Super Quick Cauliflower Curry, in a Wok!

Ok so this is a colourful, wholesome quick and easy dish. A one Wok curry that you can cook on a camp fire or in a horsebox, if that’s all you’ve got!!

This portion will feed me twice, but you can bulk up with rice or quinao to make it go further.

Soo you will need…..

  1. Cauliflower (I’m using half a chinese they are huge)
  2. One large potatoe
  3. Two large green chillies (adjust to taste)
  4. Spring onions as many as you fancy.
  5. Water
  6. Can of cherry tomatoes.
  7. Coconut milk 1/3 can
  8. Turmeric & Paprika 1 tbsp
  9. Himalayan Pink Salt & Black pepper.
  10. Coconut oil 1 tbsp

So pop your wok on a high heat with 3 mugs of water in it. Whilst it is heating wash and chop the spud into small pieces so they cook quickly.

Pop the spuds into the hot water, add seasoning and coconut oil and put a lid on it.

Wash and chop the cauliflower into medium pieces, chuck them in, give it a shake pop the lid back on.

Wash and dice the chilli and spring onion. Prepare a can of cherry tomatoes and the coconut milk.

After about 5 minutes add Tumeric Paprika the spring onion and chilli and the can of tomatoes.

Give it a good stir and turn the heat down. Let it simmer until veg is soft and it’s reduced a bit. Take it off the heat add the coconut milk, stir, taste and session accordingly.

Enjoy 🧡💛💚💙


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I am a Freelance Rider-Manager and Equine Consultant. Originally from N Ireland. I have a passion for all things horsey, especially whilst traveling the globe and absorbing new cultures. The world of horses is colourful vast and diverse. So much to be learnt and experienced that I decided to share it through a Blog. Having been based as a professional rider with a retraining and livery yard of 25 - 30 horses for eight years in the stunning county of Northumberland it was unclear what could follow such an epic chapter of my life. Having travelled to India to train as a yoga instructor and figure out what came next! I stumbled across and found myself having an amazing experience in the majestic area of Udipar. I was warmly welcomed and spent days riding the historic Mawari Indian War Horses. Since then I have travelled all over the Globe. Working aross disiplines with all sorts of horses and projects. From Show Jumping tours to Arrezo to Flying Ponies to China. I hope to inspire others to be free from the imaginary restraints that we and our societies place us under. Shine like a diamond and others will shine with you!

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