Cauliflower is an excellent blank canvas. You can steam or blanch it to keep its essential flavors intact, but by roasting or sautéing it, you can bring out its sweetness.
Cauliflower will absorb the oil and seasoning, soaking up flavors much the way eggplant does. But it remains firmer.
Roasted cauliflower can be served warm or at room temperature. It can be part of an antipasto of roasted vegetables. Or an accompaniment to a roast chicken or lamb.
And though they aren’t obvious choices, scallops and lobster, both naturally sweet themselves, are delicious with roasted cauliflower.
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