I am very thankful to have a family where everyone likes to try new things! Lately, we have been testing our palates with a variety of Asian cuisines.
When I start to see items like fruits or vegetables that are nearing the end of their freshness level, that’s when I get creative and try to re-purpose them into a new recipe, hence my very easy to make Cauliflower and Potato Gobi.
I had tried this dish at a local Winnipeg East Indian restaurant during one of their amazing cooking classes and I was hooked! I am SO glad I know how to make it myself now. I’m sure I may be missing a few “traditional” ingredients but whatever, it tastes good to me and my family LOVED it!
Are you looking for other vegetarian dishes? Here a few others from my bloggy friends that you should check out!
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