Food Story: Alyssa & Bloomin’ Indian-Spiced Cauliflower

I hope you guys are as excited as I am …  Alyssa from the Everyday Maven is going to show us the secrets behind her famous Bloomin’ Indian-Spiced Cauliflower. I saw this on her blog and practically pleaded with her to share with us. Of course, she didn’t make me beg. She was willing to share because she’s that kind of girl. Thank’s Alyssa … Can’t wait to try this :-)

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Hi Food Stories Readers!

My name is Alyssa and I am the Everyday Maven. Everyday Maven is where Whole Foods meet Weight Watchers. Simple and delicious everyday recipes for the home cook who wants to keep their food clean and their waistline trim!

I am here today to share a really fun and new way to serve what is sometimes considered a bland, boring vegetable – Cauliflower. Personally, I love Cauliflower and don’t consider either bland or boring but I know that many people do. Hopefully, we can change that a bit with this recipe.

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My Bloomin’ Indian-Spiced Cauliflower is not only the easiest side dish or appetizer to throw together, but full of flavor and fun to eat.

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We just take a whole head of cauliflower, clean it and gently remove most of the core, leaving just enough so that it stays together. A touch of olive oil and a rub of spices, then into the oven. Leave it alone and about an hour later, you have a beautiful dish to serve family style. This is especially fantastic for kids because they can just get in there with their hands (once it cools) and pull it apart.

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I hope you love it as much as my family does and that maybe we’ll change some minds about Cauliflower.

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Thanks again CJ for having me here today.

Click here for the original recipe.

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  5. Seems very interesting & Delicious recipe with Cauliflower…..
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  6. Very interesting way to cook and present cauliflower, that must be tasty

  7. I like the idea of being able to pull it apart. Looks delicious!
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  8. great recipe never cooked a whole head before

  9. Love this idea! I usually shy away from cauliflower :) But this looks awesome! Such a fun idea, and the spice sounds delish!

  10. What a fabulous idea! I’m not a real fan of cauliflower but I have the feeling this recipe could change that!
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  11. YUM! This looks fabulous and exotic, my friend!!!
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