Roasted Cauliflower with Parsley Sauce

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Thick "steaks" are cut from a head of cauliflower, simply seasoned and drizzled with olive oil, then baked until tender. They are served with a very simple parsley sauce, which can be prepared up to 3 days in advance. This way of preparing cauliflower is very simple and wonderfully delicious!

Parsley Sauce
  • 1 head / 750g Cauliflower
  • 2 tbsp Extra virgin olive oil
  • Sea salt
  • Freshly ground pepper
  • 1 bunch Flat parsley, leaves only
  • 1/2 bunch Chives
  • Sea salt
  • Freshly ground pepper
  • 80 ml Vegetable stock
  • 1 tbsp Dry white wine
  • 2 tbsp Olive oil
  1. Preheat oven 200C/400F degrees. Drizzle a large baking sheet with 1 tablespoon of olive oil.
  2. Wash the cauliflower and remove the tough outer leaves of the cauliflower and discard. Cut cauliflower vertically into 1/4-inch-thick slices. Arrange in a single layer on prepared pan. Drizzle cauliflower with remaining tablespoon of olive oil. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Bake for 30 minutes or until golden brown.
  3. While the cauliflowers are roasting, combine all of the ingredients except the olive oil for the green sauce in a blender and process into a smooth sauce. With the motor running, open lid and slowly drizzle in olive oil. Serve with roasted cauliflowers.

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87 comments:

Katerina 19/5/13 07:58

Roasted cauliflower is something I have yet to make. I've seen it in may blogs and I really want to taste it. Your presentation and recipe made me long for it even more!

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Anne ~ Uni Homemaker 19/5/13 08:27

This is such a creative way to eat cauliflower and I'm on board! I'm really digging this parsley sauce --especially the white wine. ;)

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Vicki Bensinger 19/5/13 08:45

I'm always looking for ways to prepare cauliflower and this is one I've never tried but love the results. The parsley sauce sounds quite unique. I will definitely try this recipe soon.

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 19/5/13 10:21

A great idea¨Tasty and healthy.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Violeta Pasat 19/5/13 12:05

Hi Angie!looks so delicious and it's so simple to make.I love this kind of recipes,healthy and easy.wonderful images!
Cheers,Violeta

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Guru Uru 19/5/13 12:30

How flavoursome and delicious ;)

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru

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Beena.stephy 19/5/13 12:44

Awesome recipe. Looks yummy

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Paula @ Vintage Kitchen 19/5/13 12:59

Roasting cauliflower completely changed my idea of that vegetable. The sauce sounds so good Angie, I use parsley a lot!

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Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen 19/5/13 13:02

I've never seen a more delicious looking plate of cauliflower. We definitely need to eat more cauliflower. Happy weekend Angie.
Sam

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thecompletecookbook 19/5/13 13:25

What a heavenly way to serve cauliflower.
:-) Mandy xo

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Becki's Whole Life 19/5/13 13:26

What a great side dish! I love cauliflower and maybe your yummy parsley sauce can get the rest of my family to eat it, too!

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Belinda 19/5/13 15:18

Fantastic! Got a head of cauliflower right here....

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jehanne@thecookingdoctor 19/5/13 16:06

u made cauli looks so gourmet delicious! I love that parsley sauce, will definitely give it a go but bar the white wine:-)

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Veena Theagarajan 19/5/13 17:19

looks yummy! perfect healthy snack

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Beth 19/5/13 17:23

I've never roasted cauliflower, but I'm sure I'd love it. Roasting is my favourite way to prepare vegetables!

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easyfoodsmith 19/5/13 17:50

That is incredible simple and so delicious!

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Rosita Vargas 19/5/13 19:40

Luce exquisita y saludable me encanta la salsa de perejil también,hugs.

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Monica 19/5/13 20:15

I love cauliflower...I need to try roasting it like this!

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Gerry @Foodness Gracious 19/5/13 20:43

These look so good, simple and cheap but so tasty!!

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Claudia 19/5/13 22:49

I did not know I loved cauliflower until I roasted it. Have a lot of catching up to do. Love how you herbed this!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 19/5/13 23:03

I love roasted cauliflower! The parsley sauce sounds so good too. This year, I'm planting lots and lots of parsley because I use it so much that I always seem to run out.

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Daniela Grimburg 19/5/13 23:18

Cauliflower is one of my favorites and this is such a creative way to prepare it!
Love the parsley sauce with all its healthy and delicious ingredients.
Thank you Angie!

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Jasna Varcakovic 20/5/13 00:02

Great way to prepare this healthy vegetable, which sometimes can be boring!

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dentistvschef 20/5/13 00:12

i love the charred and caramelize roasted cauliflover...
great even more with parsley sauce!

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Ann Low 20/5/13 00:53

Angie, I like to prepare simple and healthy food in this way. Thanks for sharing :)

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OohLookBel 20/5/13 01:24

Roasted cauliflower is one of my favourite things. Have you tried baking it with quinoa as well? Delicious!

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The Yum List 20/5/13 01:29

Gorgeous photos as always. This looks like a wonderful snack or side dish.

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Susan 20/5/13 01:39

I love cauliflower and roasting is the best way. This recipe looks so scrumptious, XOXO

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lena 20/5/13 03:15

i rarely eat cauliflower but the cauliflower here that served with the parsley sauce sounds good!

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Debra Eliotseats 20/5/13 04:21

I have got to find some cauliflower!

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Amy Jo 20/5/13 04:32

Angie, roasted cauliflower is one of my all time favorite veggie dishes. This looks PERFECT!

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mjskit 20/5/13 04:49

I've never been a big fan of cauliflower but this recipe makes me want to rethink that. I love anything roasted and your parsley sauce looks like the perfect complement! Fabulous recipe!

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Elisabeth Foodandthrift 20/5/13 05:04

Angie, I love your incredible and creative roasted cauliflower....especially with the yummy parsley sauce...seriously delicious!

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Tessa @ Feral Kitchen 20/5/13 05:53

Great looking cauliflower! Lovely recipe Angie!

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Oksana 20/5/13 06:40

Nice, they are like little cauliflower wheels. I actually have some cauliflower in the fridge, gotta try this.

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Mich Piece of Cake 20/5/13 07:02

Oh wow, I love this. Will make it for sure. The sauce sounds so delish as well.

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My Kitchen Stories. 20/5/13 07:26

yummy Angie, I just love cauliflower and this is another perfect way to use it . Why not Caulilower steaks!

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Cheah ~ No-Frills Recipes 20/5/13 10:04

This is new to me.... it's nutritious and healthy and fuss-free!

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Stephanie @ henry happened 20/5/13 10:49

this is so simple and healthy! I should give it a try!

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Kitcheninspirations 20/5/13 11:57

We've been eating a lot of cauliflower these days and it great to have another way of enjoying it.

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Ridwan@Riceandcoconut 20/5/13 14:14

What a simple and healthy dish,I love cauliflower,i can't wait to make this soon :)

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kitchen flavours 20/5/13 14:36

Looks delicious, Angie! I love cauliflower and parsley, so this is definitely a winner for me!

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Gloria Baker 20/5/13 14:48

Angie Me and daugther love cauliflower! I have to try this look awesome!!
xo

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Chris Scheuer 20/5/13 15:18

I LOVE roasted cauliflower but you've taken it to a new level with this delicious sounding sauce!

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Priya Suresh 20/5/13 16:08

Guilt free,beautifully roasted cauliflower, highly inviting.

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Georgia | The Comfort of Cooking 20/5/13 16:20

This looks like such a delicious side dish, and I love the idea of a parsley sauce! I would put that on everything, esp. grilled meats and veggies!

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Hema 20/5/13 18:21

Looks delicious, especially the parsley sauce, will try it out..

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Tricia Buice 20/5/13 18:33

I haven't tried roasted cauliflower yet (I am stuck in steamer land). What a great way to slice them. You are so creative Angie - love your recipes! Sign me up for a first edition of your cookbook :) Have a great week!

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twodogsinthekitchen 20/5/13 22:59

I just happen to have all the ingredients to make this Angie! I didn't know what side to make for dinner tonight but, I'm all set now! Thank you :)

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Brooke Schweers 20/5/13 23:19

Yum! What a great way to eat your veggies :) Beautiful recipe and the parsley sauce sounds incredible! I am growing both parsley and chives in my garden so I will be trying this for sure.

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Kiersten @ Oh My Veggies 21/5/13 00:25

Ooh yum! I can't get enough of roasted cauliflower. :)

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Julia | JuliasAlbum.com 21/5/13 00:29

This looks absolutely amazing! I love that you call them cauliflower steaks! The sauce is like an Argentinian Chimichurri sauce!

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Norma Chang 21/5/13 01:41

Simple, easy, delicious and healthy, my kind of recipe. Thanks for sharing.

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Reeni 21/5/13 03:30

What a tasty preparation for cauliflower Angie! I am a lover!

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Lisa H. 21/5/13 05:56

Tasty cauli bake. Perfect for our cold weather :D

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Catherine 21/5/13 06:33

Dear Angie, The parsley sauce for this cauliflower sounds wonderful. It would be delicious with many dishes. Blessings dearest. Catherine xo

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Angela Darroch 21/5/13 07:43

What a great alternative to serving cauliflower. Great pics.

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Koko 21/5/13 07:52

So awesome! I love roasted cauliflower so much...the best!!

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Caroline - All That I'm Eating 21/5/13 12:17

This is beautiful. I love the idea of that parsley sauce.

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Blog do Chocolate 21/5/13 12:22

Hello,

Lovely photos and the receipt seems delicious indeed ! :)

Have a nice day,

Isabel

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Amy (Savory Moments) 21/5/13 12:55

I sure do love roasted cauliflower and I bet this parsley sauce really brightens it up nicely.

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Joanne 21/5/13 13:03

I've seen cauliflower steaks everywhere lately and really love the parsley sauce you topped them with!

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Anne Regalado 21/5/13 14:48

It's been quiet sometime since I've had some cauliflower :P This lovely and nutritious roasted cauliflower looks delish ! The parsley sauce adds a zing and nice aroma to this simple dish :)

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Lisa 21/5/13 15:30

I remember a few years back, I was always thrilled when a blogger posted a cauliflower recipe because I felt like it was such an underrated vegetable. Now it's taken the blogosphere by storm..and your creative take on it is making my mouth water. Love that parsley sauce! Speaking of kitchen witches..you are the kitchen (good) witch extraordinaire! So talented!

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Treatntrick Treat and Trick 21/5/13 15:54

Healthy and so yum! I'd love to try this...

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Lea Ann (Cooking On The Ranch) 21/5/13 16:50

I'm such a cauliflower fan, this is a must try for me. I love how you've sliced it. Great new idea for me.

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Pam 21/5/13 17:19

I really need to try roasting cauliflower - this looks wonderful!

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Lail | With A Spin 21/5/13 18:00

Great flavor pairing. Love the idea of cauliflower and parsley.

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Juliana 21/5/13 19:17

Parsley sauce sounds delicious with cauliflower...love the color and how simple it is...beautiful dish Angie.
Have a great week :)

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 21/5/13 22:33

A really original and pretty presentation of cauliflower. Love the caramelized flavor of roasted ones.

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Jennifer Kendall 22/5/13 02:06

i have everything to make this!!! sounds super delicious!

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Gwen 22/5/13 02:30

How funny, I just picked up a head of cauliflower at the store with out knowing what to do with it. Now I sure do. I almost always have all of these ingredients on hand!

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Food For Tots 22/5/13 03:00

It's such a creative way to enjoy cauliflower. I love the addition of the parsley sauce. It makes this dish extra flavourful.

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Dawn Yucuis 22/5/13 05:07

Sounds like a wonderful way to serve cauliflower. The parsley sauce sounds like it would go well with the cauliflower.

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Kiran @ KiranTarun.com 23/5/13 07:03

We love roasted cauliflower and I like the use of parsley sauce here. Looks so flavorful!

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http://platanosmangoes.com 23/5/13 14:25

love, love, love it....one of my favorites...

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Rita Bose 23/5/13 14:50

Mmmm! Sounds delicious! I love cauliflower! Will have to try this! :)
http://www.rita-bose-cooking.com/

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MyKitchenStove 23/5/13 20:23

It is really a very different one. I love the addition of the parsley sauce.

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Alida 23/5/13 21:30

I like the way you have done this. I will try this recipe. Looks fresh and healthy.

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Marta @ What should I eat for breakfast today 23/5/13 22:53

I really like this sauce, need to try it. At first I tought it's pesto.

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Gina Stanley 24/5/13 05:59

They look like pretty flowers instead of veggies. Tasty sounding sauce to spoon all over them too. Need more veggies to balance out all the cherries I've been eating. Lol.
-Gina-

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Helene Dsouza 24/5/13 12:50

What gorgeous lunch idea! We don't have much veggie choice at this time of the year in goa, except cauliflower, that's always there, so I am going to try your recipe one of these days. Thanks for sharing!

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Kathy 24/5/13 13:18

Roasted cauliflower was something my grandmother made weekly. Definitely a favorite of mine! Yours looks delectable!

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Ilke 25/5/13 23:34

This screams summer to me because simple, fresh and bright... Thanks for reminding simple flavors with big impact. I am looking for a spelt flour bread recipe now on your site. I have got a bag of it now and want to try one of your delicious breads.

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Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 27/5/13 00:40

What a smart idea! At first I thought it was scalloped potatoes but this is way more nutritious and inventive. Love.

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tigerfish 27/5/13 04:18

I like roasted cauliflowers and usually roast them with spices (more Indian-style). The parsley sauce here sounds very good too and so fresh!

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Amelia 29/5/13 17:29

Hi Angie, very interesting recipe. You're very innovative and an excellent cook/ baker. 2 thumbs up for you.

Have a lovely week ahead.

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