Sunday, October 2, 2011

Veggie/ Fruit A Month September-Cauliflower Round Up

Priya of Mharo Rajasthan's Recipes and to all the fellow bloggers who shared their recipes for the Veggie / Fruit A Month September-Cauliflower hosted here. I have included all the recipes sent in. Please do inform me if I have missed out any one of you. It will be promptly updated and included! Happy browsing  and cooking!

Lets start with the wonderful mix of  chickpeas and cauliflower: Cauliflower and Chickpea Skillet by Kalinda of Wheat Free Meat Free.

Denise of Oh Taste and See has sent in this  creamy, hearty, dish:Riccoli in Four Cheese Cauliflower Alfredo Sauce. Perfect for the cool weather and the holidays!

Prajusha from I Cook I Post has sent in this rich and delicious combination of Cauliflower and Soya Chunks Masala. This was a favourite among the vegetarian dishes at a party.

Amy at Food Corner where she focuses on Sri Lankan Cuisine from her home has sent in a variety of dishes with Cauliflower!

Janet of  at the wonderful blogging spot,  The Taste Space-Steam, Bake, Boil, Shake! has come with an interesting combination of spices and ingredients familiar to Indian, Mediterranean and South-East Asian Cusisine with a delicious result in:   New Potato, Chickpea and Green Bean Thai Curry with Cucumber and Coriander Salsa.

Archana of  The Mad Scientist's Kitchen has  a delicious traditional bhuna gravy dish  Cauliflower in Tomato Gravy. There is an option for cutting down the richness in the gravy by substituting milk for cream.

Priya the proflic blogger at Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes has come up with two dishes:  Cauliflower Capsicum Rice. The cauliflower-capsicum combination works in this one-pot rice dish! Cauliflower Mascarpone Pasta is another creamy pasta dish in this Round Up.

My own submissions to the event are two easy recipes: Spicy Baked Cauliflower Florets with the minimum of spices.
The second is presented as a 'party' dish! The whole baked cauliflower follows the above recipe with slight changes in the steaming time. Spicy Baked Whole Cauliflower gives results far above the time it took for you to prepare! :-) 


  1. Thanks for hosting! Your baked cauliflower looks amazing. I'm very interested in this whole baked cauliflower.

  2. nice round up.Now there are new recipes which we can try....thanks for hosting

  3. Beautiful roundup,well done Shri..

  4. wow...fanatastic collection of recipes here..:)
    Tasty Appetite

  5. Shri, that is a wonderful round-up and what I like about round-up of this event series is the freshness of recipes that one gets to see. Very new and unusual recipes which are so tempting :)

  6. Thanks!!
    Thankyou Priya for the opportunity to host this series!

  7. Wow , what a lovely roundup . I don't know how I missed the event:(I am very intrigued by the last recipe "the whole baked cauli" by you..:) Simply superb..
    Glad to follow u..:)

  8. this looks lovely. Sorry for not participating, been terribly heavy. I am just growing bigger by the day!!!

    Now we know ?=shri :)

  9. Thanks Reva, Preeti! It is very easy recipe and can be tweaked in several ways.
    Preeti, good to hear from you! Take Care!:-)

  10. Hi Luvly round up.Sorry I missed the Event.Pls pass on the next Event Info -if any.Thank U.

  11. Wow, what an amazing round-up of cauliflower recipes. I love cauliflower and I want to try every one of these dishes.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog recently - it is lovely to find your beautiful blog :-) Hope you'll visit me again - I will definitely be coming back here.

    Sue xo

  12. Lovely round up. First time here, you have a really beautiful space.


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