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Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Milagu cauliflower ( cauliflower pepper fry)


Milagu cauliflower ( Cauliflower pepper fry)


cauliflower- 1, small, onion- 1, chopped, lime juice- 1 tbsp, turmeric pwd- 1/4 tsp, salt to taste, oil- 3 tbsp.

To grind:

Peppercorns- 1 tbsp, cumin seeds- 2 tsp, saunf- 1/2 tsp, cinnamon- 1, clove- 2, cardamom- 1, ginger- 1 inch piece, garlic- 3 cloves.

Grind all the above ingredients to a smooth paste.

Method:

Heat oil & fry the onions till golden. Now add the ground paste & stir fry for 1 or 2 mins. Add the cauliflower florets, turmeric pwd,lime juice, salt to taste & a little water & cover & cook till cauliflower florets are tender . Serve hot with steamed basmathi rice & poritha kozhumbhu.

Adapted from Revathi Shanmugam's recipe

Look this person has COPIED my 'milagu cauliflower' post word for word & put it up on her blog as hers!! Shame on you for stealing my food post!!If you are not capable of writing a simple food post , then why have a food blog!!???

See one more who has copied my 'milagu cauliflower' post word for word & has passed it on as his recipe!! You pass yourself for a chef when you are not even capable of writing a simple recipe, that you had to copy it from my blog & pass it on as your own???!!!

The original recipe is in tamil & the ingredient proportions & the method of cooking have been completely changed!! So how come you have the same recipe with the same wordings on your blog ????

8 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Paati,

tried pepper cauliflower today... tured out real good... Thanks a lot for the recipe...
6/30/2006 06:17:00 PM
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi anon
happy that you tried & liked the recipe & thanks for letting me know:)
paati
6/30/2006 10:46:00 PM
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi paati,

I tried this dish today and it came out well.supera erunthuthu!!Ungalukku oru OOHH poderen!!Eagerly waiting for ur next post.

Tamizh penn :)
7/06/2006 10:34:00 PM
Blogger paati said...

hi tamizh penn
happy that you liked the recipe & also happy to see you on my blog:)
paati
7/07/2006 10:03:00 PM
Blogger Thenu said...

Thats very ridiculous that she copied the recipe! Wierdos.
4/04/2008 12:39:00 PM
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I made this dish as part of a (mostly) Tamil food feast for friends last night and it was a big hit. I only partly cooked it and let it sit in the spices all afternoon. The fragrance of the dish changed over time and became more and more intoxicating. I was so happy to have found a recipe that used black pepper as the heat, and it was a great accompaniment to the other dishes which had coconut in them. Thank you so much for the recipe. I'll be making it often and I look forward to trying your others.
10/29/2008 11:51:00 PM
Blogger paati said...

glad you enjoyed the dish & thanks for the positive feedback anon & hope to see you often here:)
paati
10/30/2008 05:04:00 PM

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December 10, 2008 at 12:46 AM  
Blogger Thiruvai Dubakoor said...

Hello,

Thanks for the post. This dish become a huge sucess when I made it last time in my flat. Very helpful for bachelors like me staying outside India. Sad thing is that I am not able to access your other entries as it restricts users from viewing as it is invited only. I wish I am invited as well. Thanks once again!

February 1, 2010 at 9:19 AM  
Blogger nitya kamat said...

hi, am excited to cook your recipes but am unable to read it cos of some ad "feedjit live traffic feed". im unable to close the ad too! is it possible you could remove th ad so i can read the recipe please please!!
thanks
nitya

July 14, 2011 at 1:24 PM  
Blogger paati said...

here is the recipe nithya

Milagu cauliflower ( Cauliflower pepper fry)

cauliflower- 1, small, onion- 1, chopped, lime juice- 1 tbsp, turmeric pwd- 1/4 tsp, salt to taste, oil- 3 tbsp.

To grind:

Peppercorns- 1 tbsp, cumin seeds- 2 tsp, saunf- 1/2 tsp, cinnamon- 1, clove- 2, cardamom- 1, ginger- 1 inch piece, garlic- 3 cloves.

Grind all the above ingredients to a smooth paste.

Method:

Heat oil & fry the onions till golden. Now add the ground paste & stir fry for 1 or 2 mins. Add the cauliflower florets, turmeric pwd,lime juice, salt to taste & a little water & cover & cook till cauliflower florets are tender . Serve hot with steamed basmathi rice & poritha kozhumbhu.

July 17, 2011 at 9:25 PM  
Anonymous Natasha said...

I've been making this dish for 5 years now and can't decide if I like it better hot the first night or cold the next day. It is so delicious! The spice paste is frying right now and filling the house with a heavenly aroma. So looking forward to eating it later. Thanks again for this great and easy recipe!

November 6, 2013 at 6:19 AM  
Anonymous Natasha said...

I've been making this dish for 5 years now and can't decide if I like it better hot the first night or cold the next day. It is so delicious! The spice paste is frying right now and filling the house with a heavenly aroma. So looking forward to eating it later. Thanks again for this great and easy recipe!

November 6, 2013 at 6:20 AM  
Anonymous Natasha said...

I've been making this dish for 5 years now and can't decide if I like it better hot the first night or cold the next day. It is so delicious! The spice paste is frying right now and filling the house with a heavenly aroma. So looking forward to eating it later. Thanks again for this great and easy recipe!

November 6, 2013 at 6:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've been making this dish for 5 years now and can't decide if I like it better hot the first night or cold the next day. It is so delicious! The spice paste is frying right now and filling the house with a heavenly aroma. So looking forward to eating it later. Thanks again for this great and easy recipe!

November 6, 2013 at 6:21 AM  

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