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2 Apr 2008

Cauliflower Kuruma

What do you have for break fast or dinner? Bread? Chapathi? Puri or Appams? This goes well with all..



Ingredients
Cauliflower florets 2 1/2 cups
onions 2
tomato 1
coriander powder 2 tsp
chilli powder 1/2 or 1 tsp
turmeric powder 1/4 tsp
coriander leaves chopped few
salt
oil

Grind together to a paste,
garlic cloves 4
ginger 1 " piece
green chilly 1
black pepper corns 1 tsp
fennel seeds 1/4 tsp
cardomam 1
cinnamon stick 1 " piece
cloves 2

Blend together to a smooth paste,
coconut grated 1/2 cup
cashew nuts 3
water enough



How to prepare
Boil water, put cauliflower florets in it for few minutes.
Chop onion and tomato. Heat oil saute onion first, then add the ground paste, saute until the raw smell goes.
Add all the powders and stir. Mash tomato pieces with hand and add it. Add salt and cauliflower florets. Mix well. Add 1/2 cup water and cook the florets well in this. Stir occasionally.
When the cauliflower is cooked, add the blended paste of coconut and cashewnuts. Mix well and let it boil on a low flame. When the oil floats on top, remove from fire, garnish with coriander leaves. Keep this for 1 hour before you serve, it will become thick.

See the Cauliflower varutharacha curry, I posted before one year...In the early days of blogging...

29 comments:

  1. seena,
    kuruma looks nice.u r rite:,this goes well with anything..:)

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  2. Kurma looks great seena..i will try this.

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  3. i love this veggie in any form must hv tated good.

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  4. Looks good, Seena.....and like u said, it tastes good with pretty much everything.

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  5. is kuruma is different from kurma/korma? its looks absolutely delicious..

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  6. whoah! that gravy looks awesome :) i wud love this with dosa :)

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  7. Hey Seena, how are you?
    cauliflower kuruma looks delicious.

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  8. Sounds good to me! :-)

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  9. I've never tried a cashewnut-based sauce with cauliflower, that sounds delicious!

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  10. I am not a great fan of cauliflower. but your kurma is making me to try it. Good one seena!

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  11. I make sometimes ur version, it is great with everything. Looks yummy

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  12. Wow! Great one and is so versatile! Thanks for sharing! :)

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  13. cauliflower kurma looks wonderful...it will taste good with everything!!!

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  14. Love that simple cauliflower curry, I like all the Varuttharaccha curry you posted , including varuttharacha sambar:) They always have come out well for me :)

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  15. wow!my all time favorite,looks so so yummmmmmmm

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  16. HI, GOOD TO HEAR FROM U AFTER A LONG TIME..
    ABT BLOG: NOT COMPLETELY OK! :)

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  17. yumm... that looks so good Seena.

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  18. Thanks dear friends,

    Sia, Kuruma,kurma etc are same..We mallus say kuruma.. :)

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  19. Dear Seena, the kurma looks lovely and so appetizing..:).. it feels so nostalgic, to get back to the memories of the past.. u have improved so much in this one year... keep going gurl.. Great job!

    Siri

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  20. d-lish! as u said, goes well with so many things :)

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  21. Thanks Salma,
    Glad to know you loved it.. :)

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  22. hello Seena.. I'm new to your blog. I tried out ur cauliflower kurma and it turned out really good.. just wanted to thank you on that... will try out more and let you know.. thanks a lot
    Anjum

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  23. Welcome Anjum,
    thanks for giving fb, keep visiting, hope to see u again.. :)

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  24. I tried out your Kuruma and it came out really well!! Thanks a lot for posting!

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  25. hi ..... that was a wonderful recipe.... just now tried it and it is superb to taste,near to the taste of saravana bhavan ..! thanks ..!

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