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Cauliflower Potato Curry is an Indian dish that is surprisingly easy to make at home instead of picking up the phone for take out. This dish is traditionally called Aloo Gobi, has only 160 calories per serving, and works for Whole30, gluten-free, vegan, Weight Watchers, and clean eating diets.
Sometimes I am called the Queen of Cauliflower. It’s a name I fully embrace as cauliflower is something I absolutely love and I am constantly coming up with new ways to cook it. From roasting it whole to buffalo cauliflower to cauliflower alfredo sauce, I love it all.
But that’s enough about my cauiliflower obsession, let’s talk about this amazing Cauliflower Potato Curry. It’s one of those recipes that will shock you the first time you make it because you won’t believe just how much flavor these relatively bland ingredients can have. Using a combination of ginger, garlic, cumin, coriander, and turmeric – you will transform these simple veggies into a flavor bomb. I could eat this stuff for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It’s that good.
Depending on your diet, you can make some changes or additions to this recipe to switch things up. For some sweetness, you could add in some green peas. You could also use sweet potatoes instead of traditional white potatoes. That would make this dish Paleo friendly as well. Spinach is another great addition for some green color and added nutrients.
Calories 163, Total Fat 6g, Total Carbohydrate 27g, Protein 5g, Serving Size 1 cup