Hailing from an Indian family, we grew up eating the more traditional (dry) version of this sabji (in Gujarati, it's called bataaka-phulaaver nu shaak). I was hesitant to depart from tradition but, the end product, with the coconut milk (we used light!) and tomato sauce was delicious! Once you've added the cauliflower/potatoes/chickpeas, don't worry if it seems like there isn't enough liquid for everything to cook--it WILL cook and the liquids will sufficiently cook/absorb all the raw veggies. I'll definitely make this again!
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Hailing from an Indian family, we grew up eating the more traditional (dry) version of this...