This is another Tasteful Selections™ sponsored post. I’ve really enjoyed having a stash of their Honey Gold and Ruby Sensation potatoes for the past few months. I’ve made stews, soups, roasted potatoes – but it was about time I made one of my favorite curries, Slow Cooker Potato Cauliflower Curry, also known as Aloo Gobi.
This is a great dish to introduce people to Indian food. It’s mildly flavored and you can even leave out the small amount of chili powder so kids can enjoy it.
Usually my recipe makes enough for 4, but I thought I’d increase this one to 8 servings so you will have enough for any holiday guests that may be at your house
Trust me when I tell you that curries turned me and my picker eater into cauliflower lovers. The cumin and ginger take away the slight cabbage flavor that some people find unpleasant.
I have to admit that one of my food pet peeves is when someone tells me that they don’t like curry. It’s not that I think everyone should like what I like, but the stews we call ‘curries’ are made up of various combinations of many different spices. They all taste different.
I think it’s important to try new things. Sometimes the things you hated years ago can be one of your favorite things now. This dish will make your house smell delicious if it’s cooked on the stove or in the slow cooker. That will help you lure Indian food newbies to the table for dinner.
More Recipes to Try
- 6 Vegan Slow Cooker Recipes for 2-Quart Crockpots
- Joni Newman’s Indian Spiced Chili
- Italian Slow Cooker Cranberry Bean Soup with Greens