once upon a time, my father introduced me to this cauliflower dish. about 10 years later, when i tell people about it, it’s usually new to them. as it makes its way into our new year’s menu all the time, i thought it was a cool entry for the new year. it’s relatively quick and easy, plus it’s a nice way to include veggies in your meal. (ingredients in bold)
first, you want to select a big cauliflower. use your pot as a guide. it’s simple. get a cauliflower that you can fit into one of your pots. make sense right? yuh just want to boil it in some water to soften it a little, because it has to go into the oven still.
for this you can use a sauce pan, but yuh know how we duz do it right? iron pot! add to the pot (preferably in this order) evaporated milk, a lil butter, some corn flower, salt and black pepper to your liking. flavour it how you like. pops will drop some basil or oregano in there depending on his mode. put some heat on that and give it an occasional stir. you’re lookin for a thickish mixture that’s still fluid enough to pour.
and this is proof that you can teach an old vegetable new tricks.
leh we bubble.