14 Reviews

I have probably made this a million times since first reviewing it in jul 03. We enjoy this recipe very much!! Tonight I made it with a few minor alterations due to my own stupidity LOL I didnt realize i was out of peas until it was too late... so i decided to throw in some chopped jalapenos for added color and flavor...wow it was great! :) missed the peas though hehe. I also used red onion instead of yellow because thats all i had as well, and it made for a nice change. Thanks once again for this recipe :)

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love4culinary March 12, 2005

This is a regular on our table and is enjoyed by all of us. Cauliflower is one of my favourite veggies and peas is something I have loved since I was a kid...so that makes me want to eat this all the more;) Generally, we also add 2 chopped and peeled tomatoes when making this.

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Charishma_Ramchandani May 10, 2003

Loved this recipe - Not being vegetarian I used chicken stock instead of the 1 cup water.. I enjoyed the blend of spices they were not overpowering but complimented the taters & cauliflower. Instead of regular Pease I used sugar peas cut on the bias - looked great Thanks Kozmic Blues for a great recipe

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Bergy February 11, 2004

those who like mild curries will enjoy this. I made exactly as written to see how it comes out and I will certainly double the spices when I make this again. a very nice dish that can be tweaked to personal tastes.

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this4samonly January 15, 2014

I made this for vegetarian friends as wasn't sure what to make. It was delicious and even my meat eating hubby loved it!! I used organic yellow gold potatoes which were very creamy texture. I didn't have the brown mustard seed and used ground mustard powder instead and got the heat of the dish from the cayanne pepper which was plenty hot enough for our tastes. I served with some naan bread but wasn't really necessary but good! I did another variation tonight adding stir fried dark chicken meat tonight for two of us and it was again wonderfull. A satisfying meal with an exotic taste and really easy to make.

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Linderloo October 24, 2012

We enjoyed - plenty of flavor. I didn't weigh my potatoes but there wasn't enough liquid, so ended up adding more and cooking a little while longer - no problemo, next time I'll just use 2 or 3 instead of 5 or 6.

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Brooke the Cook in WI February 13, 2012

Very tasty dish. I did add a touch more of the spices, which made it that much better. :)

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Lori Mama November 08, 2011

Great side for an Indian meal. I haven't been able to find dark mustard seeds so used yellow.
Turned out so nice.
Served with Panko Crusted Tilapia (Minus Old Bay) and a curry sauce.

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adopt a greyhound September 30, 2011

Thought this was a really good Indian side dish. We like it a bit spicy, so we doubled the spices and would probably add a dash more next time. We used frozen peas, and personally I'm not a huge fan of peas, so I'd probably skip them or maybe fry up some carrots with the onion in place of the peas next time. Overall a very tasty dish.

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Larry Spaghetti December 22, 2009

Oh was this good! The curry seasoning was perfect. I used olive oil and didn't peel my potatoes (I never peel redskins). Other than that, I made it as posted. This was an easy dish to make because nothing needed par-cooking. Thanks for such a keeper recipe!

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Kathy228 March 16, 2008
Curried Cauliflower and Potatoes