If you’re looking for a fun and tasty snack that can be served during almost any meal and for any occasion, check out this Crispy Fried Cauliflower Bites recipe. It’s super simple and truly tasty. All you need is a large cauliflower, garlic, eggs, panko breadcrumbs, salt for seasoning, and oil that can withstand high heat.
That short list of groceries can be transformed into a wonderfully crispy treat that will have your family and friends coming back for more and more.
Today’s recipe is Cauliflower Rice and Peas. It’s alarmingly easy to make. Just zap a head of cauliflower in the blender, tip into a pan with hot oil, garlic, peas and scallions, and toss/saute until cooked. That’s It!
Thyme Roasted Cauliflower is that everything dish. It’s a great appetizer, side dish, main course with additional side dishes, for lunch or dinner. Thyme Roasted Cauliflower is totally tasty and a treat to your palate.
Roasted cauliflower blue cheese soup, is a comforting bowl of goodness. It’s rich flavors makes it an ideal first course, a small bowl will open the appetite. Alternatively, a larger bowl on a Saturday afternoon, is also great too.
Purple cauliflower rice is a really cool side dish. It’s a smart alternative to regular rice. One cup of white rice has 5.6 times more carbs than the same amount of cauliflower rice. Cauliflower rice is packed with vitamin C too, and purple cauliflower rice is really pretty!
Replacing regular rice with cauliflower rice is a great idea, especially for those with chronic diseases such as diabetes.
It has a great bite, much lighter than conventional rice and doesn’t leave you conked out on the sofa veering to the food coma zone.
Add coconut curried cauliflower to your Thanksgiving dinner, it will be such a treat, something different on the table for your family and friends, and it will look so beautiful too, everyone will want to taste it.