Friday, 17 August 2012

You're Invited - Anjana Chaturvedi ~ Indonesian Cauliflower Curry

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Hello readers,

You're Invited !
The reason behind this concept was to meet so many of you wonderful food bloggers and display YOUR cooking expertise.

So how it will work ?

I will invite you food bloggers and publish Guest Posts by you on JCO. It would be fab if you invite your fellow bloggers to also write posts for JCO so please feel free to do so and don't be shy!

Today we have our eighth guest Anjana Chaturvedi of Maayeka, where every girl would love to live :-) She is a great friend of mine, awesome cook and enthusiastic  blogger. I just love her blog, it has pure Indian vegetarian recipes, most of the recipes are without onion and garlic. I have tried her lip smacking Corn chilli Masala already, and today we all are looking forward to another tasty and delightful dish from her, so let's meet Anjana...

Hi friends
I am Anjana Chaturvedi from Uttar Pradesh, living in Dubai since past 27 years. I am a full time home maker and mother of 2 grown up kids, cooking is my passion but I started my blog only after my daughter got married and start asking for recipes and tips. I am a vegetarian and I only cook satvik food (without using onions and garlic). Blogging gave me an opportunity to know and make so many wonderful friends. I was very happy and excited to do a guest post for Jagruti. She is a wonderful person and a great cook. I always admire and appreciate her wonderful blog Jagruti's cooking odyssey.

I am sending a delicious,simple and flavourful Indonesian Cauliflower Curry, cooked in coconut milk and mild spices, hope you all will like it.



You will need:-
  • Cauliflower - 300 gms
    Coconut milk - 350 ml
    Tomato -1/2
    Tamarind pulp -1 tbsp
    Water -100 ml
    Pepper powder r-1 tsp
    Chilli powder -1 tsp
    Turmeric -1/2 tsp
    Sal t-1 tsp
    Fresh coriander-1 tbsp
Method:-
Wash the cauliflower and make medium thick florets
Heat oil in a pan add florets and saute for approx 2 minute on medium heat.
Add coconut milk,chopped tomatoes and 100 ml water.
When it start boiling add pepper powder,red chilli powder,turmeric and salt.
Cover and cook for 5 minutes on low heat.
Add tamarind pulp ,cover and cook till done.
Add fresh coriander and serve hot with boiled rice and chapati.

Thank you Anjana for this yummylicious curry, ever since I have seen the pics I want to grab that curry from the screen :-P , not only me but my daughter who is a great fan of cauliflower and always looking forward to different types of dishes from cauliflower, she is sure to enjoy this one. Please dear readers do try this dish yourself and give us the feedback.

 It's an honor to have you on JCO !!

15 comments:

  1. Hi Anjana,
    The cauliflower curry looks yummy.I love Indonesian dishes..my sister-in-law is from Indonesia and I have tasted and learnt many dishes of this cuisine from her.

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  2. nice post. Will try this for weekend:)

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  3. Hi Jagruti! I'd like to send u a guest post too.. how do we go about this? Do mail me at renuka.10@gmail.com

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  4. Hi jagruthi, I came ere through anjana,s site mayeeka... Glad to witness your wonderful blog....thanks mayeeka to introduce you to me.... Glad to follow you and hope to keep in touch.....

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  5. This dish looks good anjana. I havent tried any other cuisine dish much but this one is yummy.

    thanks jagruti and thanks anjana for nice dish

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  6. very nice work Jagruti. You are introducing a lot of bloggers for us!

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  7. Hi I would like to participate too,love the concept plz let em know how to proceed.
    janu.krishna@gmail.com

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  8. Hi I would like to participate too,nice concept.What is the procedure to proceed kindly let me know.Thank you.
    janu.krishna@gmail.com

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  9. I dont prefer cauliflower....but looking at the click makes me tempted to try this out !!! looks really yumm.

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  10. Curry looks yummm :)

    First visit to your space.. Happy to follow you.

    http://indianrecipegalleri.blogspot.in/

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  11. Yummy looking preparation Anjana...Nice work Jagruti..

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