Cauliflower's versatility make this vegetable a dinnertime favorite. From soups, casseroles, and cauliflower gratin, to mashed, curried, roasted, and baked cauliflower, we have the perfect recipes for you.
Cinnamon and curry powder balance Granny Smith apples in this easy roasted cauliflower recipe.
Forget any preconceived notion that cauliflower is only good for a raw vegetable platter--once you learn how to cook cauliflower, you'll want it as a side dish all the time.
This soup has a craveable, rich texture without any cream! The secret? Blending the vegetables after cooking but before serving.
Talk about an easy appetizer. Just tuck cauliflower into the oven for roasting and it becomes tender and sweet.
Rich and full-flavored, this curry-accented vegetable side dish is best served with plain meats and poultry.
Take your chicken dinner to a new sweet and saucy level with a honey-mustard glaze.
Toast the garlic and paprika prior to mixing with the yogurt for a restaurant-quality topping for these roasted vegetables.
Be creative with seasonings! The inspired combination of coriander, oregano, and lemon peel adds character to this colorful vegetable side dish.
Enjoy tofu and vegetables flavored with soy and sesame oil. Tofu is a low-fat, inexpensive, rich source of protein that contains no cholesterol.
Better make lots of these crispy-coated vegetables. Kids love dipping them in pizza sauce for a snack.
Toss cauliflower with bread crumbs, mustard, cheddar, herbs and almonds to make this basic vegetable holiday table-ready.
A creamy mustard sauce makes the perfect accompaniment to this easy seasoned pork chop and roasted carrot and cauliflower recipe for two.
Plain cauliflower is dressed up with ham and cheese for a filling side dish that goes well with chicken or fish.
This flavorful low calorie side dish is bursting with autumn vegetables.
Make this side salad even easier by roasting the cauliflower ahead of time and chilling overnight until ready to serve.
This rich chowder would make an elegant first-course soup for 6 people. For more color, use broccoli florets instead of the cauliflower.