These are a great alternative to pancakes and make a delicious party platter food or light dinner if you don’t fancy eating meat. Full of fresh vegetables and herbs, they are easy to prepare and are probably the only way I can get our daughter to eat Cauliflower….mind you I wasn’t much different when I was her age. 1 medium cauliflower trimmed into florets … Continue reading Indian Spiced Cauliflower Fritters
I don’t have good memories of cauliflower, and it seems that many Irish mammies did the same as my darling mum did when she cooked it, boiled the livin’ daylights out of it until it almost fell apart and tasted of, well (sorry Mum) hot water. So, this recipe calls for for roasting cauliflower and gives it a delicious crispy sweet flavour transforming it from … Continue reading Roasted Cauliflower with Lemon & Coriander Dipping Sauce
The great thing about cauliflower apart from its nutritional value is the lovely smooth creamy soup it makes, its my second favourite way to have cauliflower after roasting it in the oven. There is no need for dairy in this soup as the coconut milk helps add to the lovely creamy texture. The topping of almonds and fried cauliflower give it a nice crunch too … Continue reading Coconut and Cauliflower Soup
For me roasted cauliflower is probably one of my favourite veggies, I love the taste of it straight out of the oven and could eat plates of it. So when I found a recipe for Cauliflower soup in Red Magazine, I starting thinking about how I could spice it up a bit to add a hit of heat and combine some of it roasted into … Continue reading Quick Cauliflower Soup Moroccan Style
So it’s winter here, the rain is lashing down, there are storm warnings and flood warnings in place. If it was February I would understand, but it’s June….. And by the way we are out of the soccer. If it’s one thing we Irish have in droves, it’s our optimism about our ability to punch above our weight when it comes to soccer. Sadly that … Continue reading A Cauliflower bake for the winter weather..