Happy Halloween weekend! Cookie’s prancing around in her Wonder Woman costume, and I crashed a friend’s office Halloween party yesterday. It’ll be quite a successful Halloween once I get my hands on some peanut butter cups (Trader Joe’s dark chocolate mini cups are my fave).
I don’t suppose this roasted cauliflower recipe has much to do with Halloween, but it is the perfect side dish for fall and winter. I don’t get excited about raw cauliflower, but I’m obsessed with roasted cauliflower. Have you tried it?
Raw cauliflower transforms into golden, caramelized deliciousness in the oven. If you roast it with just olive oil, salt and pepper, it’s a tasty snack (I could eat it like French fries). You can also use basic roasted cauliflower to add bulk and tasty roasted flavor to other veggie dishes, like my lentil tacos and farro salad. It’s neutral enough that it doesn’t overwhelm other flavors, so it goes well with a variety of cuisines.