I have been really busy lately, and haven’t had the time to post any recipes. But I promise, I will try adding as many recipes I could forth coming, I have some of them in draft and will post it soon. This recipe is a good combination with chapathi/ roti or even toasted bread.
I first tasted something similar at my friends place and wanted to try it out. I tired it out with frying cauliflower and egg separately and then mixing it together at the end. This can be cooked together by first frying eggs followed by cauliflower or separately like how I did it. You could also either grate the cauliflower or add it as small pieces.
This tasted fantastic with chapathi, something different to try with cauliflower. Try not to over fry the cauliflower, as it would lose its texture.
|Cauliflower||1 ( Medium )|
|Mustard||1 tsp ( Optional)|
|Split Urad Dhal||1/4 tsp ( Optional)|
|Curry Leaves||1 strand ( Optional )|
|Green Chili||2 nos|
|Red Chili Powder||1 tsp|
Clean cauliflower and break in to medium size pieces to grate. Now grate them and keep it aside. Slit open green chili and chop onions.
In a non-stick pan heat oil – 1 tsp, add green chilis and chopped onion – 1 no, fry till onion is translucent. Add the eggs next. After 1-2 min start mixing them with spatula and fry them very well i.e., make them like scrambled eggs. Don’t forget to add salt.
In another non-stick pan heat oil – 1 tsp, add mustard, split urad dhal, curry leaves and the rest of the chopped onion – 1 no. Fry till onion is translucent. Add the grated cauliflower, chili powder and turmeric powder. Fry in medium flame until it is cooked and the water completely drained. Add the fried eggs and if required add salt.
- Don’t over fry the cauliflower, it may loose it’s texture.
(*) Can be accompanied with steamed white rice, chapathi and roti.