Cauliflower / gobhi mince prepared like keema. This could be a nice option for vegetarians.
Cauliflower ... 1 medium sized
Onions .......... 2 sliced ( 1 cup)
Tomato ......... 1 cut into pieces
Green chillies ... 1-2 chopped finely
Ginger paste ..... 1 tsp.
Garlic paste ...... 1 tsp.
Turmeric powder ... 1/2 tsp.
Coriander powder ... 1 tsp.
Cumin powder ......... 1 tsp
Red chilli powder .... 1/2 tsp.
Garam masala powder ... 1 tsp.
Kasoori methi ... 1 tbsp
Salt ... to taste
Coriander leaves .... to garnish
Dice the cauliflower into tiny pieces using a chopper.
In a pan put water, add a little salt and put the cauliflower and bring it to boil . After one boil switch off the gas and let it remain in hot water.
Heat a little oil and fry the onion until brown.
Add a cup of water and simmer for 5 minutes.
Deliciously done curry... would be great with rotis...ReplyDelete
Yes Vimitha.. it tastes good with rice and pulao too.Delete
Another lovely way to eat cauliflower... thanks for the recipe..ReplyDelete
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This is a Sindhi preparation..thanks for likingDelete
Delicious and spicy cauliflower kheema.ReplyDelete
Perfect and tempting dish.. looks absolutely inviting..ReplyDelete
Thanks Divya.. glad you liked itDelete
tempting and tast ghobi stireReplyDelete
Thats an interesting recipeReplyDelete
Hi shoba ji.nice interesting recipie.sindhi one!will give it a try.so the onion ,tomato and green chilli mixture is to be grinded?like how we do for saag ?can u reply me to my blog before i try it.ReplyDelete
Raji.. First you fry the onion till brown..then add the ginger-garli-tomato-green chillies and a little water to cook....then you grind it.Delete
Hope this is clear and do feel free to ask anything anytime Raji..
Delicious and healthy Gobhi jo keemo.Thanks for the sharing.ReplyDelete
My pleasure dearDelete
I am so glad to find a cool new way to make cauli (one of my most fav veggie) ~ will bookmark the recipe :)ReplyDelete
Glad you liked it AipiDelete
hi shobha, first timje i see this recipe. mrather first time i read a minced curry blend.ReplyDelete
must give it a try and many thanks for sharing.
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Very tempting recipe,luks delicious.ReplyDelete
Interesting and delicious recipe..would love to try this sometime..thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
I love this play on the mince curry blend...I love it when a recipe plays with one's emotions...Yum!ReplyDelete
Ha ha.. hope you will try it out soonDelete
gobi is my all time fav vegge thnq shoba for sharing excellent recipe with it!!!!ReplyDelete
wonderful gobi recipe, looks very delicious..ReplyDelete
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A perfect timing that i found your recipe. Curry looks spicy and wonderful.ReplyDelete
New for me and looks very gud ....ReplyDelete
delicious and tempting curry...great with chapathi////ReplyDelete
Thank you dearDelete
yes it tastes differanly lovely goes well with khichri rice with green dal I been making for long timeDelete
With khichnee I make it like a curru with a little gravy.Delete
Yum, that looks delicious :)ReplyDelete
Thanks shobha. Shall try it todayReplyDelete
Thanks for liking and let me know when you make it.Delete
I like the idea of chopping the cauliflower into small pieces. Cooking it first before adding to the spices is also great tip.ReplyDelete
Yes Mina.. this is a traditional Sindhi recipeDelete
a nice recipe.Giving the cauliflower a whole new gravy. Going to try it soon.ReplyDelete
Thank you Archana..Delete
A classy presentation...Of tasty dish...Aaj ka menu decided ..thanksReplyDelete
I am glad you loved it Shipra.Delete