Romanesco & Cauliflower Recipes

Hot Pickled Veggies

  Hot Pickled Veggies It’s easy to make tasty refrigerator pickles at home.  Here’s a recipe that makes ones with a kick thanks to the inclusion of spicy japones chilies. You can substitute plain cauliflower for the purple cauliflower, but
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Iberico Pork Chops w/ Romanesco & Sweet Potatoes

  Iberico Pork Chops with Romanesco & Spiced Sweet Potatoes Elegant, marbled, delicious bone-in Iberico pork chops served with spicy-sweet roasted sweet potatoes and Romanesco florets.  It doesn’t take more than salt & pepper to make these chops delicious, Iberico
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Cauliflower Fritters w/ Harissa-Spiked Labneh

  Cauliflower Fritters with Harissa-Spiked Labneh These vegetable fritters are spiced & finished with a blend of Moroccan flavors – a delicious, intriguing appetizer. Wine Pairing: Kabinet German Riesling Ingredients:                            Makes 4 Appetizer Servings Cauliflower Fritters: 2 cups Cauliflower Florets 3 Egg
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Merino Lamb Loin w/ Roasted Cauliflower

Nutty roasted cauliflower with sweet fennel and raisins are balanced by tangy lebne cheese, flavors that play very well with mild Merino lamb. Both the lamb and the raisins will need to marinate overnight, so plan ahead for those components.
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Citrus Cauliflower Puree

Citrus Cauliflower Puree This cauliflower puree recipe stands out from the pack thanks to the inclusion of orange and lemon zest. Try it as a side for any beef dish, especially braised dishes. Ingredients: 1 head of Cauliflower, cut into
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Romanesco “Couscous”

Romanesco “Couscous” Of course, since the “couscous” is made from a vegetable rather than wheat, it’s also a gluten free alternative. Ingredients 1 Head of Romanesco 1 Medium Shallot, minced ¼ cup Champagne Vinegar ¼ cup of Water ¼ Fennel
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Roasted Romanesco

Roasted Romanesco This recipe uses the same cast-iron roasting technique our chef used for the cauliflower served as part of our pancetta-wrapped kangaroo loin recipe. The extreme level of caramelization (to the point of charring) makes the romanesco very sweet.
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