No ImageTurmeric Cauliflower Curry

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  1. Curt Jopling

    Is that 1 and 1/2 cups of water. My sauce was really runny and I too had to add more spice and salt.

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  2. Elaine

    Just made this curry. Looked beautiful, but tasted a bit bland. So after a little research I added some cumin and chili powder that I cooked in a little oil. Found in Indian dishes all spices should be cooked first. Will definitely make again, but instead of pureeing spices, I will cook in some olive oil first. After doctoring, this tasted as good as it looked. Also, was a bit watery so I thickened with some flour.

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  3. Muzingz

    Sadly my curry did not turn out well. I blended the ingredient for the curry but it tasted bitter even after adding more spices. Maybe instead of blending it raw sauteing it first and roasting the poblano pepper will change the taste. Maybe some garlic! I had to improvise a lot after that and even added some chicken opted out of the yogurt and decided to do coconut for a richer taste.

  4. Jan

    Love your site, and appreciate the newsletters very much!

    We found this to be extremely bland for our tastes, though it looked just beautiful! To use it up, I created a puréed soup by adding browned onions, toasted cumin, coriander, red Indian pepper, and curry powder, salt and pepper, and chicken stock.

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  5. Torrey

    This was very good. I used ghee (clarified butter) instead of olive oil, and found that it needed quite a bit of salt. Wonderful curry flavor, will make again.

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