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What to do with cauliflower

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Low-carb and low-calorie fans and anyone seeking to reduce calories in their diet will find cauliflower rice a fantastic grain alternative. To make your own cauliflower rice, simply whizz up florets in the food processor, or buy a ready-made version before preparing it in the same way that you would cook white rice. Add cooked and pureed cauliflower to soups or other dishes that are calling out for a rich, smooth and satisfying texture; in fact, this is a great way to sneak a portion of vegetables into your kids' dishes.
Have fun experimenting with recipes that use cauliflower in fresh ways. Try roasted, spiced slices as a hearty side dish, or cover steamed florets with cheese sauce for a classic dish. Use as the hero ingredient in a creamy curry made with plenty of coconut milk, turmeric and coriander, or try making it into a low-carb pizza crust. Roasted, spiced florets make a wonderful alternative to popcorn, served with a spicy tomato sauce or sour cream dip.

Cauliflower as a Superfood Alternative

Combined with parmesan cheese and garlic, cauliflower will make a great mashed potato alternative, and you can even add frozen chunks to a smoothie to add creaminess, fibre, vitamins and a gentle sweetness. Fans of keto and other low-carb diets can use the riced version as an alternative to ingredients such as oats by heating it with plant milk, nuts and seeds. Add almond butter for a rich and warming breakfast with a real touch of decadence.

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Get to know your cauliflower

Cauliflower as a Superfood

Cauliflower is a large, cream-coloured cruciferous vegetable that is closely related to broccoli. It’s popular in vegetarian recipes and for those looking to reduce calories.
Cauliflower is filled with powerful phytonutrients and antioxidants, such as choline. Some view it as a superfood, and its high fibre content is also excellent for supporting healthy digestion.


Originally hailing from Cyprus, cauliflower comes in four colours: the ubiquitous creamy white version, plus orange, purple and green. The latter also boasts the same chlorophyll content as the veggie's relative, broccoli. The firm, dense head is actually a cluster of immature flowers and is known more correctly as a 'curd'.

Cauliflower Recipe Tips, Tricks and Hacks

Keen to retain as many vitamins as possible when cooking your cauliflower recipes? Senior Recipe Development Manager, Mimi Morley, suggests that steaming is the best approach, followed by roasting.
Don't throw away the leaves and stalk as they are also edible and filled with beneficial vitamins and micronutrients. Try adding them to a fresh soup, blending them in to keep all of the nutrition, extra fibre and texture.

How to: Cauliflower - FAQs

How to store cauliflower?

When you get your cauliflower home, immediately remove any tight plastic wrap that surrounds it or else mould can grow. Store the vegetable in the fridge, loosely wrapped in a plastic bag. Fresh heads bought straight from the market or grocery store will last for up to two weeks. You can also chop the head into florets and store them in a sealed plastic bag for up to a week.

How to store cauliflower in the freezer?

When buying commercially frozen varieties, they should last for up to a year in the freezer, but check the guidance on the food label.

What to do with cauliflower leaves?

Don't throw away the leaves and stalk as they are also edible and filled with beneficial vitamins and micronutrients. Try adding them to a fresh soup, blending them in to keep all of the nutrition, extra fibre and texture.