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    Cauliflower Cravings

    Things have changed since I grew up as a child hating boiled, soggy cauliflower. Try these recipes for a new taste sensation!

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    HeHe....I had to post this recipe just because the name was so amazing...plus it sounds pretty good! I think it means Cauliflower Rye Casserole. It is from Sundays at Moosewood.

    Recipe #134759

    Cinnamon is one of the intriguing and delightful ingredients in this Greek dish.

    Recipe #142935

    Recipe #69071

    Use fresh cauliflower only for this, these are delicious served with sour cream!

    Recipe #176616

    This is an absolutely amazing cauliflower side dish! It can really pass for a main dish, it's very filling. No need to pre cook the cauliflower.

    Recipe #138832

    10 Reviews |  By Marie

    Roasting the cauliflower first with olive oil, salt and pepper, then topping it with a wonderful gruyere cheese sauce gives this side dish wonderful flavor. Delicious!

    Recipe #74968

    Lovely Mediterranean flavors in this deliciously different cafe-style pasta dish. The sweet, nutty-flavored cauliflower teams beautifully with olives and capers, and the chili and lemon juice add a little zip. Don't be put off by the anchovies, which are often that secret ingredient you just can't put your finger on. They add a 'certain something' to the flavor, but are neither recognizable visually nor by the taste buds. Adapted from the Australian food magazine, 'Delicious'.

    Recipe #105191

    107 Reviews |  By Marie

    Yummy and different way to prepare cauliflower. A must try! Number of servings is a guess.

    Recipe #59965

    This recipe is for people who thinks they don't like cauliflower & people who LOVE it. This recipe comes from the same paper that I got the recipe for "Brussel Sprouts Love Them or Leave Them" #110372. I hope that people who thinks they don't like cauliflower will enjoy this recipe.

    Recipe #115731

    Low carb and tasty

    Recipe #102451

    This is a "Saatvik food" recipe that is very very tasty. Did you know that according to Ayurveda, the type of food one eats has an effect on one's thoughts, actions and health. According to this ancient science of life and longevity, food can be categorised into 3 categories: Raajsik, Taamsik and Saatvik. Raajsik food refers to all sour, spicy and hot food. Taamsik food refers to stale food, leftovers, meat and alcohol. Saatvik food is vegetarian food which is neither too spicy nor too hot. Eating Raajsik and Taamsik food is said to promote lust, anger, greed, arrogance and jealousy. Saatvik food tends to keep the mind in control and helps us to concentrate when meditating. It keeps the body healthy and disease-free to a great extent! What's more, a Saatvik diet helps you to lose weight more quickly because you eat healthy without any extra cals! So, what are you waiting for? Step into your kitchen and make this easy dish now!

    Recipe #66364

    This decorative dish can be prepared in advance. Bake for a few minutes when ready to serve.

    Recipe #48037

    13 Reviews |  By GinnyP

    I haven't tried this, but it looks like it has real potential! :)

    Recipe #44300


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