Ta Da! Just like that! I have been inspired this evening to make a delicious curry. Those that know me know I have been desperate over the years to make great curries.
I have realised one thing, the less you fuss about curry to better they can be!
So this evening a gorgeous curry popped up on my blog reading list and I was pretty convinced I had the ingredients.
It was the fabulous blog…. plant poweruk.com check out their blog here and the inspiring recipe 🙂 cauliflower and coconut curry
Well much to my horror I hadn’t! Not one to give up half way through I made this….
Cauliflower, chickpea and spinach curry.
Really easy and fresh tasting! I served it with braised mushroom rice. A little bit of fusion!!!
So, I gently fried 1 onion, fresh ginger 1 green chilli pepper and 2 cloves of garlic.
I added 2 teaspoons of cumin and 1 teaspoon of chilli powder.
Only to realise I didn’t have any Coriander or Turmeric and I was out of coconut milk.
So I had only one choice which was to add some Curry powder!
Now, I have got quite fussy about curry powder and will only use best curry powder about!
Hating the fact that the delicious curry I was about to make might be in jeopardy was a bit of a worry (particularly as I am pregnant and fussy)
Anyway, add about a tablespoon of decent curry powder.
Add chunks of fresh cauliflower and tinned tomatoes and chick peas and as I didn’t have any coconut milk I added some ground almonds. Cook for a little while until the cauliflower is softening.
I added some salt and smashed up cardamon pods And a squeeze of fresh lemon juice and transferred to my slow cooker.
Cook and taste.
Add spinach at the very end and serve with rice!
Easy to make tasty curry 🙂
One of the things I am desperate to achieve is to be able to make a damn good curry! I have made tons but never got them right.
I had some time with just me and little one and decided my mission of the day was to go into town and get the cookery book written by Prashad
My plan was to find the ingredients and then get home and cook myself a delicious curry to enjoy when little one had gone to bed.
Unfortunately I could not find the book! I am going to buy it from Amazon instead. Thanks to the power of blogging I stumbled upon a Prashad recipe which I have reblogged!
I did adapt the recipe for Pea and Cauliflower curry as I wanted to use up an Aubergine! It was truly delicious!
I cannot wait to get my mitts on this book and really try to get to grips with Indian cuisine for good!