coriander Leaves, Cinnamon, Oil, Water, Turmeric, Salt.

Recipe at a Glance : Chop potato and gobi ⇒ steam potato and gobi and drain water ⇒ boil anda ⇒ fry anda and separate ⇒ fry gobi and potato and separate ⇒ fry cinnamon in oil ⇒ add onion paste⇒ fry ⇒ add garlic paste ⇒ fry ⇒ add tomato paste ⇒ fry ⇒ add salt, turmeric, red chili powder, coriander powder ⇒ turn and fry ⇒ add little bit of water ⇒ add gobi and potato ⇒ fry ⇒ add little bit of water to tender ⇒ add anda and garam masala ⇒ cook ⇒ add coriander leaves.

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33 Comments Add yours

  1. This site is making my mouth water! I smiled big when I saw that you followed my blog because Indian food is my favorite cuisine in the whole world!

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    1. Thank you very much dear. Please take a bite of it! Nice to hear, I’ve reached to right person! Keep tasting.

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      1. My pleasure! I live in the Amazon Jungle of Peru, have for almost twenty years. When visitors ask what I most miss about life in the United States, I always reply, “Access to Indian food!” When I was a little girl in New York City, there were ample amounts of it available where we lived, so it’s always been a part of my life. Do you have a restaurant?

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      2. Yes I’ve collaboration with some restaurants.

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      3. Nice! In what location?

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      4. Indian states and Bhutan, bangladesh so far.

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      5. Wonderful! I know there are many different kinds of Indian food from the different parts of India. Do you specialize more in a certain region’s foods, or study all of them?

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      6. I studied for Authentic and Traditional Indian food.

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      7. How neat! Where does one study such a thing?

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      8. India and Switzerland.

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      9. Peru is a beautiful green place, you are doing some great there, I expect.

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      10. It is absolutely beautiful 😊, you are right. I am a missionary here.

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      11. My wife wanted to be a missionary, but couldn’t be! Congratulations!

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      12. Thanks so much, sir! God bless you!

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      13. What should I say to reply of it, I don’t know!

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      14. Ha ha ha…thank you.

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    1. Thank you! Please take a bite of it.

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    2. Keep visiting please.

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      1. Thank you, have a tasty day!

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  2. dpranita583 says:

    So nice recipe & conversation.

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    1. only inspired by you all.

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  3. Santana21 says:

    Looks amazing .. 🙂

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    1. Thank You very much!

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  4. inhiscare753 says:

    I actually have had this
    dish. Your picture definitely captures the very essence of the dish.
    It delicious, a little on the spicy side from Taste of Tandoor, Woodbridge VA. I have never been to India, but the Decor, Service and Food is wonderful. When I’m there the experience feels as though I’ve traveled been transported to India.
    Yonnie💜🌸

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