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Megan says ...
Thank you, thank you, thank you! I have been searching for a cauliflower recipe that my boyfriend will eat! I have always loved Cauliflower and my boyfriend refuses to eat it! Now that we have switched over to a vegetarian diet, I look forward to making some of these recipes, especially the Spicy Cheddar-Jack Dip-YUM!
10/13/2011 12:14:10 PM CDT
sue says ...
Tangy tomato and cauliflower soup. This is dead easy! I used 2 tins of tomatoes, 2 onions, about half a dozen decent sized cauliflower florets (I used frozen), garlic powder, dried mixed herbs, lemon juice lime juice, a teaspoon of vegetable oil, sea salt and aromatic pepper from grinders. place the cauliflower in a microwavable bowl and microwave until it is soft. I needed 8mins. Roughly chop or slice the onions. Put lemon and lime juices into a large saucepan with the garlic herbs salt and pepper and warm on a medium heat. Add the onions and mix together until they are soft but not stodgy. Add the tomatoes and stir together. You may need to reduce the heat. Next use a blender to mash the cauliflower I added some butter to it for a creamier texture. Add this to the saucepan and stir together. Now you can do your taste test. I added a bit more lime juice to it for a more zingy taste but you can add anything you like. I've never done anything like this with cauliflower before but I can assure you that after eating a bowl of it for my tea it was delicious. I had to let you know about my success thanks to your site! It made enough for four generous portions, or it would stretch to make six smaller starter sized portions if you are entertaining friends with a meal.
04/13/2013 12:08:30 PM CDT
Dr. M says ...
Having diabetes, I can't have mashed potatoes, so I make garlic-cheese mashed cauliflower. Cook some cloves of garlic with the cauliflower, and when you are mashing them, add whatever shredded cheese you like. Delicious! Fools people all the time. They think they are eating garlic-cheese mashed potatoes.
04/27/2013 9:55:38 PM CDT
Lorenzo Swanson says ...
We should try some of these methods of cooking Cauliflower at home. Especially roasted with garlic, parsley, and Parmesan cheese. Hubby Loves Lisa!
06/11/2013 4:15:35 PM CDT
Clement says ...
All look very good can't wait to try
07/11/2014 12:59:13 PM CDT
Carolyn says ...
I wanted to pin this. Where is your pin button.
09/30/2014 5:10:24 PM CDT
Nikki - Community Moderator says ...
@CAROLYN - We feature a Pin It button on each of our recipe pages for easy access. I will pass along the suggestion to feature it on our blog pages but in the meantime, you can download a Pin It widget for your browser that will allow you to pin any page from any site!
10/01/2014 4:55:45 PM CDT
Diane Phillips says ...
This looks like we will love these recipes! Thanks for sharing.
12/26/2014 3:37:49 PM CST
sonya says ...
Dice onions, celery, bell pepper. Add cauliflower florets,; whip in beat eggs. Use hot skillet,spray pam cooking oil,scoop in veggie mixture, cook, awesome veggie patties, delish.
12/30/2014 12:18:15 PM CST
Texas2Step says ...
A friend from France taught me this simple, delicious recipe: Peel and cube three large potatoes, clean and cut up one head of cauliflower. Cover all with water in a large pot, bring to a boil and then turn down and simmer, stirring occasionally, cooking until soft. Drain, add 4 tbs of butter and a half cup of milk, mash and stirt until smooth. While the mash is still hot, add two cups of shredded swish cheese and stir in until melted. Serve warm as a side dish.
12/31/2014 11:51:15 AM CST
PStroud says ...
I use diced Cauliflower in taco, chili, and spaghetti in place of hamburger meat. It's wonderful and greatly decreases fat and calories. Try it.
01/01/2015 9:05:14 AM CST
Victoria Hall says ...
There is a restaurant in pine Colorado that serves fried caulitflower for an appetizer its out of this world
01/02/2015 10:23:10 AM CST
Kim says ...
This site has several awesome and unusual cauliflower recipes, including 2 types of cauliflower "rice," cauliflower pizza crust (dairy-free), and even cauliflower brownies! I've tried all these recipes and they are great. http://guesswhoscooking.com/tag/cauliflower/
01/02/2015 10:42:33 AM CST
Trudy says ...
Steam cauliflower head or florets. Meanwhile melt half cup butter till brown, add sliced almonds to butter. Pour brown butter mix over cauliflower for a great nutty flavor.
01/02/2015 2:13:34 PM CST
Diane King says ...
caluliflower
01/03/2015 7:43:14 AM CST
Caprice says ...
These are great ideas. I have tried to keep my families daily diets from being boring, introducing them to many different foods in a variety of ways for over 16years. I'm proud to say, my boys are not picky eaters because of it. Yet, I never ever thought of cauliflower in these ways. Thank you so much.
01/04/2015 10:42:35 AM CST
Tina says ...
Great ideas ... sharing now with my followers @cheftini
01/05/2015 8:39:44 AM CST
Paula says ...
I make a delicious Cauliflower Soup. Simply sauté chopped onions and celery in butter till translucent. Add one large container of chicken broth and cauliflower broken into florets. Simmer until cooked and add salt, pepper and dill to taste. I use a potato masher to crush the cauliflower and add a dash of evaporated milk to give a creamy texture. Delicious!
01/05/2015 10:13:04 AM CST
Marge says ...
Why provide a recipe and then not let me print it? I don't want to save it, I want to print it for a try out.
01/10/2015 10:16:57 AM CST
Nikki - Community Moderator says ...
@MARGE - You should be able to print from the File option of your browser, or you can cut and paste in to a word document for easy printing.
01/12/2015 4:40:57 PM CST
Laurie Struble says ...
They ALL sound good!
01/15/2015 9:13:48 AM CST
dorothy berton says ...
this one my family has loved for years. Bread the cauliflower with your choice of breading, try to make the florets some what similar in size. I use peanut oil to fry them, but again, your choice of oils is fine. Fry until crispy, drain and serve, It works well with oven fried chicken and a fresh salad with a balsemac vinegar dressing. Magically, it is gone.
01/16/2015 10:11:03 AM CST
cookaholic13 says ...
good ideas to try
01/16/2015 10:25:39 AM CST
Muffy says ...
they all look good...one thing, though - the curried soup uses almond milk and I am allergic to tree nuts; will have to substitute
01/17/2015 3:26:03 PM CST
tiiu simms says ...
this is wonderful
01/18/2015 9:57:51 AM CST

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