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Comrade Stoker

Cauliflower Steaks

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Has anybody tried these? 


Here is a link http://allrecipes.com/recipe/239042/roasted-cauliflower-steaks/


They are slices of cauliflower, baked in the oven and brushed with oil, lemon, chilli, salt, pepper etc.


They are absolutely lovely, proper nice and easy to do. Just a piece of baking paper in a tray and lay them out. Cheap as chips too. Proper good, do try them if you get a chance.

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8 minutes ago, Comrade Stoker said:

Has anybody tried these? 


Here is a link http://allrecipes.com/recipe/239042/roasted-cauliflower-steaks/


They are slices of cauliflower, baked in the oven and brushed with oil, lemon, chilli, salt, pepper etc.


They are absolutely lovely, proper nice and easy to do. Just a piece of baking paper in a tray and lay them out. Cheap as chips too. Proper good, do try them if you get a chance.

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We agree....added some currants for the 'burn'...

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10 minutes ago, ratdog said:

They got lampooned for trying to sell them for silly money. They're a piece of piss to make. I think they got a bit of a following, and M&S thought they'd cash in, they got clobbered on social media for their pricing and they withdrew the product.

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How can it even be called a cauliflower steak though, its just a fucking slice, but you can't charge silly money or mug people off by calling them a cauliflower slice.

I'm gonna start removing the hard bit inside a parsnip, slice it thin and call it parsnip bacon, then sell it to muggy hipsters in Shorditch in an artisinal paisley and seaweed roll, with mohair ketchup and dust salad for 9 quid a pop. 

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lol 

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it's big the whole cauliflower meat substitute, I keep getting recipes from a fb group I'm part of. They also make aubergine bacon with liquid smoke added for flava. Food tech is really creating some incredible new dishes :)

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Why give veggies meat names though, you're eating vegetables, don't make it sound more interesting than it is.

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4 hours ago, Ital said:

Food tech is really creating some incredible new dishes :)

 

 

Slicing a cauliflower isn`t food tech, it`s been around since the cauliflower

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they look like they taste of sadness

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56 minutes ago, ratdog said:

 

 

Slicing a cauliflower isn`t food tech, it`s been around since the cauliflower

looooooool

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5 hours ago, Ital said:

Food tech is really creating some incredible new dishes :)

this is top shelf, premium grade trolling looooool 

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5 hours ago, lemonton said:

this is top shelf, premium grade trolling looooool 

 

i'm bang into my food and cooking, you'll see in other food related threads even my gallery.

You obviously thought you'd tag along after @Ratdog's post.

 

:yep:

 

 

@ Ratdog - you know I'm not talking slicing cauliflower. I don't need to spoon feed do I?

 

 

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Cabbage slices/"steaks" are also popular in this house. Finished with lemon salt pepper and oil.

 

A great pasta sauce is roasted cauliflower florets with a little chilli and seasoning mixed with kale and cooked cauliflower puree. Add some hazels or pine nuts, kale will wilt in heat of sauce and pasta. 

If you want more crunch (different type) you can add fried breadcrumbs .

I prefer this without cheese, others here prefer with.

 

Got a link for that veggy "bacon" @Ital

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