The coolest part of all is that anyone (like ANY anyone) can make this. I like to add curry powder to mine, but you can play around with whatever spices you like, or just make it plain. The trick is to use a very hot oven, around 450-500 degrees. Covering the cauliflower for the first 15 minutes steam cooks it. Then when you remove the foil the high heat browns and caramelizes it, giving the cauliflower a slightly crisp texture and complex flavor that is irresistible.
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Gluten-Free Cocoa Cheesecake
The people of Pinterest have spoken -- and pinned! -- and the numbers have been tallied. This best-of-the-best list has something for everyone: copycat restaurant recipes, diet-friendly dishes, easy desserts and lots of great-looking chicken dinners. How many have you made (and pinned)?
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Easy Yet Romantic Filet Mignon "This recipe is very simple and very delicious also. I can prepare it, and I am a 14 year old boy! This recipe only takes a few minutes to prepare and only a bit longer in the broiler. This goes good with some mashed potatoes with butter and green beans with lemon squeezed on top. This is good, trust me!" — chef in the making
Easy Yet Romantic Filet Mignon
Buffalo Chicken Mac n Cheese - Best meal ever! I boil the chicken then shread, skip the sour cream and I love doing with wagon wheel pasta!! I always have more then one casserole dish full and maybe I'm not very efficient in the kitchen but it takes more over an hour to prepare!! Well worth the time!
Cast Iron Skillet Recipes: Pan-Seared Filet Mignon
Another pinner said: "Beef Tenderloin w/ shallot mustard sauce. i PROMISE you...this is THE best recipe you will ever make. it's the sauce really. if you get good quality meat from WF, especially grass fed, it will be your new go to dinner for all holidays. i make it every new years, christmas and whenever i need to impress entertain!!"
One of the favorite recipes of summer... Baked Parmesan Tomatoes. @EatingWell