Monday, April 30, 2007

Cauliflower-Peas Curry

200gm cauliflower,
100gm green peas,
1-piece tomato,
1-tbsp mustard seeds,
1-tbsp cumin seeds,
1-tbsp red chilli powder,
1\2-tbsp turmeric powder,
1-tbsp oil,
Salt to taste,
Coriander leaves for garnish.
Step 1: Heat the oil in thick bottom pan and add mustard seeds, and cumin seeds.
Step 2: Then add green peas and cauliflower in it and cook until they are soft.

Step 3: Then add tomato and all remaining masala in it.

Step 4: Mix well and cook for 2-minutes after that turn off the flame.
Step 5: Garnish with coriander leaves.


Richa said...
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Richa said...

flavar vatana nu shaak bau tasty lagey che kajal. maney aa shaak bau bhave, zhatpat bani jaye. rotli shaak ne dahi mali jay to biju kai nai joey!

Vinita said...

I usually leave the cauliflower pieces "al dente" a little undercooked and a bit crunchy. And top it off with a lil squeeze of lemon.

Vcuisine said...

Nice one kajal. Simple and colourful too. Viji

Roopa said...

Simple recipe with beutifull pictures to tag on!

musical said...

Yummy! gobhi matar is my favorite. and i agree with Richa, having it with dahi makes it taste even better :).

Reena said...

so simple yet tasty. love this one, kajal

Menu Today said...

Hi Kajal,
I love the colour of this curry and easy to prepare. Thanks for sharing.

Asha said...

I love the fresh Cauliflower photo,feels like eating that instead of cooked dish!HeHe!!Thanks for the recipe,I love gobi matar.

trupti said...

Ah toh garam garam rotli aney dahi saathey kevu saras lagey?? saathey keri no raas....etle baas.
paachi atlu badhu khaine, unghi javanu, biju shu? :)


Kajal said...

Hi Richa,
Zatpat jamva besi java hu roti banvu chhu ane dahi pan chhe.
Thanks for lovely gujarati words.

Kajal said...

Hello Vinita,
Thanks for nice comment.
I also try this dish as you cook but what you say about lil squeeze of lemon.
Please say in describe for that.

Kajal said...

Hey Viji,
Nice to see here. Thanks for lovely words.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Roopa,
Thanks for nice words.

Kajal said...

Hi musical,
Yesssssssss...........I make this dish to every one enjoy.
Thanks my dear for your nice comment.:)
Good day.

Kajal said...

Hi Reena,
Thanks for lovely comment.
Keep In Touch.
Nice to see your comment.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Menu today,
After a long time see your lovely comment.
Thanks for that.

Kajal said...

Hi Asha,
Come and join with us we all are waiting for you.
I have not much dish as you prepare but also some good dish is for you.
Thanks for lovely comment.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Trupti,
After long time I see your comment. Any problem in your blog or compute?
Keri no raas is always available in summer days. We all enjoy this dish with raas.
Pan tane kem khabar padi ………………….:)
Thanks for lovely words.
Take Care.

Vinita said...

umm what I meant was that after the vegetable is fully ready to serve I just add a little bit of lemon juice( squeeze a lemon).

Sharmi said...

dear Kajal I really dont know how I missed those lovely ladoos you made as prashad. its quite a hard work but still is a treat to the eyes.
your step by step pics make it real easy to understand all the recipes.
nice peas curry too

Kajal said...

Hi Vinita,
Thanks for reply. I also add lemon juice in this dish thanks for that.

Kajal said...

Hi Sharmi,
You really appreciate my work. Thanks for that.
Stay tune.

Anonymous said...

Hi Kajal,

I tried this today and I am proud to see that my curry has turned out looking exactly like yours,thanks to your painstakingly precise and detailed directions. You rock !


Anonymous said...

The recipe turned out to be a restaurant quality...First time cooking cauliflower...It was tasty..