Aloo gobhi translates to potato and cauliflower, a combination of vegetables that is extremely popular all over India. Every household has an aloo gobhi recipe and since it is so easy and fast to make, it is a family dinner staple, usually served with rice or homemade rotis (flatbread).
In our version of Aloo Gobhi, the spicy vegetable curry is transformed into a meal on the go, aka kati rolls. These burrito-esque wraps hail from Calcutta but street vendors all over India serve them. Tangy, spicy and filling, these rolls are sure to be an instant hit.