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Cauliflower Stir Fry




Cauliflower stir fry is a quick and simple dish. It can be used as a side dish for rice or as an appetizer. Cauliflower is a lovely vegetable,  nutritious , low in fat and high in dietary fiber. This is somewhat a roasted form of cauliflower which my family enjoyed. Here I have used the pan fry method. You can also roast them in the oven. Try this easy recipe.

Ingredients
Cauliflower florets - 2 cup
Onion - 1 medium
Ginger garlic paste- 2 tsp
Chilly powder- 1 tsp
Pepper powder- 1/2 tsp
Turmeric powder- 1/3 tsp
Garam Masala- 1/2 tsp
Egg- 1
Corn flour- 1 tsp
Oil - 2 tsp
Salt to taste

Cut and clean cauliflower florets add salt and 5 to 6 tsp of water and cook in high in microwave oven for four minutes. Beat egg and mix in ginger- garlic paste, fried onion paste,chilly powder,pepper powder, turmeric and garam masala and mix with the cauliflower. Gently mix in the masala with out breaking the florets.Sprinkle corn flour ( I took half amount of corn flour and half of bread crumbs) and toss them gently. Heat a frying pan with two tsp of oil and spread out the cauliflower and it get roasted in medium heat for a minute. Stir them occasionally and put off heat when all sides are roasted. Serve warm( if you like add lemon juice just before serving). 


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Comments

  1. loved the recipe, its something which i havent done till now...and loved the beautiful click as well...and congrats on your awards suja...you deserve lots more...

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  2. Congrats Suja..

    Cauliflower fry looks yummy ketto..

    Thanks a lot for the awards...

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  3. Very new and different recipe..lovely click..congrats on your awards..

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  4. congrats on ur awards...cauliflower stir fry looks yum...simple yet delicious...

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  5. Suja, this stir fry looks yummy...simple to make...that's the best part.
    Congrats for the awards
    and thanks for passing them on.

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  6. Suja, the golden, crispy cauliflower looks just awesome !!!

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  7. Stir fry looks soo yumm :) Thanks a lot for the award dear.

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  8. Looks so gud..wow a simple gobi stir fry you made it looks so fab

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  9. Thanks all for the lovely comments :)

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  10. This ia nice crunchy stir fry..Congrats on ur award dear.Saw ur ari unda..its simply irrestitable..made me nostalgic.

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  11. Congrats dear on your award, simple yet tasty dish, nice photo too...

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  12. Hey congrts on the awrd and thats a yummy dish dear.....looking very spicy and nice....

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  13. mmm...Really mouthwatering dear...congrats on ur awards

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  14. Suja, congrats on your awards and those florets look mouth watering, what a tempting pic !!!

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  15. congrats on ur awards....florets looks awesome

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  16. Cauliflower stir fry looks yummy..feel like having some..

    COngrats on ur awards..keep rocking dear..

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  17. Congrats on ur awards Suja... The cauliflower stir fry looks delicious..

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  18. Congrats on the awards Suja and thanks a lot for sharing it with me :-) The cauliflower stir fry looks delicious!

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  19. Congrats on your award..Cauliflower fry, superb aayittundu..Looks crispy and yummy..Njangalum oru simple cauliflower fry post cheythittundu..

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  20. congrats on all your awards. cauliflower stir fry looks delicious. i liked it

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  21. Cauliflower fry looks so crispy and yummy. Congrats on your awards dear, wish you many many..... awards like this. Thank you so much for remembering me and passing on the awards, that's so kind of you:-)

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  22. wow .. love it .. very delicious .. awesome pic :)

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  23. Nice crispy and yummy fry....Congrats on your awards.

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  24. Looks delicious fry.. congarts on awards...Thank you so much for sharing award with me!!

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  25. Thanks all for the sweet and encouraging comments:)

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  26. congrts dear......and crispy and yummy...........i used to make like this.

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  27. congrats suja for your awards and your recipes are yummy. following you..

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  28. Thanks Srividhya for stopping by:)

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