Mushroom and Lentil Shepard’s Pie with Mashed Cauliflower
This recipe takes a little more time and a few more pots on the stove, so save it for a night when you aren't rushed. Totally worth it. An updated version of the classic packed with nutrient rich vegetables and high protein lentils.
Sesame Glazed Cauliflower “Wings”
Get ready to tailgate- this recipe hits one out of the park! Sticky, sweet and crunchy, everyone will be digging in and coming back for seconds. These are perfect as written, but if you like a little heat, feel free to throw a little hot sauce or chili flakes into the batter.
The batter can be made with brown rice or wheat flour, as well as cow's milk or a plant-based milk- able to satisfy any crowd.
Did you ever think you would hear cauliflower and steak in the same title? Give this one a try, I promise you won't regret it.
The perfect way to lighten up a meal- use this dish instead of rice or couscous under any of our stir-fries or sautés. The turmeric is optional- a little dash will add a nice yellow hue, while a heavier shake will impart the distinctive Indian flavor.
Creamy Cauliflower Soup
You know how easy it is to end up with a half head of cauliflower and not know what to do with it! Problem solved. This soup is tasty, quick and easy - and a great way to not let that last bit of cauliflower go to waste.
Cauliflower and Sweet Pea Sauté
Cauliflower is a great source of Vitamin C and K and is a great way to include more cruciferous vegetables in your diet. Typically overlooked (and please don't overcook!) this vegetable is making a comeback into the vegetable hall of fame! When paired with our West African Peanut Sauce it's out of this world!
The key here is to get a nice sear- make sure to cook the cauliflower long enough that it is slightly blackened.