But one of the special dinners used to be cauliflower boiled, topped with roasted breadcrumbs and a white gravy to go with it. but mostly the butter roasted bread. Croutons or crumbs, what you have or prefer.
Originally Posted by Bristol Bay
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Cauliflower bisque. I make it all the time. I use half/half but do not use the full amount and it makes it really thick. You can add some kind of fish if you want. I have used sauteed tilapia. Could put some lobster, shrimp or crab too.
I had the BEST cauliflower in London this fall in a Chinese restaurant. I think it was roasted, but whatever, it was so light and addictive. I could have made a meal on it alone. Anyone have a recipe for this.
I do love cauliflower -- it is a great vegetable to eat cooked or raw.
I steam it until tender. Then toss it in a pan with butter, grated parmesan and Italian bread crumbs. Saute until the cheese is melted. Its yummy.
I made cream of Cauliflower soup last night. Steam the cauliflower. Saute onion and garlic in butter. Add a couple tablespoons flour and cook until bubbly. Add some chicken stock and cook until thickened. Add the cauliflower and a can of evaporated milk. Let simmer for about 15 minutes thin with milk if necessary. It turned out really good.
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