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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Cauliflower Capsicum Sabzi / Cauliflower Sabzi - Easy Side Dish For Chapathi !

Life without gadgets - laptop, internet, mobile is so so boring, today we had some internet issue and got back the connection after 6 pm. I felt that i was left in an Island without no people around me. I even could not make India call or any friends as Vonage also needs wifi.  I couldn't able to check blogger, Facebook from my mobile also since we stopped the data plan few months back itself. So badly missed my FB friends :( I don't know how to spend the day without my laptop and mobile but you know the day went very well, did some useful work ;) Yep.,Half of the day was spent in kitchen and cooked, clicked & cleaned. Morning for Breakfast made Dosa & Instant Kurma. And for lunch - Podalangai Poriyal, Sorakkai Kara Kuzhambu, Thatta Payir Rasam, And along with this cooked 4 new recipes for blog and took pictures of it. When i finished all these things time was 3 pm and then the rest of the day also went peacefully and now its time for my Blog.
Now coming to the recipe Cauliflower Capsicum Sabzi, this was lying in my draft for more than 3 months and i totally forgot it. Today somehow this pics got my attention and i decided to share it without delay. This is one easy to make sabzi with cauliflower & capsicum that pairs well with soft Phulkas or rotis or Paratha. So aromatic and delicious curry with very simple ingredients.


Preparation Time   10 minutes
Cooking Time   12-15 minutes
Total Time   25 minutes or less.

Ingredients
  1. Cauliflower      1 medium sized crown or  2 cups (medium sized chopped florets)
  2. Capsicum    1 no. (thinly sliced)
  3. Onion    1 large (finely chopped)
  4. Tomato Puree    1/2 cup
  5. Turmeric Powder    1/4 tsp
  6. Salt    to taste
  7. Cilantro      2-3 tbsp (finely chopped)
  8. Ginger     2" large piece (julienne)
  9. Oil    1 tbsp
  10. Cumin seeds    1/2 tsp
To Dry Roast & Grind
  1. Dry Red chilli     3 no.s
  2. Coriander seeds    1 tbsp
  3. Clove    3 no.s
  4. Cinnamon    1" stick
  5. Fennel seeds     1/4 tsp
Method
  1. Bring 3-4 cups of water in a saucepan to boil, when its starts boiling add the washed n chopped cauliflower florets wait for 2-3 minutes then switch off the stove.
  2. Then drain it using colander and wash the florets in cold water and drain well and keep aside.
  3. Heat a pan, then dry roast dry red chilli, coriander seeds, clove, cinnamon, fennel seeds for 1-2 minutes and allow to cool for a while and grind it to a fine coarse powder.
  4. After that heat oil in a pan, when it gets heated add cumin seeds allow to splutter then add finely chopped onions and saute until it turns golden brown.
  5. And then add tomato puree or tomato paste and saute until the moisture dries and oil shows on top.
  6. Now add the roasted and ground powder stir fry for a minute and add sliced capsicum and stir fry for a minute.
  7. Then add cauliflower florets and turmeric powder and stir with the masala for 2 minutes in high flame.
  8. Once the cauliflower gets blend well with masala add some finely chopped cilantro and switch off the stove.
  9. That's it...Tasty Cauliflower Capsicum Sabzi.


Sending this to Vardhini's 30 Minutes Meals Event.



19 comments:

  1. Ahhh .. I was wondering where you were today :)

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  2. It is so true, Sangee.. If internet connection goes off for a day it is like we are in desserted Island only.. But you have made good use of the time. Waiting to see all those yummy recipes..Am so glad that the connection is back now.. Cauliflower subzi looks delicious and very inviting dear! :)

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  3. A wonderful side dish! Going to make some cauliflower stir-fry for the lunch.

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  4. Excellent and mouthwatering looking vegetable preparation.
    Deepa

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  5. Delicious and yummy side dish for chapathi.

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  6. Yep .. i thoroughly agree with you how life sucks without internet n mobile.....
    Ill try this subzi tonite for dinner .let u knw tom hw they turned :)

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  7. One of my fav side dish.

    Keep in touch,
    www.candycrow.com

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  8. Very quick and delicious sabzi, i can have with some rotis happily..

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  9. Very true dear with out internet it is really very hard, glad you got it back. Very very tasty and yummy sabji...

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  10. paaps...i will finish cauliflower recipes in seconds..invting

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  11. The sabji is cooked to perfection & loved all your clicks. I love my veggies this way crisp & not very cooked.

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  12. We are so used to these gadgets, know how hard it is, the sabzi looks perfect Sangee..

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  13. Simple side for chapathis... Ya wat u tell is correct Sangee... Life without gadgets will make us lonely

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  14. Its very hard without internet,Cauliflower sabzi looks super delicious and yummy...

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