Quick ways to prepare Cauliflower
Cauliflower is often eaten raw, the florets perfect for dipping. It's also a great substitute for many grains when chopped finely and used in cold salads.
Boiled and Steamed
While boiling cauliflower is common, it is probably the worst method for destroying nutrients. A much better option is steaming, which better preserves the nutrition and look of the vegetable. When steaming, try and cut your cauliflower pieces to a similar size and check for softness with a fork after about 10 minutes.
This delicious method of preparation is simple in any oven. We'll be posting a recipe soon to show you how roasting works best.
This is a LillyPad classic and super easy in the microwave. Try the recipe linked above for a great low-carb rice alternative.