This is one of the best recipes I’ve added to my repertoire in 2012. Enjoy the video tutorial. It’s easier to put together than you think. Enjoy!
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One way to remedy that food belly you’re carrying into the new year is to start making soups. By keeping the soup as clean as possible – no milk, cream, butter or other heavy add-ins – you get your body back on track, but by using the comfort of creamy cauliflower as well as nut [...]
I doubt you have leftover mashed potatoes left from Thanksgiving, but isn’t it sad that most of us don’t really have mashed potatoes regularly? In my experience, it’s a comfort dish that I’d see at family gatherings or holiday dinners, not an everyday side dish unless, that is, it’s the packaged grocery store variety that [...]
Sushi doesn’t have to be a a carb-fest or mercury-mayhem! Keep the veggies simple and textured and use rice made from cauliflower. This is a quick, no-frills recipe to getting the sushi fix, but with abandon – no counting rolls here!
Vegetable casseroles are where it’s at. Because the dish is a casserole, you feel a bit indulgent, which takes care of all those cravings for comfort, while not sidetracking your healthy lifestyle. This recipe calls for cauliflower and red pepper, but I’ve used many different vegetables – mostly root vegetables – in their place, such [...]
This vegan cheese party dip will attract taste buds young and old at the next party, and it’s vegan! Normal butter works well – that’s how I usually make it – but vegan butter fits the bill just fabulously. Served warm or cold, the cauliflower dip is packed with flavor despite the few ingredients. Dig [...]
Hello my friends! I’m here with another recipe contribution to Greatist.com. This innovative pizza takes the flour out of the mix, leaving behind a lighter and easier-to-digest alternative without compromising taste. I’ve been seeing cauliflower pizza crusts pop up all over the food blog world, so I figured I’d try my hand at it while [...]
This recipe blew me out of the water. It seems too simple to taste this good. For this dish, I sear a slice down the core of a cauliflower head, using the rest of the cauliflower for a simple puree that packs a punch. The puree is cream and flour-free! Serving the steak and puree [...]
These were impromptu and random but something I’m definitely going to make again. Stacked on roasted eggplant were tomatoes, cauliflower rice, green olives, and lettuce leaves, which were drizzled with balsamic vinegar, olive oil and salt and pepper. The flavors went together really well and the boats were fun to eat.
Okay, this kitchen experiment surpassed my expectations. It tastes and smells like pizza, only there is no bread or cheese. Bound together by egg whites and yogurt, these pizza bites’ cauliflower base makes for the perfect crust. Cooked cauliflower already has a cheesy aroma and taste to it. Paired with dried oregano, fresh basil, and [...]