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  1. shimes0001

    I like this short and sweet recipe post. Your recipe is very much how I normally cook dinner, a little bit of this, some of that, a taste here and some more spices there.

  2. Eric O'Grey

    Hi Amber:

    This is a wonderful recipe, thank you for posting this. I assume that it takes a fraction of the time for you to post recipes with less detail, approximate quantties, and without calculating calories and nutritional information. Also, I think the best cooks use approximate quantities and adapt recipes to what they have on hand or based on preference, so creativiity should be encouraged, and the additional information isn’t needed. I personally prefer recipes in this abbreviated format, and if it takes you less time so you can post more, then we all win. 🙂

    Thank you,

    Eric

  3. wildbluewonder

    I would love more short and sweet recipe posts like this one. I like to play around with recipes, too, so this is a great way to get ideas and inspiration to start from!

    Also, yay, thanks so much for the giveaway opportunity! Can’t wait to check out the book. 🙂

  4. hollyeatsinfrance

    Looks excellent! I’m always looking for curry variations.

  5. fitnessoversixty

    Short and sweet is good for me! If a less experienced cook has troubles I know you are not far away. I hope you are feeling better.

  6. Becky

    I find that I very rarely make the exact same thing twice, so it’s good to go with “approximates”. That way you can be creative and use up what you have in the kitchen rather that go to the store for one or two things. So I short, yes! I like your short-and-sweet posts!

  7. An Unrefined Vegan

    Looks delish, Amber! Love a good (and quick and easy) curry. Your posts are enjoyable any which way you slice ’em.

  8. Noelle (@singerinkitchen)

    YUM! I am all over this. I will have to make it on a night the hubby is not around, unfortunately. more for me! 🙂

  9. elamonster

    I think short and sweet is just great!
    Cauli and chickpea are great together, and garam masala is yummy with both…
    love
    Ela

  10. cheezyk

    Fantastic! Four of my favourite savoury food words in one heading … this will definitely be getting a run at our place 🙂

  11. Trish @ MyBigFatBundt

    Love the short and sweet! It’s nice to read your articles, you are a great writer…but I also enjoy the short and sweet posts as well. I think a mix of both is healthy. And this is very similar to the chickpea and cauli curry that I make!! I’ll have to try it your way with the whole mustard seeds and the coconut oil. Yum!

  12. bitt

    Mmm curry. I am assuming legumes are back now? That opens up a lot more doors for you!

    I am fine with any type blog post. It can get repetitive if it’s only short recipes after awhile, but if it’s all you feel up to, we are lucky to get what we can, right? Hope you are feeling better.

  13. Char Star (@chars_kitchen)

    mmmmmmm looks so good! I love winging it when I’m cooking, too. I will have to give this a try!

  14. Hannah

    Do you know what you and I are going to do? We’re going to buy two whole heads of cauliflower, roast them, and eat them like popcorn while a) watching a movie or b) flicking through your copy of Lolita to talk about the words that grabbed us. xoxo

  15. amber

    Amber, I’m such a huge fan of curry and this dish looks superb. Simple and delicious. Thank you lovely lady. I do hope you have a great weekend!!! It’s beautiful here in Northern Cali. Also…hope you’re feeling well!! Thinking about you…

    Big Hugs,
    -Amber

  16. machisan

    Your blog recipes are delicious

  17. shannonmarie (rawdorable)

    I like your short and sweet posts, even when they are savory like this one. You know I’m a curry fan 🙂

  18. Jenny

    I think short is good to break it up. Honestly, it’s hard for me to read everyone’s daily posts when all of them are long – because I don’t want to miss anything, and I enjoy reading them. So then I get behind and can’t comment. So yes, I like posts with a lot of information from the people whose blogs I read – but short is good, also. And I also sometimes use people’s ideas more than actual recipes. I’m so scatterbrained and not good about going to the store frequently. So more me, I’m more like “oh, cauliflower and curry mixed with beans” – that’s what I’ll have tonight, let’s see how she sort of did it, then do my own thing. I say all of that to say that mere ideas and approximations are helpful in their own right! I feel like I’m making no sense in my comment tonight. 🙂

  19. kay

    this looks really delcious! Im absolutly going to be trying this soon. I do have question if it’t ok to ask?…you mentioned once that you use a certain kind of straw that has nutrients in it. do you mind telling me what kind and where i can get some myself?

  20. Veganwtsn

    I love recipes like this that I can just throw together! It seems less stressful to fudge the amounts a little bit more.

  21. X-ray Technologist (@roentgenatrix)

    OMG, I am DEFINITELY making this for supper tonight. We got a head of cauliflower in our Fresh Food Box yesterday and it won’t fit in our fridge, so I’ve gotta cook it ASAP! 🙂

  22. Kristina

    I made this last night – my very first vegan meal and it was delicious! My meat-loving hubby loved it too!

  23. Asta

    Hi- I found this recipe and since I love both curry and cauliflower I so want to try it. You link to another page with the curry-roasted-cauliflower. This page does not exist any more. Is it just to take any recipe I find via Google or do you know if the linked page simply have moved?