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Recipe: Creamed Cauliflower

Creamed cauliflower recipe

Cauliflower cheese is nice, but there are many other ways to cook this great vegetable. Creamed cauliflower is one of them.

Creamed cauliflower does not taste like mashed potato… it tastes like cauliflower! But it makes a very healthy almost carb free alternative to the tattie.

Creamed cauliflower is also very versatile and mixes well with other flavours. Try some of these:

  • Just a knob of butter
  • Grated cheese and creamy cheese.
  • Fried onion.
  • Chopped spring onion
  • Chopped fried onion and bacon.

Creamed cauliflower recipe




Ingredients

  • 1 medium cauliflower.
  • 200ml water

Method

  1. Remove the leaves.
  2. Break up the florets. Other than the leaves you should not need to throw anything away.
  3. Put the cauliflower and about 200ml of water in a pot.
  4. Simmer gently until the cauliflower is breaking up. Add a little water if it gets dry.
  5. Your aim is to evaporate the water as the cauliflower cooks so that you end up with a moist mash.
  6. When cooked, mash to remove any remaining lumps.
  7. Add any flavourings of your choice.

Recipe: Creamed Cauliflower

Ingredients

  • 1 medium cauliflower.
  • 200ml water

Instructions

  1. Remove the leaves.
  2. Break up the florets. Other than the leaves you should not need to throw anything away.
  3. Put the cauliflower and about 200ml of water in a pot.
  4. Simmer gently until the cauliflower is breaking up. Add a little water if it gets dry.
  5. Your aim is to evaporate the water as the cauliflower cooks so that you end up with a moist mash.
  6. When cooked, mash to remove any remaining lumps.
  7. Add any flavourings of your choice.
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  • Old Father Foodie spent over 20 years working as a chef in and around the Glasgow area. He watched the rise of Lambrusco, the demise of the steak house and still remembers life before Mcdonalds. He then spent many years working on education projects in Europe. Still a keen cook, he has picked up the odd tip or two along the way and now enjoys sharing them on these pages.

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