Saturday, April 16, 2011

Cauliflower Sabji

Hi friends...

Have been bit busy last week to the extend of not cooking at home at all. So today I went out shopping and now i m so happy to say that my kitchen is not lacking anything for cooking tasty food. Thus i prepared Cauliflower sabji and chapathi.

Sabji came out very well as usual but i m still waiting for the perfection in making soft soft chapathis, fulkas, paratha, etc., I usually prepare these only in weekends due to time constraints. Working days goes with rice recipies for quick cooking. The important thing is that, i tried it with sabji masala for the first time and it was better than expected. Alright so let me now write how i prepared the simple but tasty sabji today.

First, cut the cauliflower into florets and let it cook well in boiling water with salt and turmeric powder. Meanwhile, chop the onions and green chillies. Now drain water and keep the florets aside.

Heat oil in a pan, add cumin seeds and green chillies and fry till onions start turning brown. Now add the already cooked florets, salt, turmeric powder, chilli powder and sabji masala. Add little water to prevent sticking and close it with a lid and let the masalas blend well with the vegetable. Keep stirring occasionally till its well cooked.

The sabji is now ready.

1 comment:

  1. Well, this time i prepared Cauliflower sabji in a little different way and it tasted the best ever.
    The additions are:-
    Ginger garlic paste after adding the onions to fry. Add turmeric powder, corainder powder, salt and Sabji masala to it and mix well. After few mins when the ginger garlic smell changes, which means its cooked, add mashed ripe tomato or tomato puree, mix and let it cook well till it turns to paste like texture before adding steamed cauliflower florets.
    Try this way.