Cauliflower is finding its way onto more restaurant menus as a meat alternative, as a roasted pizza topping, a flavorful puree or as a soup ingredient.
You don’t need chef skills to make the most of this versatile vegetable. It easily takes on different flavors, textures and looks depending how you prepare it—and there are so many appetizing ways.
Find your favorite simple cauliflower recipes at ReadySetEat. Here are a few you can try this week:
Try this quick vegetable stew made with canned and frozen vegetables, Hunt’s® Fire Roasted Diced Tomatoes, and seasoned with curry powder and cumin. You can also choose to serve this tasty cauliflower recipe over rice or couscous.
A simple baked side dish recipe of frozen cauliflower flavored with Greek yogurt, bacon jerky, sharp Cheddar cheese and green onions.
Want a hearty vegetarian main dish? Cut your fresh cauliflower into steaks, roast them and top them with tomato pesto sauce made with Hunt’s tomatoes.
Apart from being versatile, cauliflower is also good nutritionally. Florets are the most popular part of this cruciferous vegetable, which is a storehouse of vitamins C, B6, the anti-inflammatory vitamin K, folate, fiber, omega-3s and anti-oxidants. Try one of these simple and tasty cauliflower recipes in March before peak season is over.