Children don’t always want to eat greens. So its hardest part of feeding to make them do so. But luckily my kids love to eat some of them. And they actually like spinach. So whether its palak paneer, palak corn, gobi aloo in palak gravy, they can eat without being fussy. Here is the recipe which I used to make gobi aaloo in palak gravy. Its the same I use for palak matar paneer.
For 4 people
Ingredients :1 chopped onion, 1 small cauliflower cut into pieces, 5 to 6 boiled medium potatoes. Cut into pieces(half)2 table spoon garlic ginger paste,2 cups of spinach purey,  1 tea spoon coriander powder, 1/2teaspoon cumin powder, salt (as per taste), 1/2tea spoon turmeric powder, cumin, 2 bayleaf, 2 green chillies(optional),1 tea spoon garam masala powder, coriander leaf for garnishing, cheese or butter for garnishing(optional).mustard oil,

Method: heat oil in a pan and fry cauliflower florets and potatoes. Keep them aside. 

Now put some asofetida (hing) cumin,green chillies and bayleaf in oil and then add chopped onion , saute for a while. Add garlic and ginger paste, after that add spices, coriander and cumin powder, turmeric powder, saute for 2 minutes and add palak purey.keep cooking on low flame for 5 minutes or till it start releasing oil. Add salt. Add fried cauliflower and potatoes. Mix it well.keep on low flame for another 2 minutes. Add garam masala powder and half cup water. Let it boil and then switch off the flame. Transfer to a bowl and garnish with chopped  coriander leaves and some grated cheese as I did. Enjoy this simple but delicious curry with plain steamed rice or jeera rice.It goes well with paratha or nan too. 

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