I was craving indian but lacked the ingredients for Zoes wonderful cauliflour Karma so i created this and had it over cauliflour and pine nut “rice” with a sprinkling of peas and half a chopped fresh tomatoe (chop cauliflour and pine nuts in equal portions in mini processor with some salt and a touch of olive oil)

Recipe Directions

everything blended but the raisins and sundried tomatoes, then add these without the soak water and pulse blender until tomatoes are broken up into small pieces…it thickens nicely . i then warmed in the dehydrator for about 1/2 hour while prepareing hubbys food…he kept eyeballing mine over his pizza! teehee

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I was craving indian but lacked the ingredients for Zoes wonderful cauliflour Karma so i created this and had it over cauliflour and pine nut “rice” with a sprinkling of peas and half a chopped fresh tomatoe (chop cauliflour and pine nuts in equal portions in mini processor with some salt and a touch of olive oil)

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This recipe has become one of my standards. It's so fantastic, satisfying and easy. Thank you thank you!!

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okay, i found the garam masala... now i'm all set :)

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what is garam masala and where can i find it?? I keep seeing recipes with it. Could i get it at an asian grocer or a health food store?? Thanks!

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delicious! I love Indian food and this hit the spot. Highly recommended.

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