Recipe of Homemade Vegetarian Indian Curry with Garam Masala, Cauliflower and Chick Peas

  • 4 min read
  • Jul 22, 2021

Vegetarian Indian Curry with Garam Masala, Cauliflower and Chick Peas. Garam Masala is an Indian spice mix that is widely available nowadays. In Sydney, it is sold in. Channa Masala is an Indian style curry made with Chickpeas/Garbanzo beans.

Whatever the origins of curry are, you can enjoy it from the comfort of your home wherever you live. Coconut milk, cauliflower, red lentils, and green beans are the main ingredients of this vegan Indian curry that also features lots of spices and A staple dish in Indian cuisine, this vegetarian dhal with vegetables is made with coconut milk, giving it extra flavor. Serve with rice, warm naan, or chappatis.

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Garam Masala is an Indian spice mix that is widely available nowadays. In Sydney, it is sold in. Channa Masala is an Indian style curry made with Chickpeas/Garbanzo beans.

To get started with this recipe, we must first prepare a few ingredients. You can have vegetarian indian curry with garam masala, cauliflower and chick peas using 15 ingredients and 19 steps. Here is how you cook that.

The ingredients needed to make Vegetarian Indian Curry with Garam Masala, Cauliflower and Chick Peas:

  1. Get 400 grams of cauliflower.
  2. Make ready 150 grams of rice.
  3. Make ready 1 of big red bell pepper.
  4. Take 1 clove of garlic.
  5. Take 1 of red onion.
  6. Get 1 of red chili pepper.
  7. Prepare 30 grams of fresh ginger.
  8. Prepare 200 grams of peeled tomatoes (can).
  9. Make ready 125 grams of chickpeas (can).
  10. Make ready 150 milliliter of coconut milk.
  11. Prepare 1 bunch of fresh coriander.
  12. Get of some Indian Garam Masala spicemix (see also my recipe).
  13. Get of some kurkuma, cumin and paprika powder.
  14. Prepare of some olive oil or groundnut oil.
  15. Take of some fresh ground pepper and sea salt.

The cauliflower's nooks and crannies are particularly good at soaking up all the intense flavors of the sauce. In this vegetarian riff on a popular Indian dish, we swap in cauliflower and chickpeas for the chicken in tikka masala. Turmeric Rice Bowl with Garam Masala Root Vegetables & Chickpeas. I am nudging my son toward a vegetarian diet, and this dish has made him a believer!

Steps to make Vegetarian Indian Curry with Garam Masala, Cauliflower and Chick Peas:

  1. Wash and cut the cauliflower into bite sized roses then put aside.
  2. Peel the skin from the bell pepper with a potato peeler, cut in half, remove the inside then cut into 1/2cm stripes and put aside.
  3. Peel the onion, cut in half then in thin half rings and put aside.
  4. Peel the skin from the ginger, cut it into 2mm thick layers and then cross-cut into fine 2mm matchsticks and put aside.
  5. Squash the garlic flat then cut in small pieces and put aside.
  6. Wash the chili pepper, remove seeds, cut fine and put aside.
  7. Take the chickpeas from the can, wash them and put aside.
  8. You can bring some water with salt to a boil for the rice, also add a decent amount of oil to a wok pan (or other frying pan).
  9. You can prepare the right amounts of coconut milk and tomatoes in 2 separate cups and put also aside untill needed.
  10. Put the wok pan on high heat, throw in the cauliflower roses as soon as the oil is hot and damping (it should sizzle when you add them) and bake them at high heat for about 2-3 minutes.
  11. Lower the heat to medium hot and add the paprika stripes and after frying for another 2 minutes add the onion rings as well.
  12. After another 2 minutes you can add the ginger matchsticks, keep stirring everything and also add the garlic and chili now.
  13. After a about 3-4 minutes lower heat a little more, the vegetables should be half done by now but still remain crispy.
  14. Add a good snuff of kurkuma, cumin and paprika powder and stir well before also adding 2 teaspoons of Garam Masala spices, fry this all together for a minute and smell the aromas coming out.
  15. Now add the cut peeled tomatoes with juice to the pan and stir.
  16. Add the cocunut milk and the chick peas, bring it all to a boil and let it to softly simmer for another 10 minutes or so.
  17. Meanwhile prepare the rice according to instructions on package.
  18. Wash the fresh coriander, cut it fine and put on table for garnish.
  19. At the end add some salt and pepper to taste, it will need some salt to get its full flavour but it's not supposed to be salty, rather spicy, so if needed add one more teaspoon of Garam Masala.

Curry powder and garam masala will add more of a traditional Indian flavor to this dish, while the original inspiration for. Cauliflower is used readily in Indian food – the secret is not to overcook it. A few years ago I was lucky enough to visit India and experience some of its amazing food firsthand. Straight away I realised that it's the vegetarian food we should be eating, rather than the traditional meat curries we are so. This chickpea spinach curry is healthy, vegan, and ready in under half an hour.

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