Cauliflower Ground Beef Curry Recipe

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This delicious recipe for Cauliflower Ground Beef Curry makes a easy and delicious comfort food meal. Saucy, hearty with a unique mix of aromatic spices (that aren’t hot) this is a beloved dinner recipe for the entire family.

Cauliflower Ground Beef Curry

First of all, I am soo sorry guys, to everyone who tried to access my blog yesterday! There was a major outage with my hosting company, causing all of our (mine and Konrad’s and many other customer’s) sites to be down for over 12 hours.

Super frustrating for everyone involved but all seems to be fixed now. Alright, let’s have food then. After all it’s the best cure for everything, right?

Cauliflower Ground Beef Curry

Especially when it is hearty comfort food like this Ground Beef Cauliflower Curry over steaming white rice. There also are potatoes, carrots, and saucy tomatoes in here, all rounded up with an aromatic curry spice mixture.

The recipe as written out below does not make a spicy-hot curry. As is, it is a great starting point for all preference levels of spicy-ness. If you like a curry that makes you sweat increase the amount of red chili flakes and/or add cayenne pepper to the mix.

Cauliflower Ground Beef Curry

This delicious curry is so chock-full of veggies and bursting with flavor that I can’t help but feel good about eating it. And all the yummy-ness puts me in such a good mood that all *cough* hosting *cough* frustrations (and others) just fade away.


Update April 22:

Hostgator (our hosting company) extended their sincere apologies about the outage and issued a generous refund.

5.0 from 5 reviews
Cauliflower Curry with Ground Beef
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This delicious recipe for Cauliflower Ground Beef Curry makes a easy and delicious comfort food meal. Saucy, hearty with a unique mix of aromatic spices (that aren't hot) this is a beloved dinner recipe for the entire family.
Yield: Makes 6 servings
  1. In a large skillet heat the oil on medium-high heat and add chopped onions. While stirring cook onions until soft, then add chopped garlic until both are lightly browned.
  2. Add ground beef and all spices. Stir often and cook the meat well until nicely browned.
  3. Stir in carrots, potatoes, cauliflower, tomatoes and water and bring to a boil. Turn heat to low and simmer covered for about 25 minutes until the potatoes are soft.
  4. Taste and add more salt, pepper or chili if desired. Spices as listed make for a non-spicy curry. Add some cayenne pepper and/or more chili if you would like to spice this up.


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  1. angela says

    Hi there,Thanks so much for your nice wonderful receipies of vegies. So nice to remind me of taking out
    ham for my patient! You are so comprehinsive! Thanks
    alot also for the others receipies. I am going to try them.

    Good luck to you
    god bless.

    • Regina says

      It is my pleasure coming out with these recipes and I am so happy to hear you enjoy them, Angela 🙂

    • Regina says

      Bummer! This recipe is family favorite of ours. It’s a huge hit time and again. This dish is more like Pakistani Keema than any Indian/Thai curry. Is that maybe the flavor you expected?
      I know that tastes vary for everyone, especially when it comes to spices. Was it the spice mixture that just wasn’t up your alley?

      • Alicia holmes says

        Oh my goodness I love this recipe. I have made it now 4 times and this last time tried the slow cooker. Amazing as I knew it would be. Just brown the beef onions, garlic and spices and throw everything else in. I also this time subbed sweet potatoes for regular. Amazing! Also finish off with a half cup of heavy cream. Also amazing! Thanks for sharing this. It is a family favorite!

        • Regina says

          Oh Alicia, you have no idea how much your comment means to me! Absolutely makes my day. So happy I could pass along our family favorite to yours. And your suggestions sound wonderful. I love getting out the slow cooker this time of year. I’ll definitely try making it in there next time 😀

  2. says

    Just wanted to drop a quick note to say my husband and I made this last night and we couldn’t get enough of it! We made ours a bit spicier and it was perfect for a cool(ish) Wednesday night. We’ll definitely be making this again!

      • Alice says

        I made this tonight & it was absolutely awesome! The only change I made is that I added a chopped jalapeño pepper, some golden raisins & a bit less mild curry power & replaced it with garam masala. I also added some reduced sodium beef broth. My husband loved it so much that he had seconds.

        • Regina says

          Thanks for your wonderful feedback Alice. Your changes sound delicious! Especially like the idea with golden raisins 🙂

    • Regina says

      Thanks for this great review Lynn and for letting us know that frozen cauliflower works too. I totally agree that cutting cauliflower into rosettes can be quite time consuming 🙂

    • Regina says

      I am sorry to hear you didn’t enjoy this curry Yvonne. I am very surprised it turned out dry for you. Did you add the water to the sauce before simmering? Also surprised it was tasteless. There is quite the spice mixture in this recipe. I am wondering if you maybe had a very large head of cauliflower that would absorb all the liquid and dilute the spice flavor?

  3. zahzel rose says

    Making this right now – it has been simmering for over 35 minutes and potatoes are still not soft….
    I added water, etc.
    Let you know how it turn out tho .Thank You!

    • Regina says

      Uh oh. Were your potato dices on the bigger side? Next time I’d recommend adding hot broth (any kind) in order not to dilute the flavor/spices too much.

  4. Cari says

    Wow, just wow!! This dish had so much flavor and not a lot of heat, it was perfect!! The fusion of spices was amazing!! This will be a regular in my dinner rotation for sure!! Great recipe!!

  5. Lindsey says

    I can’t explain how glad I am to have found this recipe. My 4 y/o son has nearly a dozen food sensitivities & it is a nightmare finding suitable meals that the whole family will actually enjoy AND that don’t take forever. This dish was simpler & quicker to make than I expected, & I nearly did a dance when both kids, 2 & 4, not only enjoyed it .. but asked for seconds! My 4 y/o said, “this is delicious” and then, “this is so yummy.” My husband and I felt the same, so needless to say, this will be a staple in our home. Thank you thank you thank you!

    • Regina says

      Wow!! Your comment absolutely makes my day Lindsey! I am so, so happy to hear your whole family is enjoying this curry. Thank you for taking the time to let me know 😀

  6. Cari says

    I made this again tonight and it was just as amazing as I remembered it!! I used the defrosted cauliflower (from frozen) and I did add some Garam Marsala in with the curry powder. Yummiful!!

    • Regina says

      Thank you for commenting again, Cari and leaving a rating 🙂 Thank you, thank you!
      So good to hear that it also turns out from frozen cauliflower. And I’ll have to try it with Garam Marsala. I’ve heard of it many times but somehow not discovered it for myself yet.

  7. William says

    This recipe was wonderful! I added some Sambal Olek (one of the other things the Sriracha company sells) to make it a little hotter, but overall this was great! Thank you so much for taking the time to put great things like this online.

    • Regina says

      I am so happy you enjoyed this recipe William. I remember my mom always adding Sambal Olek to her meal when we were growing up and didn’t like spicy food but she did 😉 now I feel like I need to rediscover it for myself 🙂

  8. says

    Just wanted to drop by and say that I make this recipe once a week now and it’s the best recipe discovery I’ve made in a really long time. Thanks for sharing! Anyone criticizing the recipe clearly just doesn’t know their way around the kitchen 😉

    • Regina says

      Awww…thank you so much for this awesome comment, Justin! I can only agree that this recipe a definite keeper. We can’t get enough of it either 😉

  9. Lili says

    This was so amazing. Thank you for this recipe!!! I didn’t have cauliflower so I left that out and only had red skin potatoes. It turned out amazing!! I used 3 minced garlic, doubled the red pepper flakes and added cayenne as per your recommendation to make it spicier for my husband. This will def be part of out weekly meals.

    • Regina says

      Thanks so much for your comment Lili! I am so happy to hear you enjoyed this recipe and will be making it again 🙂

  10. Danika says

    This was really excellent! I think the key to what makes it good is the blend of spices you’re using. Perfectly balanced. I only made 2 tweaks: I used sweet potatoes instead of regular potatoes, and I roasted the cauliflower for about 30 minutes. I would definitely make this again. Great use of ground beef in a way that isn’t boring. Thanks!

    • Regina says

      Thank you so much Dankia! My family really LOVES this curry and I am so happy to hear you did too. I can only imagine how awesome sweet potato and roasted cauliflower would be in this recipe.

  11. says

    Yesterday I cooked something on my own at random, with these main ingredients:
    “curry/cumin onion, garlic, potatoes, ground beef, cauliflower, & tomato (a bit of chix broth).” It came out TASTY!

    I then googled today to see any similar recipe and your site came up first!
    I will adapt my approach to yours. Cheers! Awesome.


    • Regina says

      That’s awesome! It’s one of my family’s favorite recipes. I just made it again the other day using squash and black beans. Always a winner.

  12. Ben says

    The picture shows it on a bed of rice, yet there’s nothing about rice in your recipe. Is the rice a substitute for the potatoes or cauliflower? I’ll be fine, but it’s a little misleading.

    • Regina says

      Hi Ben, we always eat curry alongside steamed rice. Feel free to enjoy it either way you like, maybe with naan bread?

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