It all started when some ingenious veggie lover sliced a cauliflower into disks (rather than the routine florets), threw it on a grill and called it steak. Cauliflower would never be the same. It pops up in place of meat in burgers and Buffalo chicken wings, replaces rice in stir-fry, and makes a surprisingly delicious pizza crust. This versatile Brassica is as good for your health as it is for inspiring your dinner plans. Loaded with phytonutrients, especially glucosinolates (you can thank these for the infamous sulfur aroma), and antioxidants, adding plenty of cauliflower to your diet supports eating your way to optimal health. And with so many varieties—from orange and purple to the Fibonacci stunner Romanesco—it’s no wonder Brassicas are taking over the dinner table. Add this hearty whole roasted cauliflower recipe to the list of show-stopping dishes that put cauliflower where it belongs: center stage.
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