Monday, 18 February 2008

This is Arida's recipe, she works with me. Arida is very nice and is from the Baltic states but people keep asking her if she is Polish which annoys her a little.
Chop a cauliflower in to small pieces and boil until tender. Melt some butter in a pan about 30g and chuck in a diced onion. Once the onions are crisp and golden drop the cooked cauliflower into the pan as well. Mix everything together until the cauliflower is coated in the butter, add some more butter if needed. Sprinkle with lots of fresh ground Pepper! I'm thinking some cheese would go well on this, something to complement the strong flavour of the cauliflower and not compete with it! any ideas?
Enjoy topped on to some seriously toasted, crispy ciabatta!
Did you know?
-It's high in vitamin C (100g of cauliflower provides over 70% of the recommended adult intake!) and is also a good source of vitamin B6 and folate (vitamin B9).
-The stinky smell often associated with cauliflower is from the sulphur released during cooking. Want less stink? Cook it less!
I'm going to make a cauliflower curry some time soon!

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