Oh how I missed this dish since going grain and nightshade-free! Unfortunately the original version is pretty much a blend of foods that I cannot eat anymore. Besides the cauliflower. 🙂 But I made it my mission to create it friendly for people that follow the autoimmune protocol or a paleo diet, and for people that avoid grains or nightshades for whatever reasons. And the result is so delicious. It is surprisingly also not hard to make, so go give it a try. Feel free to adjust if you don’t have certain food sensitivities.
For example, if you can eat regular potatoes you can swap out the sweet potatoes or if nightshade or seed based spices are not a problem you can use regular curry powder. All the details are in the recipe below.
This recipe is approximately for 4 people. If you have leftovers you can eat the aloo gobi roti rolls the day after as well. Simply add a bit of water on both sides of the rotis and warm them up in the pan until they are soft again. The aloo gobi is easily warmed up in a pan as well. And voila you have an amazing dish ready the next day.