Israeli Cauliflower with Panko

  • bariolio Posted: 03/02/10
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    Similar to a recipe I've been making for years but easier. I like mine better though! Follow cauli cooking directions. Saute 1 finely chopped onion in oil, then add garlic and cauli, proceeding with CL instructions. At the end, add panko, parsley and 2 finely chopped hard boiled eggs and toss. Yummy!

  • TeresaMichelsen Posted: 05/09/10
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    Easy, fast and tasty. Yum!

  • skspillman Posted: 12/04/09
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    Very good--simple and tasty. Good way to get kids to eat vegetables! I will definitely make this again.

  • MAHKlassen Posted: 01/03/10
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    This was an easy and tasty way to prepare fresh cauliflower. I used regular breadcrumbs instead of panko, and it still turned out really well. I'm not crazy about cauliflower in general, but I liked this!

  • LisaSacto Posted: 11/22/09
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    Made this tonight on a whim, since I had all of the ingredients on hand. It was very simple and quick; everyone enjoyed it and asked for seconds. I'll definitely make it again!

  • KevinLee Posted: 02/14/10
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    I used fresh cilantro rather than parsley with the recipe and it turned out quite well. Cilantro is also often used in Israel, so the change is in keeping with the cuisine. I served this with couscous and a roasted chicken, stuffed with orange, onion and spices.

  • Jennifer312 Posted: 01/30/10
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    I was skeptical because cauliflower doesn't exactly rate high on my list of favorites but this dish turned out great. I added a little red pepper to kick it up a bit and served with honey glazed pork tenderloin and lima beans. Excellent meal and easy-cheesy!

  • cssanford Posted: 05/27/10
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    This was a good way to make cauliflower a bit more exciting. My only critique is that the cauliflower was pretty dry, despite the 3 tablespoons of olive oil in the recipe. I didn't bother with the parsley as I don't love the flavor and thought it was included for color more than anything.

  • JKL033 Posted: 05/25/12
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    Have made this recipe many times, it's delicious. My two elementary-age kids love it.


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