We scored on two accounts with this recipe and so can you. Are you always looking for fresh new ways to prepare cauliflower? Do you work at adding more turmeric to your dishes because of its health implications? Yes? This dish is for you!
More and more folks are discovering the rich flavors of roasted vegetables. So you can expect some fine flavor with roasted cauliflower but then add some heady seasonings like onion, garlic and coriander seed! Eureka!
This recipe comes from Food and Wine, written up by Su-Mei Yu. I’ve adapted the recipe to fit our tastes and changed the cooking method a bit for the same reason. You may want to check out the original (here).
This dish is delicious served at any temperature. It can also be reheated for another meal if you have any leftovers. Heat in a heavy skillet with a tight fitting lid. Add just a bit of water to help rehydrate the cauliflower.
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