Looking for cauliflower recipes for dinner? Here’s 15 delicious dishes ranging from cheesy, pasta, casseroles, soup and more! All of these dishes get a thumbs up from our 3 kids!
Ways to Add Cauliflower to Recipes
Cauliflower is one of our favorite vegetables to enjoy raw and cooked. There is always a bag of cauliflower chopped up in our refrigerator waiting for little (and big) hands to grab a couple pieces for a snack.
I love finding ways to incorporate cauliflower into our dinner dishes, in simple ways that the whole family will love. Our absolute favorite cauliflower recipes are Cheesy Cauliflower Casserole, Vegetable Pot Pie and Roasted Cauliflower Soup.
So, don’t be shy – let cauliflower dance its way into your kitchen, and watch as it adds a touch of magic to your meals, one floret at a time.
Tips for Storing Cauliflower
Storing cauliflower properly can help extend its freshness and prevent it from spoiling too quickly. Here are some tips for storing cauliflower:
Do not wash before storing: Washing cauliflower before storing it can introduce moisture, which may cause it to deteriorate faster. It’s best to wash it just before use.
Refrigerate promptly: Cauliflower should be refrigerated as soon as possible after purchase or picking from your garden.
Use a plastic bag or container: Place the cauliflower in a plastic bag or chop the cauliflower up into smaller pieces to place in an airtight container.
Wrap in a paper towel: To help absorb excess moisture and prevent the cauliflower from becoming soggy, you can wrap it in a paper towel before placing it in the plastic bag or container.
Store in the vegetable crisper: Place the bag or container with the cauliflower in the vegetable crisper drawer of your refrigerator. This section usually has slightly higher humidity levels ideal for storing vegetables.
15 Ways to Eat Cauliflower (Raw & Cooked!)
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