Cauliflower Curry

Mar 29, 2009   //   by myrakelly   //   Recipes  //  3 Comments

This is a really easy and versatile curry. You can have it on it’s own, with crackers and so many other ways and all the spices are really warming so it’s great if you’re feeling the cold.

Cauliflower Curry

Ingredients

2 Cups Chopped Cauliflower

1 Medium Carrot, Chopped

6 Soaked Sundried Tomatoes

1/2 Avocado

1/2 Onion, Chopped

1 cm Piece of Ginger

1 Tsp Tumeric

2 Tsp Ground Cumin

1/2 Tsp Cayenne Pepper

1/2 Cup Dried Coconut

1 Tbsp Flaxseed

1 Cup Rejuvelac or Water

Serving options: Cucumber, alfalfa sprouts or rice paper (not raw)

Method

Place all ingredients in a blender or food processor and blend until it is finely chopped and well combined.

Serve in a bowl topped with alfalfa sprouts, on cucumber rounds or if you are not 100% raw try it wrapped in rice paper with alfalfa. It would also work well rolled in a large leafy green with other vegetables or on flax crackers. It’s up to you.

On cucumber slices with parsley

Wrapped in rice paper with alfalfa

Cauliflower Rice

Mar 2, 2009   //   by myrakelly   //   Recipes  //  No Comments

We’ve been getting a lot of Cauliflower in our organic vege box recently. It’s the poor cousin to broccoli who always gets picked first. So we have to come up with creative ways to let that cauli-wall-flower shine through. This cauliflower salad is reminiscent of stir fried rice. You basically just need a base of cauliflower and the sesame oil and tamari dressing, then you’re free to change up the other vegetables in this dish to make your own variations. Here’s the combination I whipped up the other night.

Ingredients

1 small head cauliflower

2 carrots

1 large stalk celery

1 stalk spring onion

1 red bell pepper

1/2 cup sprouted sunflower seeds

1 tbsp tamari

2 tbsp cold-pressed sesame oil

juice of 1 lemon

Method:

Chop the cauliflower into florets and place a few at a time into the food processor or blender. Pulse until it looks about the size of grains of rice and place in a large bowl.

Chop the carrots and do the same as with the cauliflower.

Dice the bell pepper, celery and spring onion and combine with the remaining ingredients in the bowl.

This should keep for a few days in the fridge.

Cauliflower is a member of club cruciferous, just like Kale, Broccoli and Cabbage. These types of vegetables promote liver detoxification and help to prevent cancer. The phytonutrients contained in Cauliflower tell your genes to make more of the enzymes that are involved in detoxification which is why cruciferous vegetables are shown to be more effective in fighting cancer. If that wasn’t enough, Cauliflower is also very high in Vitamin C, it has more than oranges. These facts, figures and more are available over at World’s Healthiest Foods.