Sunday, 4 May 2014

Cauliflower and Peas Curry


Healthy and delicious Cauliflower and peas curry cooked in aromatic spices.

Ingredients:

400 g cauliflower florets
100 g frozen peas
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon chilli powder
1 teaspoon turmeric powder
½ teaspoon cumin powder
½ teaspoon coriander powder
¼ teaspoon mustard seeds
2 tablespoons olive oil
4 tablespoons passata (sieved tomatoes)
1 teaspoon MDH kitchen king masala (or garam masala)
1 clove garlic finely minced
2 springs of fresh coriander finely chopped


Method:

1. Cut the cauliflower florets into small pieces.
2. In a wok add the oil, when it is hot add the mustard seeds and wait for them to splutter. Next add the garlic and sauté for few seconds and then add the cauliflower and peas.
3. Toss the cauliflower and peas mixture and stir fry for 5 minutes. After 5 minutes add the salt, chilli powder, turmeric powder, cumin and coriander powder and the kitchen king masala and the passata.
4. Cook the cauliflower for another 5-7 minutes tossing it intermittently until it starts to crisp a little. The cauliflower should be cooked but still hold its shape and is not mushy.
5. Transfer the curry to a serving dish and garnish with fresh coriander.

Serve with rice

Submitting to:
In my VEG BOX ~Cauliflower event by citrusspice guest hosted by Slice off Me


49 comments:

  1. I love a vegetable curry - cauliflower is such a great veg to use in curry as it's so robust and full of flavour. this looks lush! x

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  2. nothing beats a good home made curry, this sounds yummy x

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  3. This looks delicious and I can totally make this syn free by not using the oil so it's slimming world friendly for me. I'm pinning so I can always find it :)

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  4. This looks great - we are trying to eat more veggies, and also make our meals more interesting so this will be a good start!

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  5. This looks delicious - and would be perfect for our "Free From Favourites" link up if you would like to join in? :) http://thereciperesource.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/free-from-favourites-link-up.html

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  6. Mmmm...I love your recipes Nayna, and this one does look scrumcious. I do love my veggies :-)

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  7. Looks delicious. I need some more interesting recipes like this so I can entice my brood to eat more veggie meals. Not only healthier but also cheaper.

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    1. One cauliflower will go along way.

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  8. I( have a cauli in the fridge, and peas in the freezer! Delicious Nayna.

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    1. Helen I hope you make it and enjoy it.

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  9. Oh your meals always make my mouth water. Another one for the meni plan

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  10. Oh I would love this. I'm not veggie, but sometimes I just crave meet free x

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  11. Such a simple concept, but the spices make it into a really special dish!

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  12. Looks tasty! I have ever faithful cauliflower and egg curry that I adore - veggies taste so much nicer in curries than meat I find!

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    1. I have never tried that combo but one I will keep in mind.

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  13. Looks and sounds yummy! Nice and quick to make too. Thanks for sharing

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  14. I've never tried a vegetable curry dish but it sounds interesting.

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  15. Give me that now wow oh wow, looks so yummy .x

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  16. I have wanting to cook a vegetable curry for ages. I always feel a little intimidated with added so many spices. Your recipe looks delicious and easy to make, I will give it go. (Yes I have all these spices - yummy) Thank you

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  17. I never think of making vegetable curry but this looks delicious

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  18. This looks and sounds delicious. This is a linky I keep meaning to join in with. I have some cauliflower that needs using x

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    1. Kirsty I hope you make it and enjoy it too.

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  19. That looks and sounds delicious - I wonder if I have the things in for this today?

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  20. I have to admit, this is the only way I can enjoy cauliflower. It is not my favourite vegetable but it is delicious when delicately spiced. Those bowls are stunning.

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    1. Thanks Tina, I have used these bowls before they are from India.

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  21. this look great obviously very talented in the kitchen yum xx

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  22. I love cauliflower! I've always wanted to try a veg curry like this, can be very good for you and still yummy!

    Corinne x
    www.skinnedcartree.com

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    1. Corinne, do give it a try and let me know how you enjoyed it.

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  23. Despite hating cauliflower that looks fab! x

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  24. Looks yummy, AND easy - a must for me lol x

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  25. need to try this! thanks for the recipe! x

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  26. Sounds delicious! Do you know if it's freezable? I'm on the lookout for meals to cook and freeze so we still actually eat once Baby arrives!xx

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  27. That looks SO good, Nanya! I'm a curry lover anyway, but this one looks especially tasty!

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  28. This looks soooo good minus the peas. Must give it a go something thanks for sharing x

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  29. This looks lovely and makes me wish I liked more vegetables, I really need to try more.

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  30. Cauliflower and green peas combo is always nice.. Sabzi looks delicious.

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  31. Absolutely a comfort curry! I can have it with any sort of Indian bread - Bhakhri, Roti, Paratha, Thepla... <3 It enhances the flavors if cooked using mustard oil.. Give it a try sometime :)

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  32. Now this is desi style! Looks yummy!!

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  33. Easy yet delicious that how I like my food! Thanks for adding this onto the May 2014 In my Veg box linky with my fav vegetable cauliflower as theme,thanks for letting me host too !:)

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  34. Always love this gobi peas combo especially in curries, a prefect side dish for rotis, loving it.

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  35. my daughter loves cauliflower...must give this a go!

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  36. Yet another interesting way to use this vegetable that I will have to try

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