Cauliflower Provencale

Cauliflower Provencale created by Parsley

A much more flavourful way of preparing cauliflour as an interesting vegetable side dish

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  • Boil or (preferably) steam Cauliflower until barely done- still slightly crunchy.
  • In a separate pan fry finely chopped onion on medium heat for 4 or 5 minutes adding minced or finely chopped Garlic halfway through.
  • When soft but not brown add tomato (do not break up too much)& other ingredients.
  • simmer gently for 3 or 4 minutes.
  • Adjust seasoning.
  • Mix Cauliflower and sauce and serve.
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"A much more flavourful way of preparing cauliflour as an interesting vegetable side dish"

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  1. daisymissbell
    I was cooking dinner with the ingredients I had on hand, and used diced tomatoes in place of plum tomatoes. It turned out just GREAT! We all loved it.
  2. daisymissbell
    I was cooking dinner with the ingredients I had on hand, and used diced tomatoes in place of plum tomatoes. It turned out just GREAT! We all loved it.
  3. Parsley
    Cauliflower Provencale Created by Parsley
  4. Parsley
    A great way to eat cauliflower! A nice break from the cheese or butter sauce. I did use the roux; then I made it as the previous reviewer (papergoddess) made hers....all in one skillet. Works out great. I will prepare this again. Thanx for a new cauliflower recipe; and thanx to papergoddess for recommending it.
  5. papergoddess
    Delightful! What a wonderful way to eat cauliflower. This turns a bland, ho-hum vege into a real treat. I omitted the roux to make it low fat, since I am dieting. I didn't steam the cauliflower seperately. I sauteed the onion and garlic, added cauliflower, tomatoes, and herbs, and just covered and steamed it for about 15 minutes. Note; if you read the ingredients on your bottle of Italian Seasonings, it's probably the same as Herbs de Provence: Rosemary, thyme, oregano, basil, sage, savory.
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