A really good baked pasta dish, very flavourful and hearty.
A good hearty baked pasta dish, with veggies in it.
Cauliflower Varieties © Paula Trites Cauliflower belongs to the cabbage family. Though its name means “cabbage flower”, it is not just a flowering cabbage. It is formed from natural flowers on the cauliflower plant which have been encouraged over centuries to gather together and create a large mass of what is called “florets” or “curd.”…
A delicious combination that makes cauliflower look and taste interesting.
“Cauliflower cheese” is a savoury English vegetable side dish made from cauliflower that has been lightly boiled or steamed, which is then put in a casserole dish and covered with cheese or a cheese sauce, often sprinkled with bread crumbs, and baked or grilled until the cheese is bubbling, then served hot. Though some rate…
This is a very hearty vegetable side dish that has everything going for it comfort-food wise: a cheese sauce, bacon, and even buttered bread crumbs on top. You can even make this ahead.
This is a creamy purée of cauliflower enriched with cream and butter, and seasoned with nutmeg. It makes for a very nice side splodge on your plate.
A dead-easy way to make bland cauliflower into an asked-for dish.
You can serve this hot, or at room temperature, making it an hour in advance.
This is a quick cauliflower cheese, as the mascarpone takes the place of a white sauce.
You can make this up to a day ahead, and re-heat in oven. If you’re reheating, scatter a bit more grated cheese on top.
The roasted cauliflower adds a depth of flavour and texture to this dish.
With the cauliflower, potato and cheese, this is a hearty, satisfying frittata. You can serve this hot, warm or room temperature.
Purple Cauliflower is a new vegetable. In the late 1980s, it was noticed that some cauliflowers were tending to be purplish in colour, and an agricultural research team in Denmark managed to deepen its purpleness through selective breeding. The purple, however, usually disappears when cooked, and leaves just a green colour behind. Steaming it helps…
Romanesco Cauliflower © Denzil Green Romanesco Cauliflower is best defined by describing how it is not like regular cauliflower. Like cauliflower, the heads are large and tightly-formed, but the heads are a pale lime green that seem to spiral upwards with pointed cones forming the spirals. It almost resembles at times a formation of sea…