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Apart from cauliflower cheese and in a curry, what's good and exciting. My mum has turned up with one from her allotment.
I don't know that I would pair the words cauliflower and exciting, however, cauliflower in a spicy tempura or parmesan batter is pretty yummy.
Sprinkle it with cumin and roast it in a scorching hot oven. So delicious!
I was just going to post that, Scootergrrl! It's lovely done like that (with lots of olive oil on it)
Soup??? My friend once stopped eating potatoes for a few months to lose weight and made cauliflower mash instead.
Separate into smallish pieces, steam until just barely tender. Toss heavily in grated Parmesan and sauté until crisp. Serve over linguini with olive oil and more Parm. Just saw Giada DeLaurentis do it the other day on Everyday Italian and it looked amazing. She did it with equal parts cauliflower and broccoli.
I also opened this ready to post the roasted idea but Scooter beat me to it! It's gorgeous but you do need a lot of oil or it gets dry and burns before it's done.Gordon Ramsey has a tandoori cauli recipe, iirc.
Grate it raw and add it at the end of a stir-fry. It's delicious and you won't need rice.
Cauliflower soup is absolutely gorgeous.
It makes a good curry such as this one
Actually my favorite way to eat it is raw with ranch dip. <drool>
Mustard! Cut into fairly large florets, steam v lightly - keep them crunchy. Then dressing including loads of mustard, pour over while cauli still warm. Delish hot or cold. Originally from lovely cranks recipe book
Anchovies, onion, cheese, and the littlest drop of salt and pepper and either chilli or sultanas, all in olive oil, with rice. Yummy.
Mash......delicious! Make this instead of "real" mash with bangers. Just boil it up until really tender then mash with butter, big dollop of mayo and lots of pepper...... Sounds odd, but it's amazing.
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