Whenever i feel lazy to cook up some dry curries along with rice and curry, my Cauliflower Stir Fry comes to my rescue. Its so simple yet very delicious and loaded with nutrients and the best part uses very little oil! Go ahead and try this curry when ever you are not in mood for deep fried veggies like potato, dondakaya, okra, aratikaya. I am sure you will not be disappointed!

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Ingredients you need:
  • 1 medium cauliflower
  • pepper to taste
  • salt to taste
  • oil as needed

  • Separate cauliflower into florets, rinse in warm water with salt and microwave for 2 mins
  • In a kadai or saute pan heat oil and then add cauliflower florets
  • Fry cauliflower until golden brown, and add ground black pepper and salt to taste.

Instead of black pepper you can add any one of these following:

  • Garam Masala + Red chilli powder
  • Coriander Powder + Cumin powder + Red chilli powder
  • Red chilli powder


Prema said...

delicious,luks gud!

chef and her kitchen said...

looks yummy..love this stir fry..

Saraswathy Balakrishnan said...

looks yummy and delicious:)

Unknown said...

wow, looks so good and simply, crunchy :)

Knorr Soup said...

Kalva, stir frying is a very healthy method of cooking, rarely used by us in India; wonder why?! Your stir fried cauliflower recipe looks appetising, and is definitely worth trying out! For some expert tips and suggestions on healthy eating habits visit our blog at Knorrseven.

Sangeetha said...

Very nice recipe and pictures too

Unknown said...

The recipe is simple and looking good.At home I generally fry them til they have little hue of brown.Never tried pepper before.Will try it once.

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