This is really “twice-baked cauliflower” – like in twice baked potatoes with all the goodies. This is a healthier version of a summer favorite. You can substitute lower fat cheeses and even the sour cream without affecting the taste. If you want to use turkey bacon you will not get the fat needed to roast … Continue reading
Cauliflower is a favorite veggie and complemented with dill makes for a delicious side dish. Add some red onion and a good baking apple and your ordinary side dish becomes something special. This recipe comes from Chef Jerry Traunfeld of the Herbfarm Restaurant, located in the heart of wine country in Woodinville, Washington where he was … Continue reading
I recently received Ina Garten’s latest cookbook, “Cooking for Jeffrey”. I mean how sweet is this to publish recipes she cooks for Jeffrey and their friends. Now why didn’t I think of that – “Cooking for Gene” hmmmm 🙂 This is Ina’s 10th cookbook and yes I have the other 9. She is a New York … Continue reading
Cauliflower is a favorite vegetable and when I read “roasted” and “stir-fry” I knew this would be a great recipe. I have adapted this from: http://thewoksoflife.com/2014/05/easy-roasted-cauliflower-stir-fry/ I am sharing this recipe with Angie, Antonia and Sandhya over at Fiesta Friday #139. Can you see the steam flowing out of the cauliflower dish in two of … Continue reading
Cauliflower recipes seem to be very popular, whether you roast them, add them to salads, just snack on them or even turn them into rice. I made cauliflower rice not too long ago that was delicious with a blood-orange shrimp stir fry. For some time I have noticed recipes about making pizza crust out of cauliflower. … Continue reading
I know, another cauliflower rice recipe, but it is something I have been wanting to make as a substitute for all of the basmati rice I eat – I love my stir-fries. I also love cauliflower cooked many different ways and was willing to try this version of “rice”. Of course cauliflower is lower in … Continue reading
Just by reading the name of this recipe you suspect it might be good for you. I know I go from 12 tbsp. of butter in New Orleans Barbecue Shrimp to this healthy version of mac and cheese but I do believe in diversity, trying everything and keeping things in moderation. Way back when Fae … Continue reading
I like this recipe because it is served whole with a lemon butter sauce poured over it. Very easy and in less than 15 minutes you have a great side dish. Be sure to get a cauliflower head that looks nice and white. This recipe comes from a neighbor, back in my condo days. Comment: … Continue reading
This is a great sauce to serve over any vegetable or fish. As an example see my recipe Steamed Cauliflower with Lemon Butter Sauce. If you would like a sweet lemon sauce see my post Lemon Sauce for Desserts.
This is one of my favorite vegetable combinations to make in the microwave. A great side dish when your oven and stove top are busy – like on Thanksgiving.