One of my favorite vegetable is cauliflower. Alas, the winter season is recending. Cauliflowers are found in abundance in the market during the winters â€“ large and fresh ones. I often use this vegetable in the winters make the simple cauliflower stir fry! It happens be one of my daughterâ€™s favorite dishes, too. Often, I give my daughter this cauliflower fry along with rotis for her lunch at school. And also, usually end up having this curry as an appetizer before the meals. This indeed is an excellent starter before lunch or dinner! Moreover, I simply love the softness of the cooked cauliflower along with a spicy twist!
During my childhood days, my mother would often make this tasty dish for us. We always took heapfuls (more than our usual normal intake) of this curry and devoured it. This dish is very easy to prepare and can be cooked within 10 minutes.
Did you know?
Cauliflower is believed to come from Asia. In Europe they were first eaten in Italy. However, in the 16th century, the cauliflower spread throughout Europe. It was first grown in North America in the late 17th century.