Wednesday, January 13, 2010



This is South Indian style of stir fry vegetable. It's so easy to prepare and perfect side dish for capati/roti or rice. Other vegetables such as potato, peas, leafy vegetable, beetroot, cabbage, bitter gourd and okra can be used for stir fry method.

Cauliflower & Carrot Poriyal  is an easy and quick to prepare.


300 g cauliflower cut and wash
1 carrot cubed
1 onion chopped
1 teaspoon chili powder
1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder
1 teaspoon mustard seed
1 teaspoon split black gram lentil
2 tablespoons oil
salt to taste


1. Heat the oil, fry mustard seed until it crackles then add  black gram fry until  it turns light brown.

2. Add onion, chili powder, turmeric powder and little water.

3. Now add the carrot, salt and cauliflower, sprinkle little water and cover pot. Cook until vegetables are soft.

4. Stir well and add salt if required.

5. Serve hot.

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mummyseri said...

Salam kak..mesti sedap ek masakan ni..kak kite suke makan peria goreng yg indian stail..rangup..kalo kakak tahu cara membuatnya bolehlah share resepi yek..slalulunya kite makan kat restoran mamak kari kepala ikan, msti ada peria tu ;)..


Mummyseri.. resepi peria goreng tu insha Allah nanti kak carikan...anak dah sehat ke?

Watierman said...

Hello....wah..mesti dah siap capati ni sebab tu dah ada bahan cicah kan...nak capati satu set.....hehehe...teh tarik satu boleh I asking too much....Please!!!


Watie...boleh aje...harap menepati citarasamu ya....

Britany @ Real Sustenance said...

Wow! Yummy, I LOVE indian flavors. Love love love them. excited to try this recipe!

Wanted to invite you to participate in a weekly recipe event I host titled seasonal Sundays! This recipe fits the theme quite well.
xo, Brittany

Unknown said...

i could eat plate after plate of looks so yummy! thank you for sharing with tuesday night supper club.

Treat and Trick said...

Christy....Thanks for hosting dear...

Jenn Erickson said...

I love Cauliflower and Indian dishes, so this recipe is really up my alley! Mmmm...lentils too? Delicious! Thank you for linking up to another "A Little Birdie Told Me". I love the international flavor that your wonderful recipes add to the linky party!

Treat and Trick said...

Jenn Erickson...Thanks for hosting dear...