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Have you ever roasted frozen Cauliflower?

Posted by angelaid (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 7, 12 at 14:19

I have a bag in the freezer I need to use up.


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RE: Have you ever roasted frozen Cauliflower?

I think I'd be more inclined to use it in a potato/cauliflower mash with a bit of parmesan cheese.

/tricia


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RE: Have you ever roasted frozen Cauliflower?

Frozen cauliflower doesn't take long to cook. Thinking it would not come out like fresh roasted, but wouldn't be a total fail if roast FAST & HOT!?! Maybe seasoned and tossed with some nice olive oil and then into a hot oven... 425-450?!?


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RE: Have you ever roasted frozen Cauliflower?

The freezing process causes the veggies to lose a lot of moisture when it thaws.
if you thaw it and roast it it will be tough and dry...if you roast it frozen it will be watery.
Find something else to do with it.


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RE: Have you ever roasted frozen Cauliflower?

Cauliflower soup would be my choice.


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RE: Have you ever roasted frozen Cauliflower?

Cauliflower cheese soup!!! yeah!


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RE: Have you ever roasted frozen Cauliflower?

It roasts just fine from frozen. Not slushy at all - at least the stuff I get isn't. Tastes the same as fresh. The heat evaporates all the water.


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RE: Have you ever roasted frozen Cauliflower?

Ditto on what islay said...hot oven 425 srinkle grated cheese halfway through , drizzle olive oil. It is delicious.


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RE: Have you ever roasted frozen Cauliflower?

I had not ever even 'heard' of grilling Collyflower,
(you English majors, get out your whips). I've GOT
to try it. But I'm athinkin that I would prolly
heat up some habanero Cheeze Whiz, and drizzle it
over the top, YUMMMMM. Yup, gotta do it, 'cause
collyflower is pleniful in the stores right now.
Thanks for the tip... (for those of you that might
not realize it, I like to spell things the way they
sound, and don't get me goin about 'Kansas' and
'Arkansas').


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