First dish learnt after marriage is always special and I was lucky to learn this curry from hubby’s aunt who is an expert cook. She taught me so many dishes lovingly just like teaching a daughter. I never felt I was in my in law’s house even without my husband. He was in Qatar while I was living in his village home in midst of a farm. One of the best days of my life for sure.
So this cauliflower phannaupkari is one of the curries that mhave (aunty) made and I loved it very much. Even though very simple to make, it tasted so yummy.
Even now when we get cauliflower, hubby asks for this to be made. Such is the love for this simple curry. Hope you all try and love it too. Happy and healthy cooking!
3 Cups Cauliflower florets
1 large sized Onion, finely sliced
1 large Tomato, roughly chopped
2 tsp Red chilli powder or to taste
Salt to taste
2 tsp Oil
Step by step recipe:
1. Heat oil in a pan and add thinly sliced onions. Fry till it turns translucent.
2. Add tomatoes and cook till it mashes up completely.
3. Now add red chilli powder, salt and mix well.
4. Add cauliflower with little water and cook till cauliflower cooks completely. Done!
5. Serve hot with rice or rotis.
* I over cook cauliflower since my family likes that way. You can cook till just done if needed.
* Don’t add much water while cooking or else the flavour will be lost.
* This curry is a spicy one and hence the colour. You can adjust red chilli powder as per your taste.
* I usually blanch cauliflower florets in turmeric water before using since it cleans the florets well.