Comfort food, rich with flavor and texture! Serve with a crisp green salad and a slice of fresh bread slathered in salty butter. Warms your heart and belly.
Grate a head of cauliflower minus the woody stem. Or chop and toss in food processor to make fine grains of cauliflower. Save the unused parts in a ziploc in your freezer to make veggie stock!
Chop an onion (we like red versus yellow) and sauté with 2 cloves of garlic
Add that white wine baby. Pour a little in your glass and the rest in the pan. Ok, maybe just about 1/4 cup. Let it reduce to a thick paste of yum.
Add in those cauliflower bits. I was lazy/starving so a lot of chunks are thicker than a grain of rice.
Need to make it soupy with veggie broth so add about 1/2 cup.
Toast some pine nuts (1/4 cup) in a skillet while waiting! Add to the cauliflower, stir in a squeeze of fresh lemon and top with either parm cheese or nutritional yeast!
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A mom of 3, pediatric chiropractor, natural remedy guru and wellness educator.