• Ingredients

    • Cauliflower 1

Instructions

  1. How to Core Cauliflower - Part 1

    With your kitchen knife, pierce through the side of the core, and start cutting around the stem with a saw-like movement until you've cut around the whole stem. Then, the stem should just pop out when gently pulled.

    To minimize food waste, utilize the stem in soups or cut into smaller pieces and roast - delicious!

  2. How to Core Cauliflower - Part 2

    Here's another fine option in coring a cauliflower. Simply cut cauliflower in half, and make a v-cut on both sides of the stem.

    Repeat with other half.

    You can now continue to make florets if desired.

    To minimize food waste, utilize the stem in soups or cut into smaller pieces and roast - delicious!

  3. How to Create Cauliflower Steaks

    Start by removing any leaves your head of cauliflower might have. Reserve leaves for roasting, they're delicious!

    Cut the stem and place cauliflower on a cutting board stem side down.

    Trim the ends of the cauliflower. Reserve end pieces for soups or roast and use in salads or a side. You can also freeze the leftover pieces and use in smoothies.

    Proceed to cut cauliflower into about 1-inch thick slices (or steaks!).

    Place cauliflower steaks on a sheet pan, drizzle with oil and season with salt and pepper.

    Roast at 425F for about 20 minutes or until tender and caramelized.

  4. How to Make Cauliflower Rice

    Start by removing any leaves your head of cauliflower might have. Reserve leaves for roasting, they're delicious!

    Start chopping cauliflower into small pieces, no need to be super precise, these will eventually end up in a food processor.

    Add the chopped cauliflower int a food processor, and pulse until it resembles rice.

    Heat oil of choice in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add cauliflower rice and any aromatics (think thyme, rosemary, garlic or ginger) if you wish.

    Cook, stirring occasionally, for 4 minutes or until tender but not overcooked.