Why You Shouldn’t Throw Away Cauliflower LeavesSkills
Last weekend, I found proof that the best things in life really do come for free. And when I say “things,” I’m talking about cauliflower leaves. Bags and bags of cauliflower leaves, which usually get tossed away or given (to people like me) at no extra cost (usually for the compost). But secretly, they also have a place in your fridge and kitchen.
This Simple Trick Makes Tossing Cauliflower with Pasta a True BreezeSkills
And you'll get the best "crumbs," too!
For Perfectly Seasoned Cauliflower, Brine It WholeSkills
Take a page out of your Thanksgiving playbook and give cauliflower the turkey treatment with a simple brine.
Five Ways to Eat: CauliflowerSkills
Cauliflower is a love-hate vegetable for many people. They hate its cabbage-y taste and strange curdlike texture, or they love it in its many forms. We are among the latter, and we think there are so many ways to enjoy cauliflower that if you don’t like it yet, you just haven’t had it properly done. Here are five ways to convert cauliflower haters. Cauliflower tossed with fennel and white beans for a tangy, delicious winter salad.
Yes, You Can Freeze Cauliflower RiceSkills
I’m a new convert to cauliflower rice — the-starch-that-is-really-a-vegetable. In my mind it’s not a poor substitute for couscous or rice; it is its own thing, and a really satisfying and healthy base for pasta sauces and stir-fries. So imagine my delight when I realized you can freeze cauliflower rice. It means that making a batch of this good stuff can be even easier than opening a box of pasta.
My Cauliflower Pizza Crust Was Awful. Did I Do Something Wrong?Skills
Q: I have quickly come to rely on Kitchn recipes for their consistently good results. So I’m curious to know your thoughts on low-carb pizzas with a crust made primarily from cauliflower. The recipe I recently made called for putting the cauliflower through the food processor and then making it into a “crust” by cooking it, squeezing out the excess water, and combining it with Parmesan, egg, and herbs.
Recipe: Savory Hazelnut and Cauliflower Nut Loaf with Mushroom SauceSkills
The vegetarian nut loaf gets dressed up for Thanksgiving.
This Vegetable Is the Secret to a Lighter Cheese SauceSkills
When it comes to eating in a way that makes me feel healthy, I’m a strong believer in balance. My heart beats just as strong for vegetables as it does for cheese and chocolate. My secret to having the best of both worlds? Taking the comfort foods I love most and finding a way to give them a lighter twist. And that’s just how I discovered using one of my favorite finds from the produce section to lighten up my favorite cheese sauce.
Mistakes to Avoid When Substituting Cauliflower for Rice in Any DishSkills
If you’re about to make the swap of cauliflower rice for real rice for the first time, I want to be honest about one thing: riced cauliflower is not going to fool you as a stand-in for grains of actual rice. (Just like cauliflower pizza crust isn’t going to fool you into thinking you’re eating pizza.) It is most definitely a vegetable.
Apr 26, 2017
Cauliflower Hummus Is the Dip You Need in Your LifeSkills
We all love cauliflower at this point, don’t we? It has certainly come a long way. We’ve tried it as rice, couscous, pizza crust, and cake. We regularly blend it into a mashed potato substitute and roast it until it becomes nutty and sweet — no longer over-steamed and scarred with an overwhelming cabbagey taste. We are eating it tossed with grains, featuring it in salads, and treating it like a steak.
Jun 2, 2015
What’s the Deal with Orange and Purple Cauliflower?Skills
While it’s easy to get caught up with winter squash at the farmers market right now, keep moving along. There are even more exciting things happening. Like orange and purple cauliflower! Here’s what you should know about these vibrant vegetables! Colored cauliflower started popping up at farmers markets about ten years ago, and it’s become increasing popular and more widely available in the last few years. No, they’re not painted or dyed!
Nov 5, 2014