Roast Cauliflower, Then Put It on a Pizza

Roast Cauliflower, Then Put It on a Pizza

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Lauren Kodiak
Oct 8, 2015
(Image credit: Bev Weidner)

We've talked about cauliflower pizza crust here on The Kitchn, but have you tried topping your pizza with roasted cauliflower florets? If not, you should. This comforting pizza — with roasted cauliflower and mushrooms, fresh herbs, and sliced red onion — gives you the perfect excuse to crank up your oven on a chilly fall day.

You start by roasting cauliflower and sliced mushrooms (on separate baking sheets) with whole garlic cloves and fresh thyme and sage. Once the veggies are sufficiently golden-brown, fish out the garlic cloves and give them a good mash with some olive oil and salt — this is going to be the base of your pizza.

Spread the garlic mash on some rolled-out pizza dough and par-bake for about two minutes. Then top the pizza with the roasted veggies, fresh mozzarella, sliced red onion, and some extra thyme and sage.

This is the type of cozy recipe you'll be making all season long.

Get the Recipe: Roasted Cauliflower and Mushroom Pizza from Bev Cooks

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