Cauliflower Pan Roasted 

Vegetables are my favorite food. Since I am time challenged, I usually steam or oven roast them. For small amounts, I occasionally use the microwave.

If I could cook vegetables in a pressure cooker, I would be really happy. Unfortunately, with the pressure cooker, they can be easily over cooked. 

So, over the holiday, I felt like I wanted to make the vegetables with a little more pizazz. Pan roasting the cauliflower was more flavorful and something a little different. It was fast and easy and only required one pan to clean.



Salt, pepper and fresh minced or crushed garlic 


Spray oil the pan and add the cauliflower, garlic, salt and pepper. 

Begin cooking with a medium to high heat. Then, add a small amount of water, lower the temperature and cover until cauliflower is slightly soft.

Raise the temperature and cook until desired texture and slightly browned.

I was surprised when everyone said how much they liked them. 

Something new to add to my repertoire.


7 thoughts on “Cauliflower Pan Roasted 

  1. Osyth says:

    No HOW did you do that. I just looked in the Fridge for inspiration for tomorrow and was greeted by the beauteous white and leafy cauli I bought in the market yesterday. I was rather lamenting its existence but now I shall be following your instructions en route to something new … which is what I really need just now 🙂

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  2. anchorkeidi says:

    ‘Time-challenged’, ‘a little more pizazz’, ‘was fast and easy and only required one pan to clean’…these words are responsible for making me peruse your recipes! I have enough to do without wasting time in the kitchen so I’m loving your blog more! ❤

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