Whether you know it as cauliflower cheese or cauliflower gratin there are a range of recipes to cook this popular side dish or vegetarian main.
An excellent side dish for roast dinners or you could stir in some tinned cannellini bean to make a vegetarian dinner. The magic is in these cheese sauce - so once you've got that down you can add any other veggies to the dish you would like.
A baked gratin of cauliflower and broccoli with a thick cheese sauce. Crunchy walnuts are added on top. It's just as good served on its own or as a side dish.
Cauliflower, mayo, Dijon mustard and cheese are combined in this simple and easy microwave dish. The cauliflower may be left whole, just remove the core before cooking.
This crispy-topped bake will win over even fussy eaters who claim they don't like vegetables. It's very convenient because it can be prepared in advance and baked just before serving. (Prepare through Step 4. Cover and refrigerate for up to 2 days.) Frozen vegetables can also be used.
This is a great recipe for a smooth, rich and tasty cauliﬂower cheese, that is a perfect side dish to any roast or steak. Prepared ahead just heat to serve.
I didn't really like cauliflower until I learned I've been cooking it wrong! This recipe is even simpler than your standard cauliflower cheese.
Baked cauliflower is luscious as a side dish. Here it is layered with mashed potato, spinach and melted cheese.
This is a great vegetarian dish with lots of flavour or it is equally a good side dish to give a bit more spunk to the traditional boiled cauliflower and broccoli.
This is a great side if you are looking for something a bit bold or can even be used as a main component of a vegetarian meal.
An excellent version of cauliflower soup with lots of veggies, cheese and beer. You can cut the amount of butter used for frying if you wish. A good way to eat cauliflower cos it stays in chunks.