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by Caitlin Saniga

Creamy roasted cauliflower soup

This is a grown-up twist on the classic broccoli and cheddar soup: rich, silky, hearty and with a beautiful, mild, fruity depth, thanks to the white wine. Feel free to stir in cooked brown rice or farro, like my mom always did with our broccoli cheese soup.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Southwestern roasted cauliflower

Scoot over, black bean and corn enchiladas. Southwestern roasted cauliflower is your new best friend.

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by Sarah Steimer

Cauliflower and red pepper balls over polenta, spinach and caramelized onions

These nonmeatballs are so full of flavor and really relatively quick to whip up. I really love cauliflower and am always happy to learn another way to prepare it. This recipe is getting filed away for later use, for sure. I an even see them being used in a pita (sort of like falafel) or over a salad.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Coriander-spiced cauliflower pasta with grated egg and pine nuts

Cauliflower is a vegetable I often seem to overlook. It gets lost in the colorful variety of produce at the grocery store. But its mild, tender sweetness is truly the star of this plate. Let it linger in the pan without stirring for longer than feels comfortable, and it’ll caramelize nicely.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Cauliflower salad with red cabbage, feta and lemon-rosemary dressing

Served fresh, this salad has lots of nice crunch and crisp flavors. Served a day after it’s prepared, everything turns a bit purple, but the cauliflower loses a bit of its bite (which I like) and the flavors are accentuated. I served mine on the second day on top of a heap of quinoa.

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by Sarah Steimer

This is one of my new favorite side dishes. It's so, so simple and makes the house smell like an awesome Indian restaurant.

This quick side dish could also work well as a soup or salad topper. Roasting the cauliflower brings out a nutter flavor that compliments the curry seasoning.


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by Caitlin Saniga

Kale and roasted cauliflower salad with lemon-tahini dressing

As Sarah has advised in the past, if you want tender kale, give it a little massage. Or if you’ve had a stressful day, wad it up in your palm and squeeze it with all your might. The pressure beaks down kale’s tough cellulose structure. But be good to your food. Whisper “thank you” to your greens when you’re done.


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