Happy National Nutrition Month! This month we are all about delicious recipes and tips that will make eating healthy something you actually look forward to. To kick things off, we wanted to share with you one of the favorite recipes: Buffalo Cauliflower!
I know. Cauliflower. Not the most exciting topic in the world. Unless you go to school at New Orleans College Prep, where “Orange Broccoli,” as the kids are calling it, is all the rage.
We love this recipe because it is simple, quick, and easy, but still packs a huge punch of flavor that can make almost anyone eat their vegetables (buffalo sauce makes everything better in our opinion). This is also a great way to introduce new food into your diet. So celebrate National Nutrition Month in style with this recipe, and let us know what you think. Buffalo Cauliflower– for even the most dedicated veggie hater.
SNP Buffalo Cauliflower
Makes 4 Servings
-1 head cauliflower, cut into florets
-1 tablespoon olive or canola oil
– ½- ¾ cup buffalo hot sauce, any brand you like!
-Parsley to taste, minced
-½ tsp each kosher salt and pepper
1) Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
2) Toss cauliflower florets with oil, salt and pepper. Place on sheet pan in one layer and roast until browned and crisp, about 25 minutes.
3) Remove from oven and let cool briefly. Place cauliflower in bowl. Drizzle hot sauce over top and toss to coat.
4) Sprinkle with chopped parsley before serving. If desired, serve with celery sticks and ranch or bleu cheese dressing on the side, and enjoy!
—Posted by Hana Rabin, Development Intern