Cauliflower has risen through the ranks of popularity recently — and we’re not mad about it! What was once thought of as a pretty mediocre vegetable, reserved for the Sunday lunch and accompanied by a cheesy sauce, has now become a celebrity in the foodie world.
Cauliflower is currently being associated with faux comfort foods, like wings, pizza or rice, as a healthier alternative. It’s been reborn as a diverse vegetable that can be used in so many ways.
Hence, we thought we’d jump on the bandwagon and share some of our own most loved cauliflower themed recipes! Whether you’re trying to cut carbs or cooking for your vegetarian pals, these simple recipes will have everyone fooled.
This delicious meat-free bolognese is perfect for vegetarians and meat-eaters alike! Not only does this sauce look like a real, classic bolognese, but it tastes pretty great too. If you’re looking for a carbo-licious plate of comfort food then we highly recommend giving this cauliflower bolognese a go.
Cauliflower rice is a yummy, healthy alternative to go along with any rice based dish. Paired with flavourful chorizo, and tasty roasted and spiced peppers, it’s a match made in heaven! This low-carb dinner is fool-proof.
Who knew cauliflower could sound so good? If you’re on a health kick, then why not try this deliciously satisfying cauliflower pizza recipe! Don’t forget, you can always switch out the toppings to your liking; whether it be pepperoni and sweetcorn, or pineapple and ham, your options are endless.
We love the crispy crust that encompasses the cauliflower in this dish. If you’re catering to a vegetarian, then this would be a lovely alternative to serve up instead of steak — they’re both seared on a pan, flavoured beautifully and taste delectable.
These faux buffalo wings are one of our favourite cauliflower dupes to date. They’re incredibly easy to make and pair perfectly with buffalo sauce. If spicy food isn’t your thing though, then add another dipping bowl of sour cream, natural yoghurt or a blue cheese dip to cool the ‘wings’ down.
If you’re cutting carbs then why not opt for these deliciously cheesy cauliflower garlic breads instead? Or add tomato sauce and your favourite pizza toppings to turn this into delicious gluten-free pizza!