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    Fried Cauliflower

    I just made some fried cauliflower and it is really good!

    Cut the cauliflower into pieces like small trees not little crumbs.
    Boil the pieces in a couple quarts of water and a little salt and with 2 capfuls of liquid crab boil preferably Zaterains for about 5 or ten minutes and rinse in cold water, let cool.
    Prepare an egg dredge, I use Walmart’s brand of Egg Beaters, not as greasy as whole eggs.
    I buy the quart a put it in ice cube trays and store them in the freezer in a zip lock bag.
    When I need them I put about 4 cubes in a thin walled plastic container that I will use to dredge what I am going to cook and float the container in some warm water to speed up defrosting.
    Dredge the califlower floweretts in the egg and cover with Italian style bread crumbs, Progresso is what I use.
    Deep fry around 375 degrees until golden brown and drain on paper towels!
    Enjoy!
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    Dads and my way were to feed all the cauliflower and broccoli we could to the steers then eat the steaks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by country gent View Post
    Dads and my way were to feed all the cauliflower and broccoli we could to the steers then eat the steaks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by country gent View Post
    Dads and my way were to feed all the cauliflower and broccoli we could to the steers then eat the steaks.
    YES!

    NOTHING makes cauliflower edible LOL broccoli is okay in a stir fry with all the other flavors going on that mask it... or broccoli smothered in cheddar cheese sauce... any other way? Yech!

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    Ha ha ! I grew up eating cauliflower and broccoli but I guess it I was introduced to it as an adult I might not like it too!

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    Oh, it was definitely my introduction as a child that confirms my belief the only way to eat collie flower, brokely and Lam's Quarter is to feed it through a beef critter and then grill said beef critter!
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    eggplants fall into the same way. the one year Moms eggplants really produced, all the neighbors started locking there cars afraid of "donations"

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    I did some baked sliced cauliflower covered with Old Bay years ago. Thought it was good.

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    I love cauliflower and broccoli... I also like Eggplant when it's cooked right... Not to mention Brussel Sprouts...

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    I break up cauliflower and coat it with seasoning salt, garlic powder, oregano, lemon and olive oil. Bake it at 350 degrees for 40 minutes. Granddaughter's allergic to broccoli so we only eat it when we go out. Fried is good too, tempura batter and toss it in after the shrimp and fries.
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