Here's a breakdown of the popular cauliflower fries, crackers, tots, pretzels, pastas and more that are on the market.
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2 tablespoons olive oil 2 leeks, whites only, sliced 1/2 white onion, sliced 4 cloves garlic, smashed 1 large head of cauliflower
This cauliflower purée is creamy and comforting, and just happens to taste remarkably like mashed potatoes. But don't make
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Look no further...This is a delicious side dish to serve with pretty much anything. Replace any recipe that calls for using rice. My husband doesn't even like cauliflower but loves this dish! Not only is it great along side beef, chicken, pork or fish, it's wonderful to serve topped with pasta sauce, chili, a stir-fry and such. Each serving has just 93 calories, 6 grams of fat and 2 Weight Watchers SmartPoints.
Sometimes you just crave Chinese takeout, and good ol' General Tso is no stranger. But when we tried the vegetarian take on the take-out staple from David Burke Fabrick, we knew we had to get the recipe.
A miraculous meatless Monday microwave meal!
OutSpeak's Skinny Mom shows you how to make this simple summer side dish.
Those in the low carb and Paleo world have known this forever, but did you know how versatile cauliflower is? And did you know you can replace potatoes, rice and other starchy foods with cauliflower? Even pizza?
Get ready to make the most fantastic fried rice. Except... without rice. It's made with cauliflower!!! Made this way, not only does the cauliflower taste like rice, this dish has all the fabulous flavors of a classic chicken fried rice!
It's a great low-carb dinner option, too! By Audrey Bruno, SELF Grate the cauliflower. (Or, in a food processor, pulse cauliflower
Who says pizza can't be healthy? By making a simple swap to the crust, you can take a guilty pleasure and turn it into a nutritious meal. Watch and learn how to make this Oz-approved pizza.
Cauliflower's unassuming flavor and color make it a chameleon that can take on the looks and flavors you want it to. And