I think this recipe will become a regular at our house! I’m calling it a cauliflower casserole simply because I didn’t know what else to call it. So, without further ado, let’s get to rattling those pots and pans!
Cauliflower brings back warm memories from the 50s and 60s. We lived just across the road from Mother’s parents, Nannie and Granddaddy. Nannie always kept a jar of mixed sweet pickles in her big ol’ Westinghouse refrigerator. She always saved the cauliflower bits just for me. I reckon, thanks to her, I’ve had a life-long love affair with cauliflower.
First, we’ll cut a head of cauliflower. In my case today, it’ll be two heads because they were a bit smaller than we usually get. So, we’ll cut off the leaves and cut the sections down a bit. Next, we’ll put them in some salted water to boil for about 3-4 minutes. Drain it and cut it into smaller, bite-sized pieces and set it aside.
While the cauliflower is boiling, I’ll cut a large chicken breast into small, bite-sized pieces and fry it in oil. When it’s finished, drain it and set it aside.
Now, into a mixing bowl we will break two eggs,
to which we will add 125 ml of milk,
and 125 ml of vegetable oil. Let’s whisk this all together, shall we?
Now, we want 200 ml of plain yogurt,
2 T of flour,
1 t paprika,
1 t of salt,
1 t baking powder and,
Black pepper to taste. I used 1 teaspoon.
Add the cauliflower/chicken mixture to the mixing bowl. Make sure everything is well coated. Pour the cauliflower mixture into a Pyrex baking dish and cover with 100 grams or so of cheese. I didn’t measure the cheese. I just put it on until the dish was well covered and I was satisfied.
Pop it into the oven and cook at 200° for around 20-25 minutes.
Now, dig in and enjoy! Despite parboiling and baking, the cauliflower maintained good firmness. This one goes into the recipe book for sure and we’ll be having it fairly often, as we both love cauliflower.
Do you enjoy eating cauliflower? How do you prepare it? Care to share your recipe(s)? Let’s have a cauliflower cooking orgy, shall we?
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