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When cooking cauliflower, it’s best to steam the vegetable. Boiling it can cause the florets to overcook, rendering them smelly, mushy and (in some cases) inedible. By contrast, steamed cauliflower is bright, sweet and slightly crisp. You can steam cauliflower even if you don’t have a stove-top steamer basket. Steaming cauliflower florets in a covered …

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3 Quick and Super Easy Ways to Steam Cauliflower

How to Steam Cauliflower In a Pan This is by far my favorite way to steam cauliflower. One dish, real steam, great tasting cauliflower. Bring about 1/4 inch of water to a boil in a large frying pan. Add about 1/2 tsp. salt and trimmed and cleaned cauliflower florets. Cover and steam until as tender as you like (about 3 minutes for crisp-tender and up to 8 minutes for completely cooked, soft florets).

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from About.com Food

3 Quick and Super Easy Ways to Steam Cauliflower

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When cooking cauliflower, it’s best to steam the vegetable. Boiling it can cause the florets to overcook, rendering them smelly, mushy and (in some cases) inedible. By contrast, steamed cauliflower is bright, sweet and slightly crisp. You can steam cauliflower even if you don’t have a stove-top steamer basket. Steaming cauliflower florets in a covered …

An easy side dish with lots of flavor. This curried cauliflower with almonds is delicious, simple to make, seasonal, and low carb!
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Steamed Cauliflower with Curry Butter and Toasted Almonds

An easy side dish with lots of flavor. This curried cauliflower with almonds is delicious, simple to make, seasonal, and low carb!

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