March 7, 2014

Cauliflower, The Other White Meat

At Pancake recently, we were all talking about meal planning, recipes, etc. & we kind of agreed that cauliflower is the new 'it' vegetable.  Sayonara, Brussels sprouts.  Over the weekend, I was reading the March issue of Food & Wine & saw their salad of the month is roasted cauliflower salad with lentils and dates.  So I decided to do a cauliflower recipe round up.

First up, the aforementioned salad of the month.  The picture in the magazine looks delicious, but the two people who have made it & left comments online don't have very nice things to say....  So proceed with caution.

Next up, a recipe for miso roasted cauliflower from my favorite food blogger, Crepes of Wrath.  I haven't made this yet, but I've bookmarked it.  Note from reader comments:  adjust the miso per your tolerance for it.

This is a recipe I've pinned, but not tried yet, though I really want to.  I love a mashed potato & am curious if I would like mashed cauliflower.  Anxious to try this olive oil, garlic & romano cheese mashed cauliflower.

This is probably a terrible idea, but I can't help it, I love buffalo themed recipes.  It's the Smyrna in me.  To try:  cauliflower buffalo bites.

Now this guy is one of my most trusted food bloggers.  Everything I've made from his site is legit (ahem, hot corn dip).  This roasted cauliflower & mushroom quinoa salad in balsamic vinaigrette looks delicious!

Oh heyyyy, baked buffalo cauliflower dip.  I'd eat you at a party.

Last one.  This one looks a little labor intensive, or maybe just time, but I'm still into it:  roasted cauliflower with red chile, cilantro & lime.

Bon appetit!


Delaney Mae said...

These are my two fave cauliflower recipes:

Roasted with golden raisins and savory/salty breadcrumbs... seems fussy but really a simple prep and knock-your-socks-off-better-than-restaurant good:

This one makes your house smell amazing and makes a ton. Awesome leftovers:

The Blonde Mule said...

Delaney - yes!!! I just forwarded these to Mary Katherine. She & Marshall are deep into the cauliflower recipes right now. Thanks!


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