10 Recipes to Fully Enjoy Cauliflower Season!

10 Recipes to Fully Enjoy Cauliflower Season!

I love cauliflower! It is such a versatile food that you can cook it in a thousand and one ways. Toward the end of August, the cauliflower is huge and almost worthless (maybe not in the grocery store, but they are in the Jean-Talon market), so it has become a tradition for me to go buy 2 or 3 and make a large batch of cauliflower cream on autumn. Great to have this in the freezer for troubleshooting and it tastes so good.

In addition to soup, many dishes can be made from this food, especially if you eat little or no meat. Therefore, the cauliflower season is the perfect time to get to know this vegetable better. Below you will find 10 cauliflower recipes!

Cauliflower Wings and Ranch Yogurt Sauce

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Buffalo cauliflower wings are now often served in restaurants. We love their spicy taste, which pairs well with the sauce of your choice. This recipe does not require a lot of ingredients and is easy to prepare. You will find it here.

Chickpea and cauliflower curry

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Curries are comforting, spicy and amazing empty fridges. You can follow a sauce recipe or for inspiration, but you can really use vegetables you have on hand or that are made less pretty. In addition, cauliflower, which is not very tasty in the base, finds its place in such a dish. You will find the recipe here.

Whole breaded cauliflower

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For more even cooking and even more delicious cauliflower, I suggest cutting the cauliflower into steak-thick slices here. Then you can grease them with a mixture of spices and send them to the oven. Very good served with mashed potatoes and maybe even with gravity house. You will find the recipe here.

Fried cauliflower

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Baking is probably best for cauliflower. The lengthy cooking that leaves it a bit crunchy is perfect for softening it up and making it delicious. You can also season it as listed and cook the vegetables in a deep fryer if you have one. In any case, you can find the recipe here.

Cauliflower couscous

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Cauliflower goes well with salads when cut into very small pieces. It takes on the flavor of the environment and will share the spotlight with other seasonal vegetables. This recipe produces a large amount of salad, so it can be a good option for lunch ahead of time. You can find this recipe here.

Cream of cauliflower

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As I said earlier, I love cauliflower cream. It’s quick and easy to prepare and requires very few ingredients. You can make it a vegan version by eliminating dairy, and you can cook it in large quantities. This is a really great dish and you can find the recipe here.

Millet croquettes with cauliflower

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These millet croquettes will appeal to children and parents. You can freeze them for later, have them for lunch or serve as an aperitif with a delicious sauce when you have guests at home. This is a big discovery and you will find the recipe here.

Vegetarian macaroni and cheese

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You can easily make white sauce from cauliflower that you boil and then season. This macaroni and cheese will be ready in 20 minutes and will allow you to eat a little more vegetables, which is great. If you love spices, feel free to add them, even if it’s not listed in this recipe, which you’ll find here.

Pizza with cauliflower crust

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If you’re interested in cauliflower pâté, rest assured, it’s not that hard to make. When everything is ready, we can add all our favorite toppings to create a festive and delicious dish. Pizza nights will never be the same again and you can find this recipe here.

Hot cauliflower and cheese sauce

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Hot sauces are always popular when served as an appetizer or aperitif. There is something comforting about them, and they can be prepared in many different ways. This cheese dip will be ready in 25 minutes and you can find the recipe right here.