Cauliflower Rice Recipes

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Cauliflower Rice with Spinach with Wine Ingredients (serves 4 as a side dish) 1/4 cup white wine 1/4 cup vegetable or chicken broth 2 chopped garlic cloves 3 tablespoons of grated parmesan cheese 1 tablespoon butter or olive oil 6 ounces spinach 12 ounce container of cauliflower rice Instructions Simmer broth, wine, garlic, and butter or olive oil for 3 … Read More

Cauliflower Rice with Spinach with Wine

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cauliflower rice spinach

Or try this wine-less recipe variation from Que Rica Vida. Serves 4 as a side dish. Ingredients 1/4 cup white wine 1/4 cup vegetable or chicken broth 2 chopped garlic cloves 3 tablespoons of grated parmesan cheese 1 tablespoon butter or olive oil 6 ounces spinach 12 ounce container of cauliflower rice Instructions Simmer broth, wine, garlic, and butter or … Read More

Romanesco: Deliciously Bizarre

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If broccoli, cauliflower, and Romanesco were siblings, Romanesco clearly would be the free-spirited and vibrant middle child. When compared to cauliflower, Romanesco has a delicate nutty flavor and is crunchier. Since they are all in the same family, you can prepare Romanesco as you would broccoli or cauliflower; however, to preserve its nutty, crunchy crazy personality do not over-cook. Romanesco … Read More

Romanesco Recipes

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Roasted Romanesco with Brown Butter Toasted Panko (Brooklyn Supper) Roasted Romanesco topped with nutty brown butter toasted panko and a bit of parsley is a comforting winter side dish.           Romanesco Pasta with Olives, Capers, and Parsley (A Beautiful Plate) A simple and flavorful romanesco pasta with parsley and bursts of saltiness from kalamata olives and … Read More

The bizarre Romanesque broccoli

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The special item of the week is the bizarre Romanesque broccoli (also known as Romanesque cauliflower). The Romanesque has a delicate nutty flavor and is crunchier than cauliflower. You can prepare Romanesque as you would broccoli or cauliflower; however, do not overcook. You want to keep it crunchy. Pre-cooked Romanesque is a great addition to salads, vegetable trays, and pasta. Break … Read More