As is the usual way with cauliflowers, they arrive within a few days of each other and they aren’t good at waiting.
I find boiled cauliflower the stuff of childhood nightmares; bland at best and worst…well, let’s not go there.
My go-to for the glut is cauliflower cheese, then giving away to neighbours. I’ve done both of those and still had two heads left. I used one to try a new recipe I found on Pinterest – Sweet and Spicy cauliflower Mine looked nothing like the recipe photo. I used hot sauce rather than sriracha, which may have been my fundamental error but at least I’ve a cauliflower left for another batch or maybe I’ll play it safe with more cauliflower cheese.
How do you eat your cauliflower?
Curried, always curried – Aloo gobi, but I also like slicing it right through, cutting it into ‘steaks’ and griddling it – serve with home-made crunchy satay.
It’s not something I grow but will generally eat it, however it’s cooked. xx
Cauliflower cheese is the most popular choice with the rest of the family but it also makes it into curry a lot. It’s also surprisingly good just roasted in a hot oven, no oil, with a bit of garam masala. I’ve also pureed it, alone or with potato, but that might be a waste of a homegrown cauliflower?
Roasted cauliflower steak is next. Thanks