It might be obvious that I’m a huge fan of cauliflower, since I use it in several recipes in my first cookbook as well as recipes here. Did you know that it makes a great base for soup?
There was a time in my life when I subsisted on New York City Chinese takeout, late at night after work and a workout.
This is a collection of recipes that was slated for Cooking for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet but due to size restraints most of it had to be cut. The only part that remains in the book is the yellow cauliflower rice.
I’ve been in search of excuses to eat yogurt tahini sauce recipes that go well with yogurt tahini sauce. Two of my favorites right now are fried cauliflower and falafel (a grain-free AND a gluten-free version, coming soon).
If you love munching on vegetables, like I do, roasting them makes it even more fun because it packs the flavor in. Roasting cauliflower in this way makes it almost like popcorn, so try serving it like a treat – … Continue reading
A slightly more elegant way to eat roasted cauliflower is by mashing it once it’s done roasting. It’s a hard decision – eat roasted cauliflower trees, or mash ’em up. Mashing them does make it easier on the belly (if … Continue reading
Roasting brings out the flavor of many vegetables, including cauliflower. I usually roast cauliflower with chopped onions, garlic, salt, and olive oil, and place some Parmesan cheese on it when it’s done. So here’s a departure from my usual roast … Continue reading
This dish is easy to make, cooks fast, and is a one-frying-pan meal. I should really create a new category called “21 things to do with leftover roast chicken”, and this recipe would fit right in with a bunch of … Continue reading
I’m unintentionally on a cabbage family spree. You may appreciate cauliflower with this recipe because it’s so simple to prepare, and avoids the starch that accompanies potatoes. It would be a shame not to share this recipe in case someone … Continue reading
|1 tablespoon||3 teaspoons|
|1/4 cup||4 tablespoons|
|1 cup||8 ounces|
|1 teaspoon||5 ml|
|1 tablespoon||15 ml|
|almond flour||1/2 cup||48 g|
|coconut flour||1/4 cup||26 g|
|honey||1/4 cup||85 g|
|honey||1 cup||12 ounces|
|maple syrup||1/4 cup||81 g|
|maple syrup||1/4 cup||59 ml|
|butter||1/4 cup||55 g|
|butter||1/2 cup||8 tbsp|
|cocoa||1/4 cup||22 g|
|chocolate chips||1 cup||6 ounces|
|chocolate chips||1 cup||160 g|
|olive oil||1/4 cup||54 g|
|olive oil||1/4 cup||2 ounces|
|coconut oil||1/4 cup||52 g|
|Parmesan, grated||1/4 cup||20 g|