Monday, November 25, 2013

Cauliflower with Peppers & Onions

This is a lovely, uncomplicated side dish. I like to prepare this for holiday dinners - like Thanksgiving and Christmas. It's always well-received. It provides a nice, simple contrast to the more elaborate dishes of the season.

I especially like that I can make this in advance for the refrigerator, and just reheat it on the busy day.



Cauliflower with Peppers & Onions

Saute till Golden Brown (don't be afraid to go for an nice, brown color)
1 (12oz) bag Frozen Bell Pepper & Onion mix (or 1 Onion & 1 Bell Pepper, Chopped)

Add
1 head cauliflower, cut in florets
½ cup water
½ cube bouillon, crumbled
½ tsp oregano
Saute, then cover with a lid and steam to cook cauliflower till tender, adding more water as needed.

This recipe cooks down a lot. It makes less than 1 quart when it is done. So, double or triple it if you're serving a bigger group.

This is being shared on Healthy Vegan Fridays, Healthy, Happy, Green & Natural

 

4 comments:

  1. OH! I did something similar that I just posted about but in Mashed Potato & Cauliflower Form...you might enjoy!

    This sounds great, btw! I must try soon!

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  2. Love the simplicity of this :-)

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    1. Thanks so much, Sandy - you've always got great recipes on your blog : )

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  3. I know that cauliflower is good for me but I don't make it as often as I should because it usually ends up tasting bland. However, your combination of savory ingredients will elevate cauliflower to a more flavorful level! I can't wait to try your recipe in my kitchen. Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful post with us on the Healthy, Happy, Green and Natural Party Hop! We sincerely appreciate it!

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