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Thursday, October 9, 2008

  cauliflower+peas+kurma-recipe 
           This recipe is in my hand written cookbook,which I had written before my marriage.So I don't  know the source of this recipe...but It comes out really nice. While you cook this, your family and even neighbours will ask you what you are cooking! That much flavourful, spicy kurma recipe.

Ingredients:
Cauliflower 1 big flower
Onion 1 nos
Tomatoes 2 nos
Green Peas(I used Frozen) 1/4 cup
Turmeric powder 1/4 teaspoon
Oil 3 tblsp/as needed
Salt As needed
For Grinding:
Coconut 4 tblsp
cashew 5 nos.
onion 1 chopped
Fried gram dal or Peanuts 1 tblsp
Garlic 4 flakes
Elachi 2 nos.
cinnamon 1/2 inch piece
cloves 2 nos.
Green chillies 3 nos.
Red chillies 3 nos.
Dry coriander seeds 1 tsp

cauliflower-peas-kurma-recipe

Method:

  1. Cut onion lengthwise and finely chop tomatoes.
  2. Grind all the ingredients under "to Grind" table,to a smooth paste and keep a side.
    Grinding ingredients ground paste
  3. Split cauliflower into required sized pieces and boil it with green peas in  salt,turmeric added water,till 3/4th done and keep aside.
    Boiled cauliflower and peas
  4. Heat a kadai with oil and fry onions to golden brown and then add chopped tomatoes and salt.
    Fried onion Tomato mushy
  5. After the tomatoes get mushy, add the ground paste and fry in a low flame, till oil leaves the sides of the pan and raw smell disappears.
    Mix masala Oil seperated from masala
  6. Add cauliflower and cooked green peas and fry for a minute . 1-cauliflower-peas-kurma
  7. Add required water and bring it to boil and cook in low flame for 2-3 minutes.
    Added  masala Boiling
Garnish with fresh coriander leaves and serve with roti or  poori or parotta. I had with chapatis and poori for my kid.
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41 comments:

  1. Bookmarked..loved the looks of thedish, the step wise pics n final dish..oooh am longing to have it right now! :D tks a ton for sharing this!

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  2. Thanx for the fast response Purnima:))

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  3. i make it exactly the same except for the pottukadalai :)

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  4. Happy Dusshera to You and your family !!!

    Lovely and fabulous Korma

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  5. amazing pic the last one with the chapathis.. wish I could grab the plate and eat that for dinner:-) awesome recipe..

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  6. Nice ,awesome recipe...amazing pic..looks yum.
    Happy Dusshera to You and your family !!

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  7. The first thing that drew me to your recipe was those rotis! They look sooooo soft! Of course the kurma is the highlight, but can't seem to take my eyes off the rotis!

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  8. the pictorial looks great, happy dassera to you and your family!

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  9. Wiw this looks creamy and delicious.
    My hubby and daughter don't like cauliflower so i think i will just make it with peas alone

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  10. wow, korma is just fabulous. I love the ingredients used for the masala. Never tried masala with this combo. Bookmarked to try. Stunning pics too.

    Reg. my Goli Baje recipe, yes you may use ginger paste too. I used powder as I don't have paste or fresh ginger on hand. Or you can totally omit ginger and make these. It won't make any difference. Hope this clarifies your doubt?

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  11. Looks delicious.I have all the ingredient on hand will try and let you knw.

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  12. hi Rajes, enjoyed looking at ur recipes.ur kurma certainly looks yummy the the step-by-step pics looks great. like shreya & anudivya mentioned, those chapatis r to die for.

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  13. lovely looking kurma. nice pics.

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  14. That looks perfect.. I've made this too and we love it.

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  15. Nice korma, ur chapatis look extra soft and welcoming.... Thanks for the nice picture. Its yummy !!!

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  16. thanks for trying out Goli Baje! glad you liked it.

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  17. Never tried out this combo. Looks simply awesome.

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  18. Hmmm yummy korma. Can't wait to try it. the pic with the korma and chapatis has made me hungry already.

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  19. Korma looks awesome.. I make it similarly and I just love the fact that its such a universal dish that can pair up with rotis, idlis and rice too! good one..

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  20. Korma looking delicious and nice step by step recipe..gud one dear

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  21. Korma looks delicious Raks! Im making this very soon when i get cauliflower from the grocery:)

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  22. the pic looks so fantastic....loved it at first look....read ur MEME raji....

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  23. nice delicious looking korma. pics make it even more clear. will try making when I buy cauli:)

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  24. Korma has come out very well. My mom makes it in a very similar fashion.

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  25. Hi,I tried this korma and it was very nice.Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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  26. woww korma looks deleciousssss

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  27. Have sth for u in my blog........
    Do check it out......

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  28. korma looks great... the color looks lovely. The chillies i use doesnt add much color and so now i add chilli powder instead.

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  29. Hi recently visited your blog,you have good collection of recipes.
    Tried your Cauliflower Peas Korma came out well. Shared the recipe with my friends too..Planning to try your parupu urundai kuzhambu.
    Thanks for sharing the recipe
    Manju

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  30. Hi,
    I tried this receipe of yours..it was very tasty..thanks..:)

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  31. hey...every morning i read ur blog to dig out recipes....and I made the peas cauli korma today.....AWESOME.....it has turned out really well....THANKS..BIG THANKS....btw ur blog is already bookmarked ;)...VIDHYA

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  32. loved the pic with puris- must have tasted swell

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  33. Nyc recipe.. Are u a south indian????? Plz reply

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  34. I tried this recipe last week,hmmm yummy..taste was very good.. excellent website. Pls post how to make pudhina rice?

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  35. hi raks am a bjg fan of ur blog.. have tried many recipes. I tred this one today. but had a prob wit the raw onion smell. it never went off completely even after fryin for more than 20 min. let me know wat shud be done. tanq in advance

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  36. Add more oil while frying. Or if u are skeptical use fried onion for grinding.

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  37. tanq so much. maybe its because I used yellow onions and not red ? I'll try again with red onions sometime

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