Curried Cauliflower
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Have you ever tried curried cauliflower? I know you are thinking, ewe I don’t like curry. I didn’t either but then I realized I just didn’t know what to do with it. I was not adding the curry to the right recipes and I was also not heating it up before I added it. I am a big believer in always revisiting any food I think is ewe so this last week while on the Ultimate Reset we made the dish below. Yes I have to admit when I saw that our main dinner was going to be curried cauliflower I was scared, very very scared. Mike is a rule follower and he said if the book says this is what we are to eat, then this is what we should eat. ( I love that about him, he is a no-nonsense kinda dude)

As I mentioned in the video below, curry is not a single spice. It’s a blend of different herbs and spices. What this means is that it might taste different depending on where you purchase it from. I picked up some Organic Thai Curry from Whole Foods for $2.95. I would highly recommend this brand.

Curried Cauliflower
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Please give this Curried Cauliflower Recipe a try. It is super quick and super easy to make.

Curried Cauliflower
Makes 1 serving
Ingredients
1 Tbsp. Extra-virgin olive oil
1.2 to 1 tsp. curry-powder
1/2 Medium head of cauliflower with stems removed. Trim into large florets
1/4 tsp. Himalayan Salt

Instructions
Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees. Heat the oil in a small skillet over medium to low heat. Add the curry powder and stir constantly for 30-50 seconds or until you can start to smell the fragrance from the curry. Please be careful to not let the curry and oil burn so keep stirring. Remove the pan from the heat. Put your cauliflower florets in a 8 x 8 glass dish and pour the curry mixture on top. Add as much salt as you wish to the cauliflower. Bake the cauliflower for 20-25 minutes, stirring the dish 2-3 times during those minutes.

If you are doing the 21 Day Fix this would be an excellent dish to add to your schedule. The container equivalents would be 2 greens and 1 tsp.

Enjoy and never say EWE to curry again 🙂

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