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Recipe for frozen cauliflower?

I have a pound of this in the freezer and have never made anything with frozen cauliflower. Do you have any suggestions?


Asked by scout_mom at 1:43 PM on Jan. 20, 2011 in Food & Drink

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Answers (10)
  • you can actually cook it like potatoes, boil it, mash it, add butter milk salt and pepper and make a healthy version of mashed potatoes. Or you can add it to casseroles.

    Answer by cassie_kellison at 1:48 PM on Jan. 20, 2011

  • The cauliflower mash is delicious and a great substitute for mash potatoes! You can also roast them in the oven at 400 for about 15 minutes,lightly tossed with olive oil and garlic and pepper.

    Louise...why bother answering? You just had to show that you're too good for frozen cauliflower? So annoying.

    Answer by BridgetC140 at 1:56 PM on Jan. 20, 2011

  • I steam it, drain and add butter, salt and pepper.You can also make cauliflower soup like potato soup.

    Answer by Librarylady60 at 5:36 PM on Jan. 20, 2011

  • Sorry no. I use fresh cauliflower.

    Answer by louise2 at 1:47 PM on Jan. 20, 2011

  • Louise, I usually use fresh too, so now I don't know what to do with this. (c:

    Cassie - that sounds like a great idea, we might try that. Thank you!

    Comment by scout_mom (original poster) at 1:51 PM on Jan. 20, 2011

  • lately-I have put some in my ramen when I make it...YUMMY- put that in first and wehn the water boils add the ramen noodles

    you can mix some with other frozen veggies or use it in fettuccini- again I jsut cook it with the noodles (usually it's the bag with carrots and broccoli too though) or just cook it and make some white sauce for it...

    Answer by charlotsomtimes at 1:58 PM on Jan. 20, 2011

  • Yeah, boil it and mash it.

    Answer by lovinangels at 3:01 PM on Jan. 20, 2011

  • I love mashed cauliflower!

    Answer by parajumper3 at 3:05 PM on Jan. 20, 2011

  • Steam it, same as fresh. I use it a few times a year when I want it but fresh is way to expensive.

    Answer by Anonymous at 7:12 PM on Jan. 20, 2011

  • BridgetC140,,,, Whatever!eye rolling


    Answer by louise2 at 4:40 PM on Jan. 20, 2011