10 New Ways to Prepare Cauliflower

Make cauliflower the star of your next meal with these unique recipe ideas.

10 New Ways to Prepare Cauliflower

If you’ve only had cauliflower as a bland, colorless side dish, get ready for a revelation. This cruciferous vegetable is surprisingly versatile — and colorful, too. Available in classic white, “cheddar” orange, green, and even purple, cauliflower is a low-calorie and nutritious addition to any meal. Like its cabbage cousin, cauliflower is high in vitamin C, low in sodium, and delicious raw or cooked. Try these 10 distinctive recipes and preparations, for a new and improved version of cauliflower.


Roast It

This roasted cauliflower salad uses spices, herbs, and citrus juice to boost cauliflower’s mild flavor. Roasting cauliflower gives the veggie a caramelized sweetness and adding garlic powder, kosher salt, parsley leaves, and fresh lemon juice enlivens this simple dish even more. It’s a crunchy accompaniment to any protein dish and ideal for lunch or dinner.

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