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Cauliflower Steak



The essence of community and the joy of shared meals come alive in the heartwarming stories from Lift UP's Supper Club. Natasha Butcher-Cook, our Supper Club Coordinator, marvels at how the aroma of delicious food has the power to bring people together. This was evident in our March class at The Roselyn, where the tantalizing scent of cauliflower steaks with sautéed onions drew in passersby, transforming a small gathering into a bustling group of food enthusiasts.


This recipe brought out the enthusiasm of participants like Michael, who reserved his special plate for this dish, and another attendee who requested it for her 90th birthday celebration. Here's the recipe that brought a sense of community to our gathering.

Cauliflower Steak


Ingredients

  • 1 head cauliflower, cut into ½ inch steaks

  • 1 tsp rosemary

  • 1 tsp thyme

  • ½ tsp paprika

  • 3 cloves garlic, minced

  • ½ onion, sliced

  • Olive oil for coating


Instructions


Preheat your oven to 450 degrees.


Cut the cauliflower into steak-like slices, about ½ inch thick.


Combine rosemary, thyme, paprika, minced garlic, and sliced onion with olive oil to create a marinade. Coat the cauliflower steaks evenly.


Let the steaks marinate for at least one hour, or overnight for enhanced flavor.

Place the marinated steaks on a baking sheet and bake at 450 degrees for about 10 minutes, or until tender.


Serve and enjoy the warmth and deliciousness!


Nutrition Facts


Cauliflower, the star of this dish, is not only delicious but also packed with fiber and protein. It's rich in potassium, iron, and vitamin K1, promoting fullness and digestive health. Onions, another key ingredient, are loaded with antioxidants and boast anti-inflammatory properties, aiding in blood pressure management and gut health.


Perfect Pairings for Your Cauliflower Steaks: Complement your oven-roasted cauliflower steaks with a variety of sides to enhance your dining experience. Consider pairing these vegan steaks with a quinoa salad, a side of steamed green beans, or a tangy coleslaw. For a heartier meal, serve them alongside garlic mashed potatoes or a wild rice pilaf. Don't forget a drizzle of balsamic glaze or a sprinkle of toasted almonds for that extra touch of flavor. These combinations not only offer a balanced meal but also cater to those seeking healthy cauliflower dishes or gluten-free cauliflower steak recipes.


Just as cauliflower florets come together to form a wholesome vegetable, our combined efforts and partnerships are crucial in cultivating a thriving community. We invite you to try this recipe and experience the joy of cooking and sharing, just as we do at Lift UP's Supper Club. Here's to creating more than just meals, but moments of unity and joy.

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