Clotilde, who has a food blog called Chocolate and Zucchini, posted today about how some people just don’t like cauliflower, harmless as it may seem. So she invented Cauliflower Soup with Turmeric and Hazelnuts, in part to get her husband to eat some cauliflower hidden in a luxurious soup.
That reminded me of a very simple recipe that’s worth sharing. I learned it from a lady, in passing, at the food store one day. She said the way to get your kids to eat cauliflower is to make it resemble mashed potatoes. You put it in a food processor, or hand blend it, with a little butter, some milk, salt and a little dash of pepper (very little pepper, if it’s for kids).
I have to say – it’s luxuriously delicious. My son still won’t eat it, but my daughter loves it!
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