Cauliflower Curry with Guest Ramona from Curry and Comfort

No soup for you today!  LOL

Instead I have a special treat and something different from what I usually present. Today I am featuring Ramona from Curry and Comfort in a guest post. I have been following Ramona’s recipe posts for a while now and I noticed that she uses curry leaves in many of her dishes.   Having never seen curry leaves,  I e-mailed her one day about the leaves and she told me she usually finds them in a local Asian grocery.  If you read my post on Spicy Lemongrass Soup you will know that I went on a search for curry leaves.  After two days, four stores and one speeding ticket I found them!

Ramona is a sweet person, wonderful cook, supportive of her followers and very giving of her  knowledge.  If you haven’t been to her site (I know that most of you have) please stop by for a visit. You will be glad that you did.

Thanks you so much Ramona for sharing this recipe, I love it.

Hi there Suzi’s fans!  My name is Ramona from Curry and Comfort and I’m happy to guest blog on Suzi’s wonderful blog today. Suzi wanted me to introduce her readers to curry so I thought this mild cauliflower curry would be a great place to start. When I cook a rice and curry meal I always try to have a mild curry to offset all the spicier dishes. This is a mild dish so anyone can eat it.  It can be eaten with rice alone or alongside spicier curries. It’s really a wonderful and easy method of cooking mild curries and you can easily substitute potatoes as well.  I hope you try it out and enjoy cooking curry.  Enjoy!    ~  Ramona

Ingredients:

1 head of cauliflower

1 medium onion sliced or chopped

1 serrano chili (whole but with a slit down the length)

2 cloves of garlic cloves minced

10-15 curry leaves

1 small stick of cinnamon

1/2tsp of turmeric powder

1/2 tsp of fennugreek seeds(available in Indian Grocery Stores)

1-2 fresno chilies (optional-I just used them for some extra color)

1 cup of coconut milk

salt to taste

1-2 tsp of lime juice

2cups of water

Directions:

Cut cauliflower into large florets. Add all your ingredients into the pan (except for the coconut milk and lime juice).

 

Add the coconut milk and taste for salt. Add salt as necessary.

Turn off the stove and add your lime juice.  Serve over rice. Enjoy.

 

This looks delicious.

 

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38 Responses to Cauliflower Curry with Guest Ramona from Curry and Comfort

  1. I have to try your recipe out, I hadnt thought of curried cauliflower all these days. thanks for sharing! =)

  2. So flavorful and yummy! Thanks to you and Ramona for sharing !

  3. Hi ladies,
    how wonderful to see two great bloggers on a one spot! Ramona this sounds like a great curry. I love cauliflower and recipe is must try!
    Suzi thank you for wonderful guest post!!!Wishing you both fantastic Thursday!!!

  4. Liz

    Fingers crossed that you love the brownie cookies! If you don’t eat them all within a day, I’d pop them in the freezer…they are best when really fresh :)

  5. Hi Suzi,

    Thanks for dropping by my blog today! So nice to discover yours! Growing up I only really ate cauliflower one way – as a cauliflower cheese dish, which really put me off it. These days I’m starting to “re-discover” it a bit more and it’s really fun to see new and interesting ways to prepare it. This looks great – thanks for the wonderful guest post Ramona, and Suzi – for allowing Ramona to share this lovely dish!

    • Suzi

      Thank you so much Charles for stopping by. I am looking forward to getting to know you and sharing reicpes. Have a wonderful day.

  6. Such a tasty looking dish. Great guest post!

  7. Priscilla M

    Looks ver delicious. Love it.

  8. Suzi and Ramona – What a great post! I always love Ramona’s curry dishes, as well as all of her dishes. This cauliflower looks absolutely beautiful (gorgeous pics!) and makes me want to give cauliflower another chance. It’s not my favorite vegetables, but you never know. I found a recipe for beets that I like so maybe this is the one for cauliflower. :)

  9. Hi Suzi and Hi Ramona! I remember about your curry leaf exploration. I’m happy to hear you found it! =) Ramona, you made such a delicious dish. I love cauliflower and this goes really well with curry flavor. I probably need to omit peppers as I’m not trained to eat spicy food as well as my kids. This looks very delicious!

  10. I loove curried cauliflower, and I always drool at anything Ramona whips up – great guest post :)

  11. Liz

    How fun to find Ramona here!! And with a lovely cauliflower dish…yum!!!

    Happy Valentine’s Day to you both!!!! xo

  12. Thank you Suzy and Ramona for this wonderful recipe. Thanks Suzy for visiting my blog. Happy V-Day!

  13. Yum! I love cauliflower and it pairs so nicely with curry. Great guest post!

  14. Ann

    Hi Suzi AND Ramona! How WONDERFUL to see you two together on one blog post….I’m a fan of both! This looks amazing! I love cauliflower and all the ingredients! Happy Valentines Day!

  15. This looks awesome! Unfortunately my husband hates cauliflower (I know – completely weird) but I could definitely see a broccoli sub

  16. This looks awesome and fairly healthy!

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    Catherine @ FEST
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  17. Wow I should really consider myself lucky that I can get curry leaves quite easily from an Asian supermarket in my town! ;)
    I used to mix it up with curry plants that I tried planting in my garden a few years back with not so great results (read: them dying rather quickly…).

    The curried cauliflowers just looks so delicious! A bit reminiscent of summer for me – too bad it is freezing cold here in Germany right now. :<

    Cheers you two!
    Tobias

    • Suzi

      Sorry it it so cold in Germany at the moment, but it will warm up shortly, yes? Lucky you to be able to find the curry leaves so easily. Actually cauliflower is a winter vegetable here in Florida along with broccoli but of course it doesn’t get much below freezing and only for a few short hours in the early morning. Thanks for stopping by I haven’t seen you about for a while. Happy week to you.

  18. I saw this over at Ramona’s site too–it looks amazing!

  19. Holy cow! That’s a lot of peppers for a mild curry! Are you sure it’s mild?

    • Suzi

      I think she added the red ones to the dish for color . I am going to make this and I will let you know. Personally I like hot and spicy so I was thinking of adding more. Yow!

    • Hi Jen, you don’t have to add the peppers, but they do give a nice “heat”. Since they are left whole the are not too spicy, but you can always seed them first to lower the heat level. The red peppers are fresno peppers and they are mild (more of a fruity heat). :)

  20. I love Ramona’s recipes too! You are right she is very sweet and I also have been on the search for the Curry leaves. I hope I don’t get the ticket though! ;)

  21. I don’t cook cauliflower that much because it’s kind of bland but this recipe really kicks it up several notches. I’ll look forward to trying your version.
    However, what I do, is grate it over salads. It adds a nice crunch and no one has a clue what the secret ingredient is!

    • Suzi

      Thanks Vicki for stopping by and signing in, that is very sweet of you. I like the idea of grating the cauliflower over salads, probably gives it a little bite too. Happy Day!

  22. Looks fantastic! I’m glad to have another yummy recipe for cauliflower.

  23. This looks fabulous – I love cauliflower and curry together – so healthy and so flavorful. Great guest post!

  24. Suzi

    Thank you Ramona for this wonderful guest post. I am making this curry with my homegrown cauliflower just picked from my garden. You are a dear.

  25. What a flavorful dish! Great guest post!

  26. I do need to get more cauliflower into my diet. I have very few recipes on how to prepare it, so I am glad to come across this recipe. Definitely some great flavors in this dish-yum! Great guest post.

  27. It ‘s really a great vegetarian dish though haven’t tried using cauliflower yet :) Love the color of the dish ! Yummy post , Ramona ;)

  28. Hi Suzi! Thanks for letting me guest post today!! I hope you are enjoying your curry leaves. Hope your readers love this dish. Have a great day! ~ Ramona

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