Shan-Style Cauliflower Curry

Shan-Style Cauliflower Curry

Shan-Style Cauliflower Curry

This is a quick and easy Shan-style curry dish that you can prepare in under 15 minutes. Popular in Myanmar, Dan and I enjoyed this dish several times, mostly in Shan State. You can tweak the recipe to your taste, adding in more variety  of vegetables or spices. Here I have left the recipe as in – because it is so simple and delicious on its own.

Recipe is taken from Mr.Min’s Cooking Class Recipe Book: An Introduction to Shan Cuisine, that was given to us in Inle Lake, Myanmar during our cooking class.

Watch the video of our cooking class here!

What You Need:
You can adjust the amounts depending on your preference or the amount of curry you want

1. Cauliflower: The amount depends on how many servings you want to have
2. Garlic: 5 cloves per 2 servings. You could also use 1 large tablespoon of garlic paste per 2 servings
3. Ginger Paste: 1 large tablespoon per 2 servings. You could also use fresh ginger
4. Spring Onion: 5 sprigs per 2 servings
5. Tomatoes: 2 medium
6. Oil (Peanut, Coconut, Olive, etc – your preference)
7. Turmeric Powder: 1/2 teaspoon per 2 servings
8. Salt: to taste
9. Water: 1/4 cup to 1/2 cup

Directions:
1. Clean and chop cauliflower
2. Dice garlic and ginger (if you’re using fresh)
3. Dice spring onions finely
4. Dice tomatoes
5. Heat oil in wok or frying pan
6. Add in spring onions, garlic, ginger,  and tomatoes and stir fry for 1 minute
7. Add turmeric powder and salt to taste
8. Add cauliflower to stir-fry and water. Cook on medium heat until desired texture. Crispier the better 🙂
9. Serve!

 

Shan-Style Cauliflower Curry
Shan-Style Cauliflower Curry

 

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