Turmeric Cauliflower Steaks

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These oven-roasted turmeric seasoned cauliflower steaks are easy to prepare and would make an excellent vegetarian side or light dinner.

  • 2 Medium cauliflowers (about 2 kg)
  • 60 ml Extra virgin olive oil
  • 2 tsp Ground turmeric
  • Sea salt
  • Freshly milled black pepper
  • Fresh herbs, chopped, to serve
  • Thinly sliced red chilli, to serve
  1. Preheat oven to 180C/350F. Line a large baking tray with parchment paper.
  2. Cut the cauliflower into four 1.5cm-thick slices, leaving base intact.
  3. Whisk the olive oil with the turmeric in a bowl until combined. Brush over cauliflower steaks and place them in the prepared baking tray. Grind some black pepper and sea salt over.
  4. Roast cauliflower in the oven for 25-30 minutes or until tender and crisp. Scatter with chopped herbs and thinly sliced red chilli, to serve.

http://schneiderchen.de | © 2018 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com

http://schneiderchen.de | © 2018 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com


Evolve With Mary 8/3/18 04:29

I’ve always wanted to make cauliflower steaks, and I never use turmeric in my cooking so I have to try this recipe. You make veggies so exciting Angie, thank you for that ;)

Balvinder Ubi 8/3/18 04:48

The steaks look adorable, Angie. Mine never comes out this good.

Rafeeda AR 8/3/18 07:59

I am looking at interesting ways of having cauliflower and here it is! I may just sub butter for olive oil and try this for my lunch some day... lovely clicks as usual!

Rosa 8/3/18 08:05

They look delicious! A great way of serving cauliflower.



Chris Scheuer 8/3/18 13:08

They look amazing Angie, I love the golden exterior!

No Spoon Necessary 8/3/18 14:10

I am a HUGE fan of all things cauliflower, especially cauliflower steaks, so I am totally drooling over these, Angie!!! Love the use of tumeric and that beautiful golden color! These "steaks" look just amazing! Cheers, friend!

Koko 8/3/18 16:21

Angie I am big into cauliflower steaks right now! These look so simple and so delicious - loving the colour!

Pam 8/3/18 17:14

What a great idea! They look delicious.

Liz Berg 8/3/18 18:35

YUM!!! Love that you used turmeric---perfect for my achy joints! Plus a beautiful and delicious side dish.

Amy (Savory Moments) 8/3/18 19:33

As always, these looks amazingly delicious, Angie!! And so pretty!

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 8/3/18 22:07

I love all members of the cruciferous family! Adding tumeric and herbs sounds like a delicious idea, Angie! Pinning :)

Louise - Cooking with kids 8/3/18 22:53

Oooh, these look amazing and are really healthy - great idea! Thanks for sharing

Debra Eliotseats 8/3/18 23:35

Love the way the red chili adds to the lovely color of these steaks!

Tricia Buice 9/3/18 01:10

This is going on my list of must make recipes Angie - we love turmeric and cauliflower too - a win/win for us! Thanks so much for sharing this recipe. It's really lovely.

noobcook 9/3/18 02:48

I love making roasted curry cauliflower, your presentation of cauliflower steaks is even more beautiful :)

Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 9/3/18 05:12

Angie, I haven't used turmeric in anything in years! I don't know why - I guess I just forget about it. This looks like something I need to make very soon.

Evelyne CulturEatz 9/3/18 15:36

I have never heard of cauliflower steaks before, what a great idea. Love the blue plate!

Sue/the view from great island 9/3/18 15:46

Do you think these would hold up on a charcoal grill, Angie? They're amazing!

Anca 9/3/18 18:17

I recently made cauliflower steak and it's delicious. I've used turmeric too, it does give a lovely flavour. Yum.

Elisabeth Foodandthrift 9/3/18 18:31

This blows away the overrated roasted cauliflower pieces any time. I love cauliflower in any shape and form, but these colorful steaks is the ultimate creation that I have not seen so far! Great job, Angie...a must try!

2pots2cook 9/3/18 18:36

Please tell me you deliver !

Alida 9/3/18 21:05

Gorgeous! Turmeric is just amazing, I use it too in cooking every so often.

Kinga K. 10/3/18 00:32

Looks really great ♥

Gloria Baker 10/3/18 02:11

I love cauliflowers and these look delicious Angie :) :)

Priya 10/3/18 08:12

These cauliflower looks stunning... you know what cauliflower is my favorite veggie and i can have it anytime.. I LOVEEEEE this recipe

grace 10/3/18 18:57

cauliflower steaks are such a great dish, and i love how you've flavored yours!!

fimère .b 10/3/18 20:49

excellente idée tout simplement délicieux
bonne soirée

Pam 10/3/18 22:00

I just bought turmeric not to long ago and need a good recipe to try. So glad I found this one, Angie! Your cauliflower looks really delicious and I'm looking forward to trying it! Thanks!

Monica 11/3/18 03:58

I need to make some cauliflower steaks. I doubt mine would turn out so beautifully (slicing them properly seems daunting) but I can try. Thanks for the inspiration.

claudia lamascolo 11/3/18 14:10

I am going to make these today! This is right up my alley! Thanks for posting!

Katerina 11/3/18 18:11

They look absolutely delicious and what a color!

Jeff 11/3/18 19:57

I've never heard of a cauliflower steak, but I'm sure glad that you've introduced me to them. They look fantastic!

Abbe@This is How I Cook 12/3/18 04:25

I love making cauliflower steaks though I haven't tried them with turmeric yet! Thanks Angie!

Vicki Bensinger 12/3/18 15:26

I love these healthy slabs of cauliflower. Cauliflower seems like the new rage now and with the addition of turmeric to make it even better for you. Nice recipe.

Agness of Run Agness Run 12/3/18 18:43

As a passionate lover of cauliflower, these steaks are something I will have to try, Angie! My mouth is watering just from seeing your recipe!

lisa is cooking 12/3/18 21:35

These look delicious! We're at the very end of the cauliflower season here, and I'm hoping I can find more before they're gone.

Jeanette | Jeanette's Healthy Living 13/3/18 02:25

I love the idea of cauliflower steaks - they look so substantial cut that way.

mjskit 13/3/18 04:20

Ok...I think you might have just changed my mind about cauliflower. These little "steaks" look awesome!

Nammi 13/3/18 06:54

Oh yumm, this looks so good!! I love cauliflower but I have very limited amount of ideas on what to make with them!

Angie Schneider 13/3/18 11:16

@Sue/the view from great island It should work, Sue, and would be even more beautiful with the grill marks.

Emma @ Bake Then Eat 13/3/18 14:02

As a vegetarian this is embarrassing to admit, but I have never had cauliflower steak! These look amazing Angie, so bookmarking them to give them a try the flavours sound wonderful.

Evi 13/3/18 19:10

I love love love cauliflower steaks! Your version looks amazing, Angie!

Eva Taylor 13/3/18 20:39

I am loving turmeric, it has such a wonderful, earthy flavour against the sweet roasted cauliflower. I have been using fresh because it seems to be more potent and I love it's anti-inflamatory properties. I will have to try these gorgeous steaks, I bet they'd be amazing on the BBQ too!

tigerfish 14/3/18 00:51

Perfectly roasted! Look at the golden hue, and lightly-charred brown surface/edges. Been a while since I roasted cauliflower steaks. They are so delicious.

Kitchen Riffs 14/3/18 01:28

Love cauliflower steaks! But why haven't I made them with turmeric? Great idea -- definitely going to try this recipe. Thanks!

Dawn Yucuis 14/3/18 03:14

Sounds like a delicious way to make cauliflower.

kitchen flavours 14/3/18 07:26

Cauliflower is one of my favourites and I could eat a plateful of these!

Nava K 14/3/18 07:58

Sincerely, thank you for this fab brilliant idea. Gonna make for our next Saturday vegetarian meal.

Eva Taylor 14/3/18 15:26

It is snowing lightly as I type this comment, winter isn't over yet which makes this dish the perfect meal. I love that it takes three days, that way you're not stuck in the kitchen bending over a pot for hours at end. Plus, I love that it allows you to skim of the excess fat. I have a lamb shank recipe that I make a day in advance because lamb shanks also tend to be quite fatty and although some people love the richness, I can't do it. Your dish looks rich and delicious.

Karen (Back Road Journal) 14/3/18 18:54

I have a large cauliflower in my fridge at the moment. I was going to use half of it with pasta, I now know what I'm doing with the rest of it.

Ashley@CookNourishBliss 14/3/18 20:48

Yassss! I love cauliflower steaks! These sound delicious!

Shashi 15/3/18 11:34

I simply LOVE the idea of these cauliflower steaks! so flavorful and colroful!


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