Crunchy, white, and packed with vitamin C, we love cauliflower for its potential cancer-fighting properties and–of course–its taste. When roasted, it’s great for tossing into bowls, curries, and soups. Serve raw with dip or add to a salad. It’s also diverse enough to be included as a creamy addition to alfredo sauce, the base of a pizza crust, and can even be made into bite-size tots or “biscuits.” Here’s a few recipes to start you off cooking with the ever versatile vegetable.
Baked Italian-Style Cauliflower
If you think eggplant is the only veggie that shines in Italian dishes, you may change your mind after you try this dish. Cauliflower gets tender in marinara sauce and blends into this Italian dish like a charm. An interesting array of ingredients come together in a magnificent way under a baked topping of crispy bread and pecorino Romano cheese.