10 Cauliflower Recipes to Keep on Hand for Every Type of Craving
Quit boiling your cauliflower and calling it a day. Give this vegetable more attention in your kitchen with some of our favorite recipes; they're easy to make, creative, and best of all, amazingly delicious. Just be sure you're hungry - you'll be going back for second servings of these!
Cauliflower is not one of my husband's favorite vegetables, in fact, he doesn't care for it at all. He eats it (when I load it with butter), but it is certainly not on his favorite list... except when I make it like this. The old saying about the way to a man's heart being through his stomach...
The Top Low-Carb Cauliflower Recipes - Diet Doctor
Cauliflower is, without a doubt, the greatest low-carb vegetable ever. It's extremely versatile, and with only 4-5% of the energy coming from carbohydrates it even fits ketogenic cooking. What makes cauliflower so popular is that it has a similar texture to potatoes, but without all the carbs.
It's just a regular, humble, garden cauliflower, but there's something really exciting about seeing it come out of the oven whole. Think of this as an edible centrepiece to hack away at, cutting chunks off the main stem, throughout your meal.
46 Cauliflower Recipes Even A Veggie-Hater Will Love
Once the vegetable our moms would have to beg us to try ("just a bite!"), today, we can't get enough of cauliflower. It practically defines the word versatile: It's a great stand-in to help make comfort foods healthier, but still tastes delicious on its own.
Roasted Cauliflower with Bacon and Garlic - Steamy Kitchen Recipes
When a recipe calls for bacon, I instinctively double the amount to cook, because in our household, just-cooked bacon sitting on the counter (even those waiting to be incorporated into a yet unfinished dish) is fair game to steal.
Cauliflower is all the rage these days. Not only is it versatile, it's a delicious and nutritious substitute for rice, potatoes -- and even steak! From Cauliflower Fried "Rice" to Curried Cauliflower & Apple Soup, here are five fabulous recipes you need to try. Cauliflower "rice" is a foodie trend that's worthy of the hype.
In this take on a traditional Sephardic Jewish dish, culupidia frita con limon, cauliflower are coated in a flour and egg batter, fried, and then bathed in lemon juice. As a side or a snack, it's crunchy, tender, and brimming with fresh, tangy flavor.
As soon as the world figured out that cauliflower can make a fairly adequate replacement for gluten-laden pizza dough, all hell broke loose. Cauliflower is enjoying a renaissance these days. And pizza isn't the only thing cauliflower can stand in for. Rice, tater tots and even cheese are all getting a veggie-loaded makeover with cauliflower.
Who would've thought that lowly cauliflower, so often hidden under a blanket of cheese sauce, could be elevated to "hot veggie" status? From mashed cauliflower to cauliflower pizza, cauliflower is making a comeback on the menus of family-style restaurants and high-brow eateries alike as an alternative to the higher-carb potato.
Photography Credit: Elise Bauer Cauliflower. Plain, simple, and on its own, rather unimaginative. But roasted? Until the edges get all browned and caramelized? Totally different story. Roasted, cauliflower becomes nutty and buttery, but without any nuts or butter. Roasted, it is the perfect vehicle for garlic, olive oil, lemon and Parmesan.
In Season: Cauliflower season begins in October and extends through April. However, many markets carry it year-round.What to Look For: Look for creamy white, unblemished heads with tight florets and fresh-looking leaves. In season, cauliflower can also be found with bright-orange or purple florets.How to Store: When wrapped tightly in plastic, cauliflower heads can be refrigerated for three to five days.