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Friday, 28 June 2013

CauliflowerVaruval/Poriyal/Gobi Masala

This is a very simple and a delicious cauliflower varuval, whenever I make this it gets over in no time and I end up with only one or two pieces. It is a perfect accompaniment with curd rice or sambar rice or even with rotis. This cauliflower varuval can be made in no time. So here it is guys…

Here’s how to make cauliflower varuval with step by step photos…
                     

Ingredients

Cauliflower
1 medium size
Onion
2 finely choppe
Tomato
2  or 3 finely chopped
Green chillies
2 slit length wise
Ginger & Garlic paste
2 tsp
Red chilli powder
1 tsp
Coriander powder/Dhania powder
2 tsp
Garam masala powder
¼ tsp
Turmeric powder
¼ tsp
Coriander leaves
2 tbsp finely chopped
Curry leaves
6-8
Salt
As needed



To Temper

Cinnamom Sticks
2 pieces
Cloves
2
Fennel seeds
½ tsp
Bay leaves
2
Oil
2 tbsp



Method

Cut the cauliflower to medium florets. Boil water in a deep sauce pan with salt and switch off the stove. Add the cauliflower florets to the hot water and close it with a lid and keep it for 3 minutes. Then drain the water and keep the florets aside.

Heat oil in a kadai, add cinnamon sticks, cloves, bay leaves and fennel seeds sauté until nice aroma comes out.


Now add the onions, green chillies, curry leaves and sauté until it turns golden brown. Add the ginger & garlic paste and saute until raw smell goes off in medium flame. Add the tomatoes, salt and keep tossing until they turn mushy.

Add the red chilli powder, coriander powder, garam masala powder, turmeric powder and mix well until the raw smell goes off.

Add the cauliflower florets along with ¼ cup of water and mix well. Cover it and cook in medium flame until done.

Finally add coriander leaves and fry well.

Transfer it to bowl and serve it hot as accompaniment for rotis or any rice varieties.

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45 comments:

  1. It will go very well with paratha ...

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  2. Very flavorful gobi sabzi , loved it!

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  3. Ahh.. Looks perfect & yummy.. Tastes heavenly with rotis :)

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  4. Lovely. I should have seen this lovely cauli dish earlier before I did my marketing. I am gonna try but lets see how it turns out with long beans.

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  5. yummy and lovely one am a big fan of this one

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  6. i also follow the same method priya.. but i also add potato to it..

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  7. Delicious and flavorful side dish..

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  8. lovely gobi recipe. i too prepare this kinda gobi....its so tasty...wonderful.

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  9. woww vey appetizing,goes very well with pulka n rasam rice!!

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  10. This looks so good, romba nalla irrukku.

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  11. gobhi looks delish... one of my fav side dish...

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  12. Looks so delecious, wish cauliflower season blooms again, cud hardly find here one :(

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  13. looks super delish.perfect with rice.

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  14. Love it with rice. comfort food

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  15. Cauliflower varuval looks delicious... Love to have it with chappati

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  16. I love this combo with my roties!! Love it!!

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  17. lovely sidedish for plain rice and curd or with rotis it would be heavenly!
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  18. oh priya...my fav varuval...its really good to see the final pic

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  19. very delicious varuval priya :) :)

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  20. looks super yummy..love to eat with rasam sadham and also with chapathi

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  21. An excellent side dish with rotis or rasam rice,mouthwatering here.

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  23. looks wonderful ! very delicious !

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  25. I don't really like eating Gobhi but this is looking good :)

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  26. That's an simply yum recipe with gobi...love it...

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  28. Love your Gobi fry
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  29. Wow! Gobi masala looks delicious Priya.. Loved it :-)

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  30. Delicious Gobi masala Priya. Love it.

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  31. Looks very crunchy Priya! Love to have with rice as a side. :)

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  34. Delicious and nice recipe..yummy..

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  35. Delicious one goes good for rasam..
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  36. Lovely dish , goes well with chapati .

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