Initially when I got this recipe, felt that it could be like a usual kurma we make, but its quite different from regular side dish,easy and simple to make. I tried out this Gobi dhum from gallery of gravy recipe book which would be a better side dish for Roti/ Chappathi
Cauliflower -2 cup
Oil -3 tbsp
Grind to coarse paste
Grind as fine paste
Khus-khus -1 tsp
Dry red chillies -6
Turmeric powder -1/4 tsp
Cinnamon -2 pieces
Jeera -1 tsp
Dhania -1 tsp
Grated coconut -3/4 cup
Salt as required
- Cut and clean the cauliflower and put in salt water (about 10 minutes)for removing any worms present.
- Mix both the pastes and spread inside and outside of the cauliflower.
- Heat oil in a pan and arrange these masala spreaded cauliflower.
- Add also the remaining masalas if left over and add 1 cup of water.
- Cook for about 40 minutes until the oil starts oozing out once the cauliflower is cooked.
- You can stir in between to mix well so that the masalas do not get sticked to the pan.
- Serve hot with roti/naan/phulka/Chappathi.
- Making this recipe does not require any specific care to be concerned.
- You can increase or decrease the quantity if ingredients as per your requirement.