This is my version of Smitten Kitchen’s Crispy Cabbage and Cauliflower Salad recipe. I used napa cabbage instead of savoy, I squeezed more veggies onto the sheet pan (including onions in the mix), and I slightly adjusted the dressing amounts/ingredients. I also added cashews in at the end, which really rounds out the dish with a flavor and texture that I love.
It’s not quite shrimp n grits, but the tangy shrimp pairs with the creamy cauliflower in a similar, delicious fashion.
This incredibly flavorful soup is vegan and gluten-free depending on your stock and garnish choices.
I took the same basic method as my fave curry roasted cauliflower recipe and twisted the flavor profile with slightly different ingredients.
Cauliflower and leeks are two of my fave vegetables. Make em creamy with some additional flavors and I’m happy.
Creamy, cheesy, flavorful & satisfying. This is my new go-to recipe for chicken casserole. No stuffing mixes or condensed cream soups here, no wanna-be cheese either.
This flavorful stew was a great way to finish off the cold and snowy day. Rich, warm, Indian flavors come together with lots of nutrient-packed veggies for a dish that’s both tasty and healthy.
There really is no substitute for pizza, but this cauliflower version is pretty tasty.
The stand-out element here is the dressing that you make for the vegetables. It’s a little salty and a little sweet, and it’s made almost buttery, in a way, with the addition of cilantro at the end.
A fantastic flavor profile with lots of textures.