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Cauliflower #7038327
01/14/18 11:41 PM
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I've never bought it at the store. It's easy to grow in the winter. The only way I know to cook it is to steam it. Here you go.



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I had it seasoned battered and fried at a restaurant. Was really good.

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You can steam it until it's soft, then mash it like potatoes. Add butter, salt & pepper.

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Or you can grill it.


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Top it with melted cheese

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Grill and top it with cheese. Nothing wrong with that plate though Bill food

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Originally Posted By: Walkabout
I had it seasoned battered and fried at a restaurant. Was really good.


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You can batter it and fry it or bake it and put buffalo wing sauce on it.

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You know what's the difference between cauliflower & snot?

Kids will eat snot. sick


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Roasting is another option.


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Originally Posted By: QuitShootinYoungBucks
Roasting is another option.


I've wanted to try that.


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We roast it on a cookie sheet. Olive oil, salt & pepper, and cut up some garlic to spread around it. Cook it at 400 about 15 mins or until it's browned a little.


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Never tried roasted, but love it steamed. I need to pick up some and try that roasting thing, looks good!

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Love cauliflower but don't really like it steamed. Roasted is ok, boiled is meh, my favorite is raw. I could sit down with a bottle of ranch dressing and eat a whole head of cauliflower. Same with broccoli. I was looking at fried cauliflower the other day, looked interesting.

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I love cauliflower... my wife on the other hand hates that I love it, as it tends to make a green pungent fog follow me around grin

My favorite is probably raw with ranch, second is a side my MIL makes with it sort of like loaded mashed potatoes but with boiled cauliflower in place of the potatoes, its really good.


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Originally Posted By: Fat Tire
You can steam it until it's soft, then mash it like potatoes. Add butter, salt & pepper.
We add mushrooms and Greek cream cheese clap


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Originally Posted By: Stratgolfer
We roast it on a cookie sheet. Olive oil, salt & pepper, and cut up some garlic to spread around it. Cook it at 400 about 15 mins or until it's browned a little.
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Originally Posted By: CitySlickerHunter
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We roast it on a cookie sheet. Olive oil, salt & pepper, and cut up some garlic to spread around it. Cook it at 400 about 15 mins or until it's browned a little.
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THIS.

That's the exact recipe I use as well. Cut it into pieces and into a large bowl to toss with the olive oil and spices. Then onto the cookie sheet. Entire family gobbles it up. Follow this recipe and you won't cook it any other way. The roasted garlic slivers are an added bonus.

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If I can convince the better 1/2 I want to try the baking method.


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I like it raw,roasted, or in a salad.

Cauliflower - broccoli salad is awesome.
2 cups cauliflower florets
2 cups broccoli florets
1/2 cup green olives
1/2 cup cubed cheese
1/4 cup bell pepper
1/2 cup cherry tomatoes
1 cup mayo

Throw all in a bowl and mix together.
Refrigerate overnight.

I usually donít measure, just throw together.
I usually add more cheese, olives,and tomatoes.

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My wife made a fake potato salad using cauliflower and it turned out surprisingly good. Even my kids liked it

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