Curried Cauliflower

One of my goals this year is to increase my vegetable intake. Now to be very honest with you I am a picky vegetable eater. I have a thing against crunchy vegetables (will not even touch lettuce!). So I like my vegetables cooked, boiled, steamed, roasted and I am sure you get the picture! I was on Pinterest ‘researching’ and I found a whole bunch of pins on curried cauliflower – I thought it was brilliant and tried out my own take on it (most of the recipes called for roasting them and I chose to cook my in water and olive oil to ensure a nice soft crunch).
One cauliflower head
1-2 tbsp of curry powder (to suit your own taste)
1-2 tbsp of extra virgin olive oil (just enough to fry the cauliflower)
salt and pepper to taste
1. Cut up the cauliflowers into small pieces.
2. Combine the olive oil and cauliflower in a pot.

3. Top with curry powder, salt and pepper and mix.
4. Add in enough water to almost cover the cauliflower (this will all boil away in the end to allow the cauliflower to fry at the end).
5. On medium heat boil the cauliflower until the water has evaporated.
6. Still on medium heat, fry the cauliflower until golden. This took roughly five minutes.
NOTE: If you are not the biggest fan of spicy food stick with one tbsp of curry powder – I found that 2 tbsp will make it spicier. Also stove top cooking times can vary so please adjust your cooking times and temperatures to your oven.


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