Friday, August 14, 2009



Both of us are not such a good eaters when it comes to Cauliflower.I tried making cauliflower curry many times ,using different proportions of ingredients,but everytime it ended up tasting the same. Some months ago, I followed someones blog for this recipe. I made a note of the ingredients ,but not the blog. However am very thankful to that blogger for including this flower in our meal.Very tasty curry that makes the gobi-haters want for more. Very good especially with Rotis.


Cauliflower Florets-------------2 cup boiled for 4 mins in boiling water
Onion---------------------------1 big one
Tomato-------------------------1 big one
Red chilli Powder--------------1 tsp
Coriander Powder-------------1 tsp
Turmeric-----------------------1/2 tsp
Yogurt--------------------------2 tsp
Oil,Salt--------------------------as required

Roast and Grind to Powder:
Cashews,Poppy seeds---------1 tsp

Grind to a coarse paste:
Green chillies------------------3
Ginger--------------------------1 " piece
Garlic---------------------------3 pods


1.Heat oil in apan and add the chopped onions and saute till light brown.

2.Add the ground coarse paste and saute them for a min. Now add chopped tomatoes and let it cook covered on medium heat for 4-5 mins.

3.Now add redchilli powder,coriander powder,turmeric,salt and cook till the tomatoes are soft.

4.Turn the flame to low and add yogurt.Mix well.Add salt,boiled cauliflower florets and saute them unil the florets are coated with masala.Cook covered for 2 mins.

5.Add the ground powder,1/2 cup of water.Cook for 5-7 mins or until gravy thickems and cauliflower absorbs all the flavor.

6.Garnish with chopped coriander leaves and serve hot.

Sending this to "Side Dish for chapathi" event hosted by Viki.


Unknown said...

Sounds simple and elegant with those rotis!

Unknown said...

Looks great. Very simple.

Chitra said...

Simple but gr8:)

Deepthi Shankar said...

nice recipe .. I am a good eater too when it comes to gobi ..

Unknown said...

wow.. simple & delicious masala.. nice click..

Anonymous said...

Gobi masala looks really delicious
and amazing presentation...

Indian Khana said...

That's perfect platter..looks yum

Anonymous said...

lovely curry raaji...
Veelunnappudu try chesthanu..

Recipeswap said...

Looks very good raaji.

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Nishmix said...

Great to go with my methi parathas tonight!

Nishmix said...

Great to go with my methi parathas tonight!

Cheese Cube said...

Easy to make but extremely delicious and especially such dishes will be loved by kids. Thanks for it.

Shanavi said...

looks divine !!!!