my kitchen notes
I added some crushed garam masala in the oil before frying the onion (the usual way we make regural KEEMA). I also sprinkled some ground garam masala before garnishing it with cilantro. Thanks for the awesome idea. (Somehow my picture is not getting uploaded . Would have loved to showoff my creation.)
Made this dish as suggested here. Pretty easy to make, took me less than 20mins to make it. Very very tasty, even though i did not use ghee to sautee. I am sure it would have been even tastier had i done that. I by mistake added a little extra tomatoes and hence was slightly on the tangy side, but it was not too big a factor. Even though we grate the cauliflowers, the amount we get is pretty good. I made 1 whole cauliflower and it served 3-4 people. This i think is a great plus point of making this.
Thank you so much :) --DK
Hard to say that given that the size is pretty varied (depending on the area you live in). But mostly an average would be around that. Removing the stalks will make it a bit lighter but that shouldn't really matter for such recipes. --DK
It takes a beautiful person inside out to take this time and effort and make the other person feel special. Appreciate every second that you took, to pen down these extremely bounteous words for me and my work. I am indeed very grateful that you chose to let me into your kitchen and be part of your dinner time.At the end of the day, it was YOU, who made my dishes taste good for your family. So, thank YOU for that :) --DK
I guess you can. Worth a try --DK
"though when I saw lamb I ignored it, no problem with lamb, just a vegetarian for 25 years". I have been a vegetarian all my life and know no other, so no recipe from this site will be non vegetarian, trust me :). As for your comment about my photos, I am pleasantly surprised to put it mildly. I am no pro and posses no real knowledge about photography. Though I have tried to learn in the past, I realized my passion lies more in the food than in the techniques of photography. My aim as a photographer is to make sure that the food I have in front of me translates to the reader exactly the same way. So given that, to hear this, I am so grateful. Thank you for the motivation. --DK