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Roasted Cauliflower Salad. A recipe rewind, because some things are too good to miss!

Welcome to Our Sunday Café, we are pleased you stopped by for a visit. Today we are offering another delicious recipe from our kitchen. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did…



Recipe rewind, because in the beginning there is a blogger who has no readers. She still posts great food in hopes that the readers will come..........y



Roasted Cauliflower Salad
adapted from:
http://www.cauliflowerrecipes.com/
400-degree oven

see below for a cooks wisdom

1 head of cauliflower
1 onion
2 - 3 T olive oil
juice of 1/2 lemon
1 clove garlic minced
11/4 t seasoning salt
2 t dried Italian herb blend
1 t sugar (help promote caramelizing in a short roasting time)
2 slices of bacon, cooked until done but not crisp, then minced fine
fresh ground pepper to taste




Break the cauliflower into florets, cut in half if very large. Cut onion into 1-inch chunks.

Combine remaining ingredients in a large bowl, add vegetables and toss to coat well.



Prepare a baking sheet with a thin film of oil. Spread vegetables out evenly. Roast for 25 - 30 minutes, a bit caramelized, but not soft.



Serve hot or as desired. For a salad, presentation garnish the side of the plate with a slice of tomato, black or kalamata olives and small golden Peperoncini's.

a cooks wisdom:  increase the bacon to 3 pieces, sugar to 2 teaspoons, increase oven temperature to 425 degrees.

I will definitely return to the cauliflower link, for more great cauliflower recipes.

Enjoy!

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Comments

  1. Love the rewinds! I really like cauliflower but I'm the only one in the family that does.

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  2. I love cauliflower! I always look for new recipes for it! Thanks for sharing, i love the idea of recipe rewind!

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  3. another new thing rewinds,, I love cauliflower, my husband,,, not so much, I'll love this ,, sounds yummy,,

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  4. Roasting vegetables adds another dimension huh? Hopefully not the twilight zone sort of dimension. This sounds delish.

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  5. This sounds wonderful I love roasted...is my favorite~

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  6. That was definitely too good not to rewind. I love roasted veggies but our place is small and Don is so sensitive to "kitchen stink", as he calls it...lol.....

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  7. it's a great idea to rewind. it's sad that alot of my favourite recipes have never been seen by other people, because when i first started blogging (i'm still quite new though), no one read my blog!

    btw, love roasted cauliflower! recently also tried roast broccoli! i think roasting really brings out a great dimension to veggies!

    http://mummyicancook.blogspot.com/2011/04/soft-boiled-egg-with-sesame-roasted.html

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  8. I love cauliflower too, and I love to roast it. I also love to fry it, coated in panko, but roasted is healthier!

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  9. I have always loved cauliflower and this recipe sounds delicious. I must try it!

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  10. We love cauliflower! This looks delicious, will have to give this a try! Thanks for sharing!

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  11. Yum. I love cauliflower and am always looking for a new way to prepare it. Love the rewinds, because it is so true, some of my very faves I posted at the start of my blog.

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  12. Hi Melynda,
    We love Cauliflower and try to use more of it in our meal planning. This is a great recipe that I would like to try. Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and hope to see you next week!

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  13. I only roast them now... so much tastier than boiled my favorite is cauliflower too!

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