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
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
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
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.