When the prices drop on local cauliflower I look around for new ideas to enjoy this cool weather veggie. At $1 a head, you can be certain that we are eating plenty of cauliflower. I just don’t want any of us to get bored.
This rendition is quick and simple, especially if you already have some tahini sauce in the refrigerator. Keep the sauce around for sandwiches and dips. In its hard-working manner, the tahini sauce becomes a sauce for all vegetables, great with any steamed or roasted vegetable, not just the cauliflower in question.
You’ll find this cauliflower recipe is great as a side-dish or as an addition to a composed salad or as a topper on a bed of tossed greens. Be creative with this succulent and satisfying dish.
Leftovers last 3-4 days and taste best if brought back to room temperature or warm up a bit.
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