9 Reviews

I was searching for a simple Indian recipe for cauliflower, and picked this due to its simplicity. We loved it! But we did add quite a bit more turmeric (I may have doubled it) and also added a teaspoon of Muchi Curry (a powdered spice that you can buy at Whole Foods, which has cayenne pepper) and an onion to the cauliflower. I also cut the cauliflower larger than 1/4 inch florets (maybe that's an error?) But what a wonderful simple dish, thanks for sharing!

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tgindc January 24, 2015

My whole family loved this recipe, a real keeper and I loved how easy to make. I too added curry. Will make again for sure

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lindaversluis August 02, 2013

I'm another one who loves roasted cauliflower, and this recipe is spot-on. I used a LOT more turmeric than the recipe calls for, as that amount gave very little color to the cauliflower, and turmeric is a very healthful spice. Other spices can easily be added to this for more variety, according to taste. We had it with Saag Paneer (Panir) - Indian Spinach and Cheese and brown basmati rice and both enjoyed the meal a great deal.

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zeldaz51 February 25, 2013

I add garlic powder and a small amount of curry powder. I love this and I am not a huge fan of cauliflower.

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misscain August 25, 2012

I wouldn't pass up any roasted veggie, and this one was certainly no exception! I really liked the turmeric in this (well, except for the really tenacious bright yellow stains that it left on my fingers and the pan, but whatever, lol). I actually added more turmeric than was specified in the recipe, and I was glad I did. I think I cut my florets too small, so they got pretty soft before I could get them to brown, but they were still very tasty. I definitely want to make this again, but cut them larger so they brown. I found myself just snacking on this out of the pan, it was so good. Thanks for posting! Made for The Honeys for ZWT8

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Muffin Goddess August 24, 2012

I actually made half with the spices and half without because I was afraid I wouldn't like it and I love cauliflower. Bad choice. I loved the spice on it, and it came out fantastic. I'd have eaten the whole dish by myself. Thanks Nancy! Made for ZWT8 trip to India.

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Buzymomof3 August 20, 2012

I love roasted cauliflower anyway and this was a wonderful twist! I just added a little more turmeric to brighten the colour a bit so that I wouldn't be eating a 'plate of beige'. I reduced the recipe for two of us and am sorry I did. I was digging little crunchy bits from the baking sheet and wishing I had more. It would make a lovely and guilt free snack imo. Made for the Bistro Babes - ZWT 8.

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K9 Owned August 17, 2012

This cauliflower is really good. It's tastes terrific and the colour is beautiful! I would even use a bit more turmeric next time. Made for Holiday Tag. Thanks Nancy's Pantry! :)

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Nif December 27, 2011

Yum, I love roasted cauliflower. This was a nice and different tasted with the turmeric. Thanks Nancy!

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Sharon123 December 08, 2011
Indian Roasted Cauliflower