Monday, February 13, 2012

Cauliflower Curry-Mild

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 Today I am happy to guest post for Suzi over at Cooking's Good.  Suzi's an amazing cook and she's been featured on Foodbuzz Top 9 for her amazing soups.  We have been corresponding over my love of curry leaves and she has traveled far and wide in search of them.  I was so happy to hear when she finally found them and I hope she loves the flavor and fragrance they give to any curry dish.  This cauliflower curry is a very simple and easy curry dish. I thought it would be a great way to introduce Suzi's readers to cooking curry.  It's a mild dish so anyone can eat it. I hope you all enjoy it too and make sure to check out Suzi's lovely blog and say hello. :)

 Ingredients:
1 head of cauliflower
1 medium onion sliced or chopped
1 serrano chili (whole but with a slit down the length)
2 cloves of garlic cloves minced
10-15 curry leaves
1 small stick of cinnamon
1/2tsp of turmeric powder
1/2 tsp of fennugreek seeds(available in Indian Grocery Stores)
1-2 fresno chilies (optional-I just used them for some extra color)
2 cups of coconut milk
salt to taste
1-2 tsp of lime juice
1 cup of water

 Directions:
 Cut cauliflower into large florets. Add all your ingredients into the pan (except for the coconut milk and lime juice). Cook until the cauliflower if fork tender.

 Add the coconut milk and taste for salt. Add salt as necessary.  Turn off the stove and add your lime juice.  Serve over rice. Enjoy.


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19 comments:

  1. I love cauliflower but we usually prepare it dry with potatoes. Like your idea of adding coconut milk.

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  2. I bet the combo of cinnamon and cauliflower was amazing! :D

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  3. Another great healthy recipe from you,perfect color,Yummy :0
    Ridwan

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  4. Thanks so much Ramona for the guest post. I am making this today. Have a wonderful week. xoxo

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  5. We just had cauliflower oven-roasted yesterday and my husband complained it didn't have enough depth. I should have made THIS instead... :)

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  6. This looks yummy..Perfectly made..

    Aarthi
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

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  7. Ok, I am going to have to get my rear over to a market that has curry leaves darn it!

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  8. Love the colors on this--I'm not sure I've ever used fenugreek seeds. Now must look to see what their flavor profile is...

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  9. nice one vth beautiful cliks........

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  10. I need to make more dishes like this. Cauliflower is so versatile!

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  11. Congratulations on a terrific guest blog! I saw it over on Suzi's site!

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  12. I used to really hate cauliflower, but I have come to love that it is so easy to adapt it to many flavors. Great idea for a curried cauliflower!

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  13. The color is amazing. You have elevated the lowly cauliflower.

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  14. This is a wonderful cauliflower dish. Perfect!

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  15. I love cauliflower and this sounds a very good receipt for them! I will try it and let you know about the results.

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