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Gobi Kasuri Methi with Golden Raisins

Cauliflower, Golden Raisins, Dried Fenugreek Leaves
Gobi, Golden Raisins, Kasuri Methi


Peanut oil, slivered garlic, cumin, and mustard seeds for tadka
Red onion, ripe tomatoes and fresh cauliflower
Kasuri methi, golden raisins, grated coconut, turmeric, chilli powder and salt
With puri, chapati or with rice.

Puri and Gobi Kasuri Methi with Golden Raisins
Puri and Gobi Kasuri Methi ~ for Weekend Brunch

Feel free to size up the recipe, for a sweet tasting and serenely scented Gobi Kasuri methi.
From Hindi to English, Gobi=cauliflower, Kasuri Methi=Sundried Fenugreek Leaves

Posted by Indira©Copyrighted in Amma & Authentic Andhra,Cauliflower,Golden Raisins,Methi, Kasuri Methi (Monday November 26, 2007 at 1:10 am- permalink)
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  1. That is an especially tempting photo before breakfast, Indira! I might just help myself to that yummy gobi ‘n puri 🙂

    Comment by Linda — November 26, 2007 @ 3:03 am

  2. this is not fair indira, there is still 1 hour left for my lunch break. i was just about to take that gobi on papad from ur hands and realised its justa pic 🙁

    Comment by sia — November 26, 2007 @ 3:08 am

  3. Excellent picture Indira! And a make-drool-at-looking pose! Your hand is resembling a kind mother’s hands towards a hungry child. If you were near I would run towards you!

    Comment by Nirmala — November 26, 2007 @ 3:37 am

  4. I can literally taste that…so not fair!…made me more hungry…better head towards the kitchen 🙂

    Comment by sunita — November 26, 2007 @ 3:55 am

  5. oh…thats poori, not papad… he he he… shows how hungry i am 😉

    Comment by sia — November 26, 2007 @ 4:53 am

  6. Indira!!
    Cauliflower is one vegetable i can’t cook frequently but after seeing those amazing pictures and that recipe didn’t tempt me to make it!!

    Comment by padmaja — November 26, 2007 @ 5:47 am

  7. The cauliflower you used is a very pretty looking white!,I love such tweakable recipes, thx for sharing.

    Comment by bindiya — November 26, 2007 @ 6:01 am

  8. Beautiful pic!

    Comment by TBC — November 26, 2007 @ 7:33 am

  9. Amazing photos and delicious-sounding food!

    Comment by Ann — November 26, 2007 @ 8:29 am

  10. Hi Indira, this dish looks lovely! And I am even happy enough to have access to almost all the ingredients – will have to check our local Indian grocery for Kasuri Methi.

    Thank you for the recipe, I will certainly try it in the near future!

    Comment by Anni — November 26, 2007 @ 9:18 am

  11. the pic and the bhaji and not to mention poori!!

    Comment by Rajitha — November 26, 2007 @ 9:18 am

  12. Hi! I have been reading your blog for a while and wondered if you have any recipes that use fresh fenugreek/methi that you would share. I have never ever seen it fresh in our stores and yesterday, there it was staring back at me, so I had to buy it, now to use it! Thanks for any help!

    Comment by ginger — November 26, 2007 @ 12:14 pm

  13. Hi Indira..Beautiful pic! …I would really like to know how you take pictures….can you share some of your photographic tips..

    Comment by shruthi — November 26, 2007 @ 12:37 pm

  14. Very delicious and very creative Photography Indira!

    Comment by Latha — November 26, 2007 @ 3:01 pm

  15. Looks tempting… Thanks for the tip! pics looks wonderful!

    Comment by anusriram — November 26, 2007 @ 3:05 pm

  16. That looks wickedly delicious.

    Comment by Suganya — November 26, 2007 @ 5:55 pm

  17. Indira gaaru,

    Gobi with puri, chusthe chala tempting gaa….. vundi!

    I will prepare tomorrow!

    Thnx & rgds,

    Comment by Vijaya — November 26, 2007 @ 7:51 pm

  18. Thank you all for your sweet notes.
    I loved this cauliflower preparation with kasuri methi and golden raisins. I hope you try and like it too.

    Hello Ginger:
    You can find fresh fenugreek recipes – here.
    Fresh fenugreek(methi) is one of my favorite green leafy vegetables. I often prepare fenugreek-potato, methi mattar malai and fenugreek-toordal recipes with fresh fenugreek leaves.
    If you try, let me know how you like them.

    Shruthi: Thanks.
    I can talk and discuss about food non-stop, but when it comes to food photography, I feel somewhat inadequate. I am still in experimentation and learning stage.

    Comment by Indira — November 27, 2007 @ 4:55 pm

  19. Hi Indira,

    beautiful pictures!!!!!

    Comment by Menu Today — November 27, 2007 @ 5:12 pm

  20. Hi Indira,
    Eventhough, I stopped blogging But I didn’t stopped visiting your blog and some of my other favorites.
    I luv all your posts and the snaps of your kittayya.
    Today , while browsing I saw my posts all copied on sulekha by one member named rosyrosy2000. Please friends, whoever are blogging do check out for safe side.

    Dear Lakshmi,
    I am happy to see you here.
    Also sorry for the Sulekha thing. Samething happened to me few weeks ago. I contacted the Sulekha people, and they responded positively to my complaint and immediately removed the plagiarised content from their site.
    Here are their email ids:

    Sudhir Syal: He is the guy for Sulekha Business and liaisons.
    Hemamalini Kirubakaran – She is the one responsible for Sulekha cookery portal.
    Contact them.
    Best wishes,

    Comment by lakshmi — November 29, 2007 @ 11:58 am

  21. Thanks Indira.
    I’ll send email to them as soon as possible.
    Just now, Asha (Foodie’s Hope) left a comment saying that post this at Indira’s blog too.

    Comment by lakshmi — November 29, 2007 @ 3:34 pm

  22. […] You know how it is sometimes. You prepare a new recipe, you like it so much, you have to make it again the next day. That’s what happened to me with cauliflower. I loved the gobi I prepared last weekend very much, I made it again today. This time, I also added few potatoes to the pot. The friendship between brain-like cauliflower and belly-like, comforting potatoes is legendary. The fragrant kasuri methi and the sweet golden raisins addition made this lovely friendship even more endearing to me. I can surely say that this is the best cauliflower curry I have ever made next to my amma’s recipe. Good use of cauliflower that’s in season.(Recipe follows) Busy days. See you again on Sunday. […]

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