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Cauliflower Egg Stir-Fry



Scrambled egg and cauliflower tastes delicious both as a side dish for rice, chapati or bread.This is something worth trying with cauliflower and you will love the taste of cauliflower combined with egg and finished off with freshly grounded pepper.This looks some what like a cauliflower egg bhurjee.You can also make it little more spicy by adding chilly powder and garam masala.


Ingredients
Chopped cauliflower-  2 cups
Egg- 2
Onion- 1/2 onion or 6-7 shallots
Green chilly - 2
Ginger- 1 inch thick
Garlic- 3 pods
Turmeric powder- 1/3 tsp
Pepper powder- 1/2 tsp
Spring onions- a little( optional)
Curry leaves
Oil
Salt to taste


Heat oil in a pan and saute  crushed onion followed by crushed ginger,garlic and green chilly. Fry this till golden brown. Add turmeric powder and fry followed by chopped cauliflower and salt. Stir fry in medium. Sprinkle a few drops of water and cover for one minute. Beat eggs nice and fluffy. Make a well in center of the cauliflower and pour in egg and scramble and mix with the cauliflower. Fry till the egg is well  coated over the cauliflower and cooked. Add spring onion and pepper powder and mix well.Serve with rice or chapatis.

Try this..
Hope you will all enjoy.

Comments

  1. Egg with cauliflower is a nice combination will try it next time

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  2. Cauliflower with egg is a new combo to me though I have tried with carrots and beans... Love the touch of pepper in this..

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  3. wow delicious fry !! goes well with rotis !!

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  4. A delicious n unique combo- will try it!
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  5. This looks yumm...Nice with rice or just simply to eat...

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  6. Never tried this combo before..looks delicious!

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  7. sooooo colourful n easy stir fry..

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  8. Lovely stir-fry. Nice clicks. Our fav.

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  9. Looks yummy ... very nice color. There is an award for you in my blog. Please accept it.
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  10. Ithu kollamello, puthiya combo try cheyynm. Looks delicious.

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  11. very nice combination...........perfect for chapathis............

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  12. Stir Fry looks amazing. Great combo.

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  13. oh wat a new combination bet it tasted great :)

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  14. i often make this, looks yummy chehci..Nalla color..

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  15. Wonderful combo, love this stir fry with some rice..yummm!

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  16. Adipolie.. Even I like cauliflower and mutta.

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  17. wow...what a delicious combo this is...will surely giv it a try sometimes !

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  18. adding spring onions is a great idea

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  19. A super easy stir-fry that looks fabulous!

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  20. Es mi plato favorito la coliflor es mi amiga,precioso plato lleno de vitaminas,hermoso,cariños.

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  21. want to have the bowl fully.Love the colour and texture.

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  22. Njanum ethu edakku undakkarundu..Yummy stir-fry..

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  23. I haven't tried this combo till now..looks yum!

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  24. ithu njan undakarundu....chilappo kurachu capsicum cherkkum....eggs and cabbage is good too..this looks yummmmm

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  25. Lovely and interesting combo

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  26. this is very tempting..yummy clicks suja..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  27. Shallots are giving a nice touch to the cauliflower. Great ooking Suja,

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  28. thats one nice combo suja...photos super ayittundu....choorinde koode adipoli ayirikkum urappu..:)

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  29. Lovely combo..Perfect as a filling or for a wrap..Suja, keep rocking

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  30. cauliflower and egg, wow what an unusual combo, very new to me, but sounds really interesting

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  31. An interesting combo never tried it before. Looks great !!

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  32. wonderful combination :) yummy yummy :)

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  33. hmm interesting combo...i don like cauli that much, maybe if i add egg i might end up liking it

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  34. Thanks all for stopping by and for the sweet comments:)

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