Gobi Broccoli Makhani. Cauliflower, Broccoli, Peas in Creamy Gravy. Vegan Glutenfree Recipe

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Vegan Gobi Broccoli Makhani. Cauliflower, Broccoli, Peas in Creamy Gravy

Remember the gorgeous, tried, tested and loved Whole Roasted Cauliflower in creamy Makhani gravy(Gobi Musallam)? Cauliflower in that awesome gravy is another favorite cauliflower recipe in the house right now. Most days it is just the two of us, so I cant make the entire cauliflower into Gobi Musallam. I make this curry instead. Vegan Month of food mid way post.

Blanch the cauliflower and broccoli florets. Make the gravy. Add the cauliflower, broccoli, peas and gravy to a pan. Simmer for a few minutes and done. 
The creamy gravy is very rich and fatty with the full-fat coconut milk and cashews,(it is called Makahni-butter-y for a reason). You can make it lower fat by using a different non dairy milk and reducing the cashew flour. 
The gravy also stores very well. Make a larger quantity, Blend and store in the refrigerator for a few days or freeze in individual serving containers  Thaw, add to any blanched or roasted veggies, Tofu or blackened Tempeh, bring to a boil and serve. Another Restaurant style Indian curry to add to the collection, and another way to eat more Broccoli:)
More Cauliflower and other vegetable and bean Curries here.

Yes, I do need a new board and also probably should use a different container (overusing the kadhai and composition lately:)) 



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Cauliflower and Broccoli in Creamy gravy. Gobi Broccoli Makhani. 
Allergy Information: Free of Dairy, egg, corn, soy, gluten, grain. Can be made nut-free

Serves 2-4
Ingredients:
1/2 head of cauliflower
1.5-2 cups broccoli florets
1/2 Recipe Makhani Gravy(step by step recipe)
1/2 cup peas
salt to taste

Method:
Bring a large pot of water to a boil.
Add a teaspoon of salt. Chop the cauliflower and Broccoli into small/medium florets.
Add cauliflower to the pot and blanch for 3-4 minutes. Remove cauliflower and add broccoli and blanch for 5-6 minutes. 
Prepare the gravy till the step where the onion, tomatoes, coconut milk and cashew mixture is blended into a smooth puree. 
In a large pan, add the blended gravy, blanched cauliflower, broccoli and peas. 
Mix well and cook on low heat for 10-15 minutes.
Taste and adjust salt and spice. Top with cilantro and serve with hot Naan flat bread or Quinoa or rice. 


This curry is being shared at Ricki's wellness weekend

16 comments:

  1. I loveeeee creamy cauliflower dishes. I miss eating my grand mother's creamy cauliflower casserole but alas it is cheese and cream laden! I love this alternative :)

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    1. This is surely going to help you get over the cream and cheese:)

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  2. The only way my mother could get me to eat cauliflower as a kid was when it was smothered with white b├ęchamel sauce. I've been making up for that since then and now I absolutely love it, whatever way it comes. I love the idea of it with your sumptuous gravy! Trying this asap!

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    1. I have a bechamel lasagna with cauliflower in the layers and it is soo good. i can eat cauliflower in anything!

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  3. Cauliflower dishes are my favorite! This creamy gravy looks pretty interesting!

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  4. that looks really comforting, perfect spice blend and my fave veggies!

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  5. I love the recipes you're creating

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  6. That looks SO good! The serving bowl is so beautiful too.

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  7. Oh yum that sounds delicious! I need to remember to make this next time I have a head of cauliflower. I love how insanely good things are when both full-fat coconut milk and cashews are used. :)

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  8. This looks so good. I kind of want to bathe in that gravy.

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  9. I just went into the kitchen to check on my tomato supply to see if I had enough for the gravy. Yep. And with two heads of cauliflower to use up, I know just what to do!

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  10. Thank you. Made this scrumptious dish and enjoyed every mouthful

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  11. Made this today. My cauliflower was big so I added a lot more liquid (love that coconut milk). Also threw some tofu in there for my toddler who won't eat cauliflower or broccoli. We loved it.

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