Cauliflower and Egg Curry with Naan

 We sure love Indian food around our house.  This is one of our all time favorite Indian meals.  Cauliflower and hard boiled egg curry with basmati rice and garlic naan.  I always serve it with chutney and garlic pickle.

 Hard boil 8 eggs.

 I like to grind my spices in a mortar and pestle but you can use pre-ground spices if you like.

 Click to see the original recipe.  I add a few extra things as you will see.  Cut a large head of cauliflower into small florets.

 Dice one baking potato into cubes and cook until they soften.

 Slice 1 large onion and dice 4 cloves of garlic.

 Saute' your spices over medium heat in 4 tablespoons of oil until the mustard seeds begin to pop.

 Add the garlic and onions and continue to cook over medium heat stirring often.

 Add the cauliflower and cook for a few minutes.

 Add 1 cup of water.

 Add the cooked potatoes and some of their water.

 Add 1 diced tomato. Cover and simmer for about 30 minutes.

 Chop the hard boiled eggs into large chunks and add them to the cauliflower.

 Add 1 container of Knorr's vegetable stock concentrate. Keep the pot on a simmer.

 I made some simple naan.  Mix 1 cup of water with 2-1/4 tsp. of rapid rise yeast.  Mix in 1 beaten egg, 1 tsp. salt, 2 tablespoons of sugar and 3/4 cups of buttermilk.  Beat in enough flour to make a nice smooth dough.
I used about 4 cups.  Place it in a greased bowl, cover it and let it rise about 45 minutes.

 Break off pieces and roll flat.  Cook it in a cast iron skillet over medium heat until browned on both sides.  Do not grease the skillet.

 Flip half way through the cooking time.

 Brush with garlic butter and cool on racks.

 Make some basmati rice and serve the curry over it.

I also serve it with raita but I forgot to get a photo of it. 


Candace said…
Mr. Squash and I are drooling over this at this very moment! We love mango pickle, but have never seen the garlic pickle - yum! Thanks so much for the recipe!
Patty Woodland said…
Looks interesting. I'm sure the hubby would devour it.
Anonymous said…
this looks and sounds amazing, its snowing here, you want some? lol!!
Guillaume said…
I don't often eat Indian anymore. I should really.
Suzie said…
We've never eaten Indian food before, (except for Hubby when he went to India on business), but it looks like it is time to broaden our horizons! Thanks for providing the incentive!
jody said…
yum! i love curry so will have to try this. and never heard of the garlic pickle so will have to look into that. i have also never had naan before, i did see some while shopping on base but seems easy enough to make. your soup, pita and apple pie too looks wonderful! sounds like you have a busy couple months ahead! enjoy your evening!
I bet it smells incredibly fragrant and delicious!
Ina in Alaska said…
Looks like an Anna Thomas recipe! I recently got her newest cookbook "Love Soup". Love her!
Joy said…
Yum! We have one decent Indian restaurant here in Istanbul so I usually end up just making curries at home instead. Your recipe looks delish!!