Roasted Cauliflower#2/Coliflor Asado#2

Roasted Cauliflower time again!! I swear, eating boiled is not an option again! Try this one with a roast dinner or side dish to something plain, as this one has mouth tingling Sichuan peppercorns, and spices to create a highly interesting dish that you will not believe is cauliflower! It tasted just as good as my roast beef!

INGREDIENTS

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1 Cauliflower, cut into medium sized into florets-If you use frozen, prepare to cook for longer to draw out excess water from the freezing process.

Drizzle of Oil

Spice Mix (1 Teaspoon each of):

Dried Rosemary, Powdered Annatto, Powdered Garlic, Ajwain Seeds, Salt(less than a teaspoon, as too much salt will ruin it! If using a large cauliflower feel free to add upto this amount though.)

 

METHOD

Firstly, cut and soak the cauliflower in salted water, for about 15 minutes, then set to drain. Pre heat the oven, and place the pieces of cauliflower in a baking dish/tray. Sprinkle the spice mix over the top, dividing the cauliflower into two. Repeat the action for the other pieces.

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Place in the oven. Drizzle oil over the vegetable. This should cook for around 30-40 minutes on 200 degrees. Serve with meat, tofu, fish  or as part of a warm salad. Disfrutalo!

 

 

 

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15 thoughts on “Roasted Cauliflower#2/Coliflor Asado#2

    1. Thanks! Cauliflower cheese is another favourite of mine! I might try cauliflower rice again.. And come up with a recipe! I have a couple in the pipeline-just need to type them up!

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    1. Oooh…. That doesn’t sound good! Maybe just roast other vegetables.. No need to make yourself suffer. Is it just Cabbage-Like foods that make you like that or is it other things as well?

      Try some ground fennel/whole fennel, to roast with the cauliflower to help with the bloating!

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    2. I have tried coriander seeds over the cauliflower (or cabbage) whilst steaming. This helps; though, I’m better off not eating it – although I do enjoy the taste… I’ll give the fennel a try… you never know! Thank You for the advice, Miss Dinie.. 🙂

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    1. Be my guest! I used to hate cauliflower unless it was in cheese sauce! I hated it boiled.. Always seemed soggy and stunk the house out real bad. Try the first recipe first.. Its simple and you get to taste the sweetness of the vegetable. Also, for the smell problem, sprinkle any typeof vinegar on it! Helps with the smell! :’

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