Friday, September 5, 2014

Atakilt Wat | Ethiopian Cabbage Curry

Atakilt Wat or Ethiopian cabbage curry is a mildly spiced curry which perfectly goes with rice & chapati or roti. This is a simple dish for busy days. If you have a hatred towards cabbage just like me, then this is one of the comforting recipes you would love & want to try out.
Atakilt Wat is basically served with injera, which is a spongy fermented bread with a unique texture to it. I served it with rice & a dollop of ghee. This curry can be customized easily according to your taste buds. Garnishing with cilantro adds a delectable flavor to the curry. 
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Adapted from here
Prep Time-10mins | Cook time-20mins | Serves-3people
Ingredients
3Cups chopped cabbage
1Onion chopped
1Tsp chopped ginger
2Garlic cloves finely chopped
3Carrots chopped
1Big potato cut in to cubes
1Tsp cumin powder / jeera powder
2Tsp black pepper / Red chili powder
1/2 Tsp turmeric
Salt to taste
2Tbs oil
Directions
- Heat pan with oil & to that add chopped onions. Fry them till they are translucent on low heat & it might 3mins to 4mins.
- To onions add garlic & ginger. Fry them for seconds.
- Add carrots & potatoes to pan along with turmeric & salt. Close pan with lid & cook till they are done. 
- Add cabbage to pan, along with jeera powder & mix them well. Close pan with lid & cook for 4mins & check if the cabbage is done. 
- Once the cabbage is cooked add black pepper & give a final stir. Adjust salt if needed & switch off heat.
Note
- If you are adding red chili powder, then add it along with jeera powder.
- Garnish with cilantro for a added flavor.
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15 comments:

  1. Priya Suresh has left a new comment on your post "Atakilt Wat | Ethiopian Cabbage Curry":

    Very interesting curry, a delicious side dish to have a bowl of rice.

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  2. Manjula Bharath has left a new comment on your post "Atakilt Wat | Ethiopian Cabbage Curry":

    wow this cabbage curry looks very tempting and such an flavorful curry there :) I wud love to have this curry as is:)

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  3. Varadas Kitchen has left a new comment on your post "Atakilt Wat | Ethiopian Cabbage Curry":

    Very colorful dish that is just like an Indian bhaji.

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  4. This looks just like our Indian subzi. Colorful curry

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  5. I think cabbage is an underutilized veggie and I love it in all its forms - curry looks like a great side dish

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  6. so much like our sauteed vegetables...lovely looking dish overall

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  7. Curry looks so inviting . Nice clicks..

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  8. Looks so much like our indian subzi with all those masala's!! Tempting curry!!

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  9. Simple and definitely appeals to our palates!

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  10. Nice curry with beautiful clicks.the veggies look so fresh.

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  11. Very beautiful pictures!...and the curry sounds very familiar as well..:)

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  12. The vegetable curry is simple and flavorful. It definitely is Indian palate friendly. :)

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  13. This must be similar to our stir fried curry. I'm sure a great accompaniment to both roti as week as rice (and injera!)

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  14. Wow I will loke cabbage like this! Like you I too dont like cabbage cooked.

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