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Roasted cauliflower

Good, savory and surely of big effect if you have guests!

Our roasted cauliflower is light, healthy and very easy to prepare but of big effect. It allows you to enjoy cauliflower in a tasty way different than usual thanks to spices that make its taste unique and soft to eat.
60 min.
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easy
 

Ingredients

for 4-6 persons

1 medium-sized cauliflower (approx. 750 g)
3 garlic cloves
50 ml extra virgin olive oil
2 tbsp. mustard
1 tsp. sweet paprika
1 tbsp. oregano
2 tbsp. lemon juice
1 tsp. salt
½ tsp. pepper
Chili
50 ml white wine
50 ml vegetal broth (also made with soup cubes)
1 tbsp. pine nuts
Chopped parsley
 
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Preparation

Preheat the oven to 200°C (convection oven). Wash cauliflower, remove the external leaves, cut the stem evenly (not too much so that the florets don’t break away) and let drain. In the meantime, peel and finely chop garlic and put into a small bowl. Add extra virgin olive oil, mustard, paprika, oregano, lemon juice, salt, pepper and chili to taste and mix.

Put the drained cauliflower into an ovenproof pan with cover. Pour the sauce of mustard and spices on the cauliflower and spread evenly on the whole surface with your hands. Add white wine and broth, cover and bake in the oven for about half an hour or until the cauliflower is soft when you pierce it with a fork. At this point, turn on the grill function of your oven, remove the cover from the pan, sprinkle the cauliflower with pine nuts and roast in the upper part of the oven for about 5 minutes but don’t burn. Remove from the oven, sprinkle with chopped parsley and serve.

Suggestion

You can vary the spices to your taste, of course. Cauliflower also goes well with curry or smoked paprika, for example. If you don’t want to add wine, you can use broth instead.
 

Recipe from Julia Morat

Passione Cooking
South Tyrolean DOC or Italian with German mother tongue – this is how Julia describes herself. She likes reinterpreting old family recipes from mom Reinhild and grandma Imma and enriching them with a few innovative and international elements. No matter how relaxed she is when cooking – there is one thing she can’t do well: cooking according to recipes. She likes being adventurous, experimenting and combining when cooking, but there is one ingredient that you can find in every single recipe: her smile.
 
 

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