This Indian-inspired roasted tandoori cauliflower (tandoori gobi) makes a perfect vegan side dish or healthy, low-carb appetizer. Cauliflower cut into florets or steaks is marinated with Indian spices, garlic, vegan yoghurt and herbs. Oven-baked to perfection, this tandoori cauliflower is golden crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. Serve this smoky and spicy roasted cauliflower with a garlicky yoghurt dip and garnish with fresh coriander and pomegranate seeds for a healthy, gluten-free Indian-inspired bbq side dish. This roasted tandoori cauliflower is healthy and gluten-free yet it's so delicious, flavourful and satisfying. This tandoori gobi is also a low-fat, low-carb, paleo and keto-friendly recipe.
My roasted cauliflower obsession continues… This time it's time to veganise everybody's favourite roasted tandoori chicken. Cauliflower will be a perfect cruelty-free replacement. It will soak up all spices from the marinade if you leave it in the fridge for a good couple of hours. But what really makes this dish is the garlic yoghurt dip of course. Kissing after this dish is not recommended 😉
It's a perfect side dish or starter, and you can also enjoy it as light lunch.
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Vegan Mumbai toastie - when a cheese toastie goes to India to find itself and it decides to go vegan too...
Aloo gobi - easy vegan potato cauliflower curry.
Vegan keema - vegan mince curry - nowadays thanks to so many amazing vegan mince alternatives available, vegans finally get to enjoy a cruelty-free version of this popular Indian dish.