cabbage foogath recipe, goan style steamed cabbage with coconut

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cabbage foogath recipe

cabbage foogath or fugad de repolho recipe – goan style steamed cabbage with coconut

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cabbage foogath recipe – a favorite and a staple at home is this goan recipe of cabbage with coconut. this is an easy and simple recipe to make and is also known as fugad de repolho.

mom would make this cabbage foogath recipe at least once a week. this and cabbage upkari were a regular at my place. even the hubby who does not like cabbage is very fond of this one as well as the cabbage upkari.

that’s because cabbage and coconut blend so well with each other giving the dish a slight sweet taste and flavor.

goan cabbage foogath recipe

i usually make cabbage foogath to go with dal and rice. simple, comforting and easy home cooked food. in fact i usually have cabbage foogath with either white bread or chapatis. its yum…. few more similar goan recipes are french beans foogath, cabbage bhaji and papdi bhaji.

just taken simple shots and no styling in the photo. the sun was playing hide and seek.

goan cabbage foogath recipe

if you are looking for more cabbage recipes then do check cabbage kofta, cabbage paratha, cabbage thoran and cabbage rice recipe.

cabbage foogath recipe below:

cabbage foogath recipe

5 from 1 vote
Prep Time:10 mins
Cook Time:20 mins
Total Time:30 mins
cabbage foogath or fugad de repolho recipe – goan style steamed cabbage with coconut
cabbage foogath recipe
Course:side dish

INGREDIENTS FOR cabbage foogath recipe

(1 CUP = 250 ML)
  • 1 medium sized cabbage, finely sliced (patta gobhi)
  • 1 medium sized onion, chopped or sliced
  • ½ tablespoon chopped ginger (adrak)
  • 2 to 3 garlic, chopped (lahsun)
  • 1 or 2 green chilies, chopped
  • 2 to 3 tablespoon grated coconut or dessicated coconut
  • salt to taste

HOW TO MAKE cabbage foogath recipe

  • heat oil in a pan. fry the onion till they become soft. in this recipe we don't brown the onions.
  • add the ginger, garlic, green chilies and fry for a minute.
  • add the cabbage with salt.
  • cover and cook over low flame for 7-8 minutes or till done.
  • keep checking in between and if required add 1 or 2 tsp of water.
  • add the coconut just 1 or 2 minutes before you remove the pan from fire.
  • mix well.
  • serve cabbage foogath with dal-rice or with chapatis or phulkas.
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19 comments/reviews

  1. Great simple recipe.. I will try it out.. Will even try it out without onions during pujas..

  2. That a delicious and simple cabbage. We have a like and not so like relationship with cabbage too. though hubbs will easily eat the potato cabbage subzi but not too frequently. I love the simple white and blue offset pictures! We get sun so rarely that when it actually shows up I end up taking over exposed pics:)

  3. I’ve never cooked cabbage with coconut, we make cabbage with green peas and potatoes always….will try it out next time, loved the simplicity of the dish!

    • i know… even at home i usually make the north indian sabzi with cabbage, green peas and potatoes. do try out this one. you will like it. goes very well with soft phulkas or bread.

  4. I remember my mother made this subji at home some 35 yrs back. The only ingredient she did not add was grated coconut. I am sure it will add a lot more to the taste and flavor. Will try this soon.

  5. What a unique dish! I’ve never thought to combine cabbage and coconut. I cannot wait to try this 🙂

  6. Both this dish and the upkari sound delicious. I’ve never cooked cabbage with coconut before but now I am desperate to try it. The flavours sound so good for each other!

    • both coconut and cabbage really go well with each other. the sweetness of the cabbage is accentuated by adding coconut. do try natalie and i am sure you will like it.