Cauliflower Masala

Written by Mullai

Modest, friendly and hardworking.  "Virgoans Rule"..


  1. Sugi7

    Hi Mullai, Made this curry for dinner today. Came out really well and an excellent combination with Naan. Thank you for a nice kuruma (without coconut) recipe!

  2. jlakshmi


    I made this today, normally my Cauliflower kurma even after adding coconut will make it bland or tasteless, whereas the cauliflower kurma from saravana Bhavan always is my favorite, used to wonder how they make this.. Today I got the taste from the kurma/masala the way I wanted it. Thanks to you.


  3. logambiga

    im logambiga.. new to this site….. u can call me loga….
    mullai i really wonder abt ur recipes..
    i tried this recipe now…. u have mentioned 3 tomatoes…. ive used less than that…. i could feel only the tomato taste rather than gobi…. can u plz tell me the size of the tomatoes…..

  4. jeyalakshmi


    Is it 1 cup cauliflower or 1 whole cauliflower? As per the ingredients, I have used 1 whole cauliflower and the masala seemed to be a bit less for the florets. And water, neengha sonna maathri just sprinkle dhaan pannen. So the outcome was not like in the picture for me (liquid oda illai).

    But it turned out a very good curry and it was a nice side dish for chappathi.

    Just a small note: Green chilli mentioned in ingredients is not in the instructions. FYI.


    1. Mullai


      I've corrected the  recipe. It has to be 1 small cauliflower about (20 florets) and green chiles go with the onions. You will end up having some gravy, as you are adding 3 tomatoes plus you have cashew paste and little water. If you wish can add little extra water and adjust the consitency. Thanks !!

  5. shan

    Ma’am, romba nalla vanthathu…Best combination for chapathi, thanx for your receipe. A healthy receipe without coconut.

    Have a great day

  6. Ash

    Hi Mualli, this recipe of yours made the bland Gobi taste divine! Thank you so much. I will definitely come back to try a few more.

    1. Mullai


      Cashews add richness to the gravy and makes it look little thick. You can cut on them if you wish, which will not affect of the taste much.

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