Hi friends, this is my second delicious home recipe that I hope you will love to try. As earlier I told I am a passionate cook. I am a vegan for last 8 years. When I left eating non-veg  my friends joked, “he is going to eat grass”! I laugh them back. I was 17 when I realized becoming a vegetarian gives me self-satisfaction.

I can prepare most of the Indian vegetable dishes, around 35 recipes.  This is an easy 15 minutes recipe, quick to prepare and very delicious!

I hope all the items I discussed here is easily available in any local market. I am trying to put all the item names in English, if you are not getting the names, just feel free to ask me. Thanks!

Best Homely Recipe

Photo: Cauliflower, Green peas & Kashmiri Potato Curry by Vikram Roy © Copyright 2012

Ingredients: (Serving 2) 

5 baby potatoes, (peeled)

50 gm fresh green peas,

200 gm fresh cauliflower, (cut into fine pieces)

3 tsp olive oil,

2 red chillies,

1 small onion, (finely chopped)

2 tsp ginger garlic paste,

1 tsp zeera, (cumin)

½ tsp green cardamom powder,

½ tsp haldi or turmeric powder,

Salt, (to taste)

1 tsp garam masala or aromatic blend of spices,

1 tablespoon butter


Take boiled salted water in a pan and put peeled potatoes, & cauliflower for 5 mins before the main preparation.

Take 3 tsp of olive oil in the pan, fry chopped onions for a minute on medium heat. When onions turn into reddish, add red chillies, garlic ginger paste, and cumin. Mix well. Put potatoes, & cauliflower, fry on medium heat till golden brown. Add turmeric powder, green cardamom powder, salt, and garam masala. Add green peas. Garnish with butter and mix it well. Boil for 2 minutes and serve happy meals.

Its 15-20 minutes easy preparation and very tasty vegetable dish specially for vegetarians. Please send me your feedback.

with love



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28 responses »

  1. Good recipe. Try spring onions, next time. Garnish with little fresh coriander.

  2. Premjit says:

    Excellent . Yummy-licious..

  3. soumyav says:

    it is the all time favourite of everyone at my place..so when nthng’s around,this is loved.

  4. Ganesh Raam says:

    Love this… Potatoes are my all time favorite… Will try this over the weekend! :)

  5. Sandee says:

    This looks so good I could almost taste it!

  6. willowdot21 says:

    That looks so tasty Vikram I am going to try to cook it !!

  7. Jueseppi B. says:

    Reblogged this on The ObamaCrat.Com™ and commented:
    This sounds so YummY that I am tempted to jog out to the market to assemble the ingredients right now. Thank you Mr. Vikram Roy. I wish you & your family a wonderfully joyous Kwanzaa, Christmas & Hanukkah & a healthy, happy & prosperous New Year

  8. colltales says:

    Thank you so much for this, Vikram. Can’t wait to try it. All the best. Wesley

  9. Reblogged this on cadesertvoice and commented:
    I will definitely try this recipe as soon as I get to the store and buy several ingredients. Just looking at the items listed, I know this will be delicious. Many thanks, Vikram!

  10. The Urban Nomad says:

    Looks interesting. :)

  11. pasupatidasi says:

    have to get some ingredients…but sounds yummie

  12. swabby429 says:

    I would eat plenty of this.

  13. Noopur says:

    That’s great vikram …but I am very bad at cooking… :(

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