[fa icon="clock-o"] Apr 19, 2017 11:45:00 AM [fa icon="folder-open'] Olive Oil Recipes
Whole roasted cauliflower has been appearing on trendy restaurant menus. Gorgeously crusted on the outside, tender on the inside, this visually striking preparation of cauliflower is popular among chefs for a host of reasons: it’s budget-friendly, ridiculously simple to make, and guaranteed to impress guests either as a main dish or a side.
This striking dish has become a modern classic, as chefs around the world are working out new ways to push vegetables into the center of the plate. It is also surprisingly easy to make.
To serve, carve it at the table in wedges. The New York Times has a recipe for an almond herb sauce, but to be honest, this dish is delicious enough without it.
Thanks to Non Nom Paleo for the recommendation to cover the cauliflower for the first 30 minutes. Doing so cut the cooking time down by 1 hour.
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