Bring Me Your Head on a Platter! Cauliflower

Bring Me Your Head on a Platter!  Cauliflower created by Lalaloula

OK just the Brain Food here! This is a take off of my Recipe #106251 using a different method to keep it looking like a brain for Halloween. Do take note all microwaves cook differently so take care when roasting not to over do. Oh by the way cauliflower is Brain food! A recent study done by McLean Hospital, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School, suggests that taking a minimum of 500mg of citicoline supplements a day can help boost mental energy and efficacy. Citicoline, a natural substance found in all living cells, can also be ingested via cauliflower—a source of choline, which is converted to citicoline in the brain!

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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Wash cauliflower and remove core and leaves keeping the head intact.
  • Place cauliflower stem side down in a oven/microwavable dish with one cup water and microwave for 10 minutes.
  • Meanwhile mix oil, rosemary, salt, pepper and garlic together, pour over head.
  • Bake in 350 degree oven for 30 minutes. Baste with the water and dripping from pan. If all evaporated add more.
  • Raise to 425 degrees and roast for 30 minutes; or till desired tenderness but keeping the head whole.
  • Optional Cheesy Brains:.
  • Sprinkle head last 10 minutes with cheese.
  • Serve whole with roasted garlic.
  • Now lets get into the brains!
  • For a great presentation place in a plastic skull head.
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"OK just the Brain Food here! This is a take off of my Recipe #106251 using a different method to keep it looking like a brain for Halloween. Do take note all microwaves cook differently so take care when roasting not to over do. Oh by the way cauliflower is Brain food! A recent study done by McLean Hospital, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School, suggests that taking a minimum of 500mg of citicoline supplements a day can help boost mental energy and efficacy. Citicoline, a natural substance found in all living cells, can also be ingested via cauliflower—a source of choline, which is converted to citicoline in the brain!"
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  1. avocados
    This cauliflower is delicious! It was easy to make too. I will continue to use this recipe far into the future.
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  2. Lalaloula
    Bring Me Your Head on a Platter!  Cauliflower Created by Lalaloula
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  3. Lalaloula
    This was sooooooo great! It was easy to prepare and had great taste! The cauliflower was soft on the inside with a crunchy crust and the garlic and rosemary added a superb flavour! I had to use dried rosemary, but still it was very fragrant. Mmmm!<br/>The presentation was stunning and I think the cheesy version would be gruesome for Halloween. :)<br/>THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing this easy, healthy, tasty and special recipe with us, Rita!<br/>Made and reviewed for our VIP during Veggie Swap #29 December 2010.
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  4. Rita1652
    Bring Me Your Head on a Platter!  Cauliflower Created by Rita1652
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    Bring Me Your Head on a Platter!  Cauliflower Created by Rita1652
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