воскресенье, 6 ноября 2016 г.

No end to the ways you can vary this sauce!

No end to the ways you can vary this sauce!


No end to the ways you can vary this sauce!


These sound really lovely, can’t wait to try them out! Thanks. :0)


Welcome to my website Nic.


Do let me know how you get on :0)


This sounds amazing. Haven’t had creamy sauce in 20 years.can’t wait to try.thank you trinity x


That’s fab. I am pleased that you found this recipe then – that’s a long time to wait


WOW!!! Amazing recipes! So glad they found me. Thank-you so much for sharing.


Great – that they found you too Enjoy.


This sounds delish! I’m excited about trying this real soon! Your website is very informative!


Thank u!♡


Thank you for sharing that Jules. I am excited to hear how it goes.


hi trinity!! simply stopping by to let you know how grateful i am for having found you after 30+ years of eating healthy xo you’re a dream come true


That’s wonderful to hear. I hope that you enjoy some of the recipes here – I know that great healthful recipes can make the journey so much more enjoyable!


what can I use to substitute the coconut milk? My son is allergic to coconut and all nuts.


When most people think of creamy sauces, they usually imagine dairy milk, yoghurt or cream as an essential ingredient for a lip-lickin’, smooth buttery result. Seldom do people imagine… erm, cauliflower! Having eaten a plant-based diet for the best part of 20 years, I’ve developed a real passion for finding out what new dishes I can whip of from the most random vegetables. It turns out that cauliflower, especially when blended with coconut milk, comes into it’s element as a thick, creamy ‘can’t-quite-tell-how-you-did-that-but-I-love-it’ sauce; a sauce that can be used just about anywhere that conventional cheese-type sauce would. It doesn’t just work; it’s absolutely fabulous! Not only is is super healthy (filled with an absolute abundance of nutritional goodness) it’s ridiculously simple. Oh, and it makes a splendid soup too. Really, once you get going, there is no end to the ways you can use it. Today I am just going to share five different ways.


All of these recipes serve beautifully with noodles or pasta or completely on their own as a soup.


1 small cauliflower (approximately 400g/14oz)


1 can (400ml) of organic coconut milk


Pinch of pepper (optional)


Chop the cauliflower and cook in a large saucepan (with lid) along with the coconut milk (no water). Bring to the boil and then turn down to a simmer.


Take the cardamom seeds out of the pods and chop them with a knife. Chop or crush them as finely as you can (within reason) to unleash their flavour. Toss in the pan.


Peel and crush the garlic cloves and add to the pan along with the salt. Note: If you are using the oven at the same time, roast the garlic first to really bring out the flavour (it's not essential at all, but it does add a bit of culinary magic if you can).


Simmer for 20 minutes or until you can easily pierce the cauliflower with a fork. Then blend everything together until creamy, using a jug blender or hand blender.


Pour over pasta or noodles and enjoy.


No end to the ways you can vary this sauce!


Alternative version 1: “Roasted Pepper & Garlic Sauce”


Use 1 sweet pepper and 3 cloves of garlic.


Roast the sweet pepper and garlic in a hot oven… To do this, keep the garlic in its skin and place on an oven tray along with the pepper and place in a pre-heated oven (gas mark 7/425°C/220°F should work fine). Roast garlic for up to 10 minutes and the pepper for about 15-20 minutes (or until the pepper is easy to pierce). No need to let the pepper char.


It’s best to wait until the garlic cools down a little before you pop it out of it’s skin. Gently chop off the top; then squeeze out the fleshy garlic and place in a jug ready to blend with everything else.


Blend in the pepper and garlic with the original recipe and enjoy either creamy smooth or rustic.


Alternative version 2: “Mushroom Sauce”


Sautee 2oog of mushrooms and one medium sized onion in coconut oil and then add to the blended sauce for a chunky mushroom sauce or delicious soup.


Alternative version 3: “Scheezy Sauce”


Add two heaped tablespoons of nutritional yeast extract for a scheezy sauce.


Alternative version 4: “Super Easy Stock Cube Sauce”


Leave out the cardamom and sea salt and add a couple of vegan stock cubes for a super easy immediate infusion of flavour.


Alternative version 5: “Totally Coconut Sauce”


Add up to 100g of creamed coconut block or up to 200g of coconut cream to the mix before blending – for a sensational infusion of coconut.


And just in case that’s not enough…


“Delicious Dreamy Cauliflower Soup”


The amazing thing is that this all of the above versions can be enjoyed on their own as soup. Blend and eat as it is or add some more of your favourite vegetables once cooked.


The limit really is your imagination


This versatile, culinary delight can be used for lasagne sauce, in vegetable bakes or with veggies as sauce to serve on top of rice. Maybe you can dream up a favourite version of your own!


A reader favourite from Angelicious


This Cauliflower Sauce recipe is a firm favourite from my latest book Angelicious, which is jam packed with over 100 delicious recipes (that you won’t find anywhere else – apart from the occasional one being shared like this on my website). Check it out here:


Original article and pictures take http://www.trinityskitchen.com/creamy-cauliflower-sauce-5-vegan-ways/ site

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