Recipe Directions

Add the cauliflower florets to the food processor and pulse briefly until it has a rice consistency. Set aside.

Add all the ingredients except the tomatoes and half the green pepper to the blender and whizz for a minute or so. Pour this sauce on the cauliflower and mix in.

Chop the tomatoes in half and chop the green pepper in to bite size chunks. Add these to the curry. It doesn’t have to be yellow tomatoes but I find the sweetness of them really adds to the dish.

Enjoy!

  • I actually made the coconut milk myself by blending the water from two coconuts with about a cup of coconut meat (mature coconuts). After I’d blended I had to strain the liquid to get the milk. It’s a lot of faffing around, you might prefer to source raw coconut milk.
  • This was a bag of dried herbs which contained lemon grass, basil, cloves, fennel, coriander and garlic, I don’t think it would make or break the recipe!

Tahiti's Thoughts

By tahiti

Thai green curry was my favourite cooked food and I really wanted to find a raw equivalent. This is my first attempt at a recipe. I think it was quite tasty but maybe a bit too spicy!

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I'm glad you liked it thiskris, I will definitely try it with the fresh thai basil! Thanks for the idea :)

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Wonderful recipe! Although I had to add fresh thai basil. :) I've used parsnips in the past for rice alt... but this cauliflower idea is much drier, and really works well! thanks!

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Thanks Nanamensah, unfortunately I can't get my hands on any young coconuts :(

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I meant YOUNG coconut

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A fast way for raw coconut milk: hack open YOUNH coconut, pour water and scoop meat into the blender. blend. If there are any little woody pieces, strain it. Otherwise, there you are! We make this every day, it seems.

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