Seriously though, why do people waste so much of their energy trying to persuade others to change their ways?? I think they need to take a couple of yoga classes and refocus their energy internally. But hey, that is just my opinion, and no one has to follow that advice, because they have the CHOICE to do whatever they want. I post recipes, rants, advice, and just general thoughts on my blog. If someone finds a new recipe to try or a new workout, that is great. However, if they do not like my recipes, rants, or workouts, that is okay and 100% acceptable. Go visit another of the 1.3 billion blogs on that thing known as the “internet.”
Okay, enough on haters. Let’s talk about cauliflower….. odd transition?? Haha.
I love cauliflower. It is best when fresh from the farmer’s market, but sometimes I buy frozen and it is still pretty versatile. Mashed cauliflower, roasted cauliflower, cauliflower hummus, there are so many different things you can make, even cauliflower tortillas. Yesterday, I tried making cauliflower tortillas, and they did turn out pretty yummy. I added some garlic and jalapenos for a little kick. I will say this though, they are really annoying to make…. Possibly because I did not follow the instructions on the various recipes I looked up, that step of squeezing out the water. After I steamed the cauliflower, it did not seem watery, so I skipped that step. When I baked the tortillas though, they were very difficult to flip. Maybe next time, I will try squeezing out the water and see if they are a little easier to cook. They were still delicious though.
1 head cauliflower
1 tsp. dried oregano
1 tsp minced garlic
Salt, pepper to taste
- Preheat oven to 375.
- Put the entire cauliflower into your food processor, stem removed. Pulse the head until it looks like rice. You may need to do numerous batches to process the whole head of cauliflower.
- After you have riced the entire cauliflower, cook the cauliflower in the microwave for about 6-8 minutes.
- When the cauliflower is done, try to squeeze out any excess water. (A lot of recipes have said to do this with a dish towel, but I think the cauliflower would stick, so I skipped this step)
- Mix egg, oregano, salt, and pepper in with the cauliflower.
- Using a ¼ to ½ cup measuring cup, place small balls of the mixture onto a parchment lined cookie sheet (grease the parchment paper with olive oil). Softly, press the balls down into tortilla shapes.
- Cook for approximately 10-12 min per side. Keep an eye on them and let them get a nice golden brown on each side.