Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Cauliflower Roast

Ingredients for the stuffing
Cauliflower-11/2cups
Onion-1
Tomato-1
Cumin seeds-1/2teaspoon
Chilli powder-11/2teaspoons
Turmeric powder-1/4teaspoon
Coconut milk powder-1tablespoon
Salt
Oil.

Dosa Batter-1 cup

Method

Wash and cut the cauliflower into bite size florets,chop the onions,tomato & green chilly.
Heat oil in a kadai, add the cumin seeds,let them splutter.
Then add the onions,curry leaves, sauté them till the onions become transparent.
Add the tomatoes,chilli powder and salt. Cook till the onions become mushy.
Add the coconut milk powder with little water and bring it to boil.
Now add the cauliflower florets, sprinkle little water,cover it and cook(say for 4-5 minutes) till the veggie becomes soft but not mushy.


Reduce the flame to low, cook till all the gravy thickens. Finally add the cilantro and put off the stove.

The stuffing for the dosa is ready.
Make a thin dosa on a hot griddle, spread the masala in the centre,sprinkle some oil and cook till one side gets cooked.

Fold the dosa into a triangle carefully and flip it over.


Cook for 30 seconds and the cauliflower roast is ready to serve.

Enjoy it with your favourite side dishes!

17 comments:

  1. Looks so gud that I want to make it right away ...

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  2. I feel like having that plate of dosa. So tempting! Cauliflower sounds interesting. never thought of this idea.Good one Mahi

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  3. Looks yummy dear! I'm hungry now :)

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  4. this is one of my fav dosa.. whenever i go to dosa calling i order this.. addition of coconut powder is a must try!!!

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  5. Super delicious and irresistible roast, makes me hungry..

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  6. Wow what a mouthwatering combo,looks so yummy and crispy dosa.Cauliflower roast simply superb.

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  7. Looks absolutely perfect and delicious.. awesome clicks !!..

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  8. Man that looks good! Never tried coconut milk powder...this is also a great option for a low-carb version of masala dosa.

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  9. Woww.. that looks yumm :D Cant wait to have them..

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  10. Makes me hungry...delicious dear...

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  11. wow looks so tempting !! wonderful roast !!

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  12. Thanks for dropping by my blog and for your nice words Mahi...
    South Indian Recipes

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  13. So simple and tempting recipe.. looks gr.. thanks for sharing !!
    Indian Cuisine

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