Gobi Musallam is very presentable north Indian dish for parties, dinner and for any special occasion. It is very easy to make  and very delicious dish.
It is nice change from the usual Aloo-Gobi ki sabji.
Preparation Time- 15 min.
Cooking Time- 30 min.

Serve- 2-3 person

Gobi Musallam


2small shape Cauliflower
4 tbspn Oil
1 teaspn jeera
2-3 bay leaf
2 chopped onion
1 chopped tomato
2teaspn ginger-garlic paste
½ teaspn red chili powder
1 teaspn dhania powder
½ teaspn haldi powder
1 tbspn garam masala
2 tbspn Curd
2-3 green chilly silted
Chopped green dhania for garnishing
1- Clean Cauliflower properly and boil in a pan. Cauliflower should be ¾ cooked.
2- In a deep pan heat oil add jeera, and bay leaf.
3-When the jeera starts crackle add chopped onion and fry until they are golden brown, then add chopped tomato and sauté till soft tomato.
4- After tomato add haldi, dhania powder, red chili powder, ginger-garlic paste, and garam masala.
5- Add some water in masala and sauté after 2-3 minute add 2 spoon curd and sauté.
6- Cook until oil comes on top of the masala.
7- Transfer out the cooked paste and put steamed Cauliflower in the pan.
Cover the top of the cauliflower with the cooked masala paste and slit green chilly. Ensure that the cauliflower is well coated with cooked masala.
8- Cover and simmer for 8-10 min. or until cauliflower is well cooked.
9- Now your gobi musallam is ready to serve.
10- Garnish with chopped coriander leaves, and serve with hot puri or chapatti.


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