Cauliflower Curry- Frugal Friday

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The good thing about having a blog is that you can see how you have changed over time. Looking back on your words, thoughts, photos and certainly for me, my recipes. Sometimes I feel those recipes need a little shake up.

Now come winter time, this dish (or a variation of it) often turns up on our dinner table. It’s easy, it’s seasonal, it’s super frugal and it deserved a better picture than this oneย from three years ago.

easy cauliflower curry recipe || cityhippyfarmgirl

ย Cauliflower Curry

1/2 a large head of cauliflower

3 potatoes

3 sticks of celery

6 cloves of garlic

1 finely chopped onion

1 tsp coriander

1 tsp cumin

1 tsp turmeric

1 tsp curry powder ( a bit old school, but I like it)

400mls coconut milk

Dry fry the spices, onion, garlic (fresh chilli if you are feeling bold) and celery in a little vegetable oil. When they smell delicious, add the coconut milk. Let it simmer for a bit and then add your potatoes and cauliflower. Pop the lid of the pot on and cook it until they are as soft as you like.

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29 thoughts on “Cauliflower Curry- Frugal Friday

  1. We ate cauli curry for dinner just last night.
    I feel so happy now that my girls love a good curry too finally.
    And oh gosh how the old photos on my blog embarrass me.
    It makes me feel a bit sick when someone tells me they are reading it from front to back.
    I hope you have a gorgeous weekend lovely.

    xx

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    • I don’t know Kate. I just had a quick peek at your posts in 2009 and they are still just as cute, your girls modelling your creations…but my, they grew up!
      In some ways I like having the old photos to see how far I’ve come and in other ways, eeek, shockers of photos I was putting up! (and sometimes I was trying so hard too.)

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    • I haven’t used coconut oil for awhile Julie. I have some languishing at the back of the cupboard so I should. I went through a phase of using it in everything and then it just kind of stopped… Do you use it for a lot of cooking?

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  2. Yum. I love this sort of curry… as you said, a little old school, a little new school, altogether delicious (I always remember eating curried egg sandwiches with curry powder as a child. So good. I feel a need to revisit it all over again now!). It’s interesting looking back on your post from a few years ago and comparing it to this one. I often feel a compulsion to update my photos on old posts but it’s nice to see how far we’ve come also. I like your old post Brydie! Hope that you have a wonderful weekend lovely xx

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    • Curried egg sangas are the best Laura. Completely old school and I love them. I occasionally make for Mr Chocolate who isn’t so taken with them as he didn’t grow up with them. I still have to retrain his palate ๐Ÿ™‚

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  3. This sounds absolutely delicious. Heart and perfect for winter. Yum.
    We had cauliflower soup earlier in the week. It is such an amazing vegetable for this time of the year.

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  4. Just perfect Brydie and thank you. I was just thinking of recipes to match the vegetables in the fridge without buying anything for a ‘bring a dish’ winter party tomorrow night.

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  5. Ladled over some delicious rice (seems we have every rice known to man suddenly available on our supermarket shelves these days?!) this would be a scrumptious comforting way to end a long hard winters day ๐Ÿ™‚

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  7. I made this last night with a few added chunks of chicken & sweet Potatoe I had on hand, I’d say it was a hit hubby had 3 bowls, considering I picked up a whole cauliflower for 99c it costed out at around $5 for 6 serves big hit in our house thank you

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