Tuesday, 27 October 2009

Do you have any good cauliflower recipes?

Just discovered in the veggie patch...

The world's biggest cauliflower. Help!

20 comments:

Emma said...

This will probably barely make a dent, but I really like this cashew/bean/cauliflower curry recipe:

http://www.101cookbooks.com/archives/cashew-curry-recipe.html

Polka Dot Daze said...

Wow - that's huge. I have started putting about 1/2 a cauliflower in my macaroni and cheese - it's delicious!

dillpickle said...

Pip (meet me at mike's) has a yummy recipe for cream of cauliflower soup, and Jamie Oliver has a couple in Cook with Jamie - one for roasted cauliflower and another for whole baked in a tomato & olive sauce which is REALLY yummy!

A Thrifty Mrs said...

I don't have the recipe but we had spiced cauiflower soup to start at our wedding and it was delicious. Yum!

Happydacks said...

Oh wow, that is bigger than your childs head! I love Cauliflower Pakoras, one of many recipes here, more of a deep fried treat though! http://www.iskcon.net.au/kurma/2007/03/07

PottyMouthMama said...

I have a ripper WW cauliflower soup recipe that is delicious. I was a little dubious, but it is sooo yummy (and creamy without actually being cream-y). If you email me I can email it to you!

Ashley said...

cauliflower and stilton soup! yum yum yum. One of my favourite things about england :)

Sunday's Child said...

Hi Allison, I love reading your blog and learning about the "Lark World". I have a yummy recipe for Cauliflower & Bacon Soup just posted on my blog - hope you like it!

art4friends said...

OH!! wow!
I blogged about this cauli recipe from Smitten Kitchen the other day!

http://art4friends.blogspot.com/2009/10/its-like-ten-thousand-spoons.html

I made it on the weekend and had enough for lunch the next day. IT IS FANTASTIC. TRY IT ASAP!!!


xxx

Anna Laura said...

Gareth and I often make a cauliflower puree with our dinner. It is a good substitute for mash potato with a stew if you're trying to keep starchy carbs low. We just boil/steam it and then get the barmix out and wizz it up. We usually add a little dash of milk and some salt and pepper. It is really lovely with grilled meats, casseroles and that sort of thing. And easy!

Meg said...

Hi Alison,
I make a cauliflower risotto that I found in a recent Donna Hay mag. Make up the risotto as normal with onion and butter, plus some chopped sage and parmesan. Roast cauli florets with olive oil, salt pepper more sage and chopped almonds. Serve with cauli mix on top of rice. Delicious!

Liesl (Hoppo Bumpo) said...

What a fabulous cauliflower patch. I'm green with envy!

I have a soup recipe that I love making (and even my kids like it) http://hoppobumpo.blogspot.com/2009/10/stand-back-and-throw-lassie-soup.html. Its very simple: cauliflower, stock, garlic, nutmeg and ricotta cheese.

Megan said...

My mum use to make a delicous cauliflower, white sauce and cheese bake with brocoli as well. I am not sure of the exact receipe but it would be similar to making a pasta bake but add brocoli and cauliflower instead of mince and a white sauce instead of red and top with lots of cheese.

lupinbunny said...

Jamie also has a recipe for broccoli and cauli canneloni. Steam brocco & cauli until very soft, fry some garlic and a little chilli in a pan, add brocco & cauli, then mash the whole lot. Fill canneloni tubes, then pour over passata/ pasta sauce. Bit of mozzarella on top, then bake until the canneloni is cooked. Very yummy, and really very healthy.

Nicole Johnston said...

This is from 774 radio's recipe/food segment...
http://www.abc.net.au/local/recipes/2009/09/10/2681974.htm?site=melbourne

Lovely vege patch.

Kali said...

what a whopper!
i don't make this, but Mum used to cut cauli into golf sized pieces and fry it...it was delicious...i think they were coated in a light batter before frying. very moorish...will have to ring her tonight and ask for the recipe.

Anna said...

That's one huge cauliflower, I don't have a recipe.. but I ate a middle eastern dish of fried cauliflower at Rumi in Brunswick and it was really really good.

Emma said...

Did you check out Hugh Fearnly Whittingstall this afternoon on ABC? His cooks did Cauliflower Pakoras and this amazing looking deep fried crumbed soft cheese..(was it camembert or brie?) with cauliflower sauce..

AnastasiaC said...

i just bake it with a good drizzle of oil oil, lemon juice, chopped fresh tomatoes, salt and pepper add a bit of water if you think it needs it - bake until cauliflower is crunchy and serve with some chicken and a garden salad - delicious!

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Cauliflower prevent colon cancer and contributes significant amounts of iron. It also contains vitamins E and C. I like to eat it at least twice per week and i love the taste. I like cauliflower in salad or another kind of recipes.

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