Cauliflower Kurma (Tamil Nadu Restaurant Style Cauliflower Chops) Recipe

When you visit a good veg restaurant in Chennai for dinner you will find it difficult to miss the sight and smell of a favourite dinner tiffin of the Chennai people, the ‘Parotta-Chops’ or in other words Paratha with yellow coloured kurma. This Kurma or Chops is typically made with Cauliflower as its key ingredient with almost a burji texture.

Fresh cauliflower is chopped into smaller florets and cooked along with a rich creamy gravy made up of cashew nuts and poppy seeds. Tomatoes adds to the tanginess of the dish and the fennel seeds gives the kurma it’s authentic taste. A easy to make and refreshingly yummy side dish for your flat breads and tiffin.

Cauliflower Kurma is a tasty, healthy and popular side dish served along with appam, idiyappam, phulka or malabar paratha.

If you like this recipe, you can also try other kurma recipes such as

  1. Easy Potato Kurma
  2. Thengai Paal Kurma
  3. South Indian Style Vegetable Kurma

 

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