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For the past few years, I lived with friends who hated cauliflower. Now, in my own kitchen, I am realizing how much I missed it---at least in a presentation like this. I'm eating it as I write--can't wait--even my slightly wimpy version (reduced heat) is magnificent. Just the right amount of olive oil, of spring onions (which I lucked into at our rather meager farmers' market today) and garlic. And the cilantro is SO perfect with the hint of heat. Thank you, CG. I am truly grateful.
Great recipe! This was easy to make and the right amount of heat for the kids and myself. I used my Cuisinart Turbo Convection Steamer to steam the cauliflower. I wish I would have sauteed the next three veggies before adding the cauliflour, as it was harder to stir around. I made this for the NAME Tag Game 2006
Nice dish to have along with pita bread. I tweaked this recipe by using harissa,lemon, garlic instead of scallions. Thanks for the recipe.
Yummy! This was an awesome dish! I too sprinkled a tiny bit of cayenne before serving, as I had no middle eastern peppers. We really enjoyed the spicy, garlicky flavour. Thanks for posting!
Wow, what flavor! The garlic, peppers, cilantro and scallions combined to make such fresh and peppy flavor to the ordinary cauliflower. I just sprinkled on a very small amount of cayenne before serving, instead of the middle eastern red peppers. DH and I both loved this one.
I usually roast my cauliflower but enjoyed it steamed and mixed with the scallions and spices. Thanks!
This is one of out favorite califlower recipe!
This came out tender but not to soft and really teasty.
Thanks a lot for this recipe. Will be a keeper.
Easy to prepare... I was being lazy so I used garlic powder instead of fresh garlic. I substituted onions for the scallions & harissa for the pepper & chili. I also added about a tablespoon of lemon juice to the mix. I made this for my husband & he rated it 4 stars. I asked for a description to put on the review & the only comment I could get out of him was "spicy & it has a good taste". :P