20 Ways to Eat More Cauliflower
That’s just the start — here are 20 ingenious ways to eat more cauliflower.
Looking for a new snack for game day? These Buffalo wing-inspired wraps may be more wholesome than the classic, but they’re no less satisfying thanks to the sprinkle of crunchy celery and tangy blue cheese.
Sure, regular white cauliflower will work just fine for this recipe, but if you can get your hands of the purple variety you’ll be rewarded with one striking appetizer.
Roasted cauliflower tossed with curry powder and lemon juice adds extra bulk to this already-hefty, dinner-worthy chicken, lentil, and vegetable bowl.
You’ll forget all about mashed potatoes once you’ve tasted this low-carb alternative that’s made extra light and creamy, thanks to tangy crème fraîche.
Here raw cauliflower florets are blitzed into tiny, couscous-like pieces to create the base for a vegetable-packed, grain-free salad.
Roast the cauliflower while you wait for the pasta water to boil and by the time the orzo is cooked, the florets will be perfectly golden and caramelized.
Cook up some frozen cauliflower in the microwave, mash it with plenty of minced garlic and tangy sour cream, and you got a crowd-pleasing side dish that took no more than five minutes to make.
Puréed cauliflower already makes this soup creamy, but it’s the coconut milk that gives it that extra-velvety, luscious texture.
Chickpea flour helps keep these fritters together, while also making them gluten-free. Try any leftover fritters stuffed into pita for a sandwich, or topped with a fried egg for breakfast.
10. Cauliflower Cake
Serve thick slices of this savory cake — spiced with turmeric and full of grated Parmesan — alongside a simple green salad and you’ve got dinner.
Toss a can of drained chickpeas on the sheet pan while you’re roasting the cauliflower steaks to give this wholesome dinner a protein boost.
This quirky breakfast casserole is a fun way to use frozen tater tots. It’s cheesy and rich, while the roasted cauliflower and mushrooms make it feel and taste wholesome.
This Chinese stir-fry makes a great vegetarian main dish, thanks to the meaty cauliflower. Serve it over cooked rice and you’ve got a spicy and satisfying dinner.
Fire-roasted tomatoes lend a great smoky flavor to this pasta dish that’s made just a little indulgent with ribbons of prosciutto and a splash of heavy cream.
This surprising recipe calls for cauliflower florets to be braised in milk, which makes them ridiculously tender while the liquid reduces into a creamy sauce.
Don’t skip the breadcrumbs on this pasta — they add just a touch of crunch that makes it feel extra special, even though the dish is ridiculously easy to make.
This deceptive dish might just have you thinking you’re eating regular rice, but in fact the “grains” are nothing but cauliflower florets that have been blitzed in a food processor until crumbly.
Cauliflower rice strikes again in this hearty fried rice dish that’s bulked up with smoky Hawaiian pork.
This simple vegetable and sausage casserole is perfect for a cool evening when you want something satisfying, but don’t want it to weigh you down. Crusty bread is recommended to swipe up any sauce remaining in your bowl.