I do not know about you, but I’m a big fan of cauliflower. I love it in all its forms and I could eat it for every meal. Before I decided to turn over a new leaf and to eat a little healthier, mostly it was about the cheese in Bechamel sauce. But as I do not use flour and milk, so I was greeted with a Bechamel sauce. Today, I’m preparing a little something little different. Roasted cauliflower with lots of spices. The smell of this dish will fascinate you.
For this dish, roasted cauliflower with spices, you need:
- Head cauliflower (I took less)
- White wine
- 3 cloves garlic
- fresh thyme
- Bay leaf
- olive oil
- juice of half a lemon
- spices: salt, cumin, ground coriander, garlic powder.
The preparation of this roasted cauliflower :
At first of all, pour about 8 cups of water, in a pan (this depends on the size of cauliflower) and a cup of white wine. In this insert 2 whole cloves of garlic, a few bay leaves, and thyme. Too little salt water and insert the head of cauliflower. Therefore, Allow it to cook until tender. But not too much, it is enough that the knife lightly passes.
When it is ready, remove it from the water, a little drain, and place on baking paper on a baking pan. Heat the oven to 250 degrees. It is important to be strong temperature and cauliflower does not take long to cook, but to capture its sheath.
While the oven heats, in the bowl put the lemon juice, a little olive oil and a teaspoon of cumin, coriander, and garlic powder. Therefore, whisk everything and coat the cauliflower. Then insert it into the oven.
Awesome !! Therefore, this roasted cauliflower is going great as a side dish of meat or fish.
It is recommended in a healthy diet and prevention as a good natural source of minerals and vitamins as medicine. Cauliflower can be prepared in a number of ways to keep your healing:
– Quickly fry in olive ears garlic and ginger
– Cook with the addition of turmeric spice,
– Mashed cauliflower spice fennel seed.
Cauliflower salad: Boiled cauliflower spiced up with olive oil, apple vinegar, salt (if allowed), with plenty of garlic and parsley.