Need an easy, yet impressive, appetizer or a sensational side dish? This multitasking Roasted Cauliflower with Tahini Dressing will knock your socks right off!
Cauliflower and Good Intentions:
Bear with me while I philosophize for a sec… I’ve been thinking lately about the concept of perception.
Perception is reality. Or at least a person’s perception is their view of reality. If I see a situation in a certain way, that is the truth as far as I know it. It remains the truth, unless at some point my eyes are opened to another possibility.
Under most circumstances, it doesn’t matter what my perception is. We all hold various opinions and most of us are happy enough to let others have theirs. Yet a problem lies when we have a perception that could be harmful to others, or others have a certain view that is harmful to ourselves.
The “good intentions” of others can be dangerous. They can throw you off course, setting you on a path you were not meant to take.
Listening to someone’s perception of who you are, instead of listening to your heart, leads to many missed opportunities. Think of it in the light of peer pressure. How many people have made stupid decisions because of what their friends said or did?
It’s a delicate balance to stay open-minded and learn from others, yet not allow people to influence important life decisions.
You know, cauliflower could be your missed opportunity. (It’s a stretch, but stay with me.)
Cauliflower is one of those vegetables that usually gets a bad rap. It’s a veggie that most people think they don’t like, even if they haven’t tried it since the grade-school cafeteria medley of overcooked carrots, broccoli and cauliflower florets.
Your perception of cauliflower may need a little “tweaking” and I would like to offer you the golden key to the door of cauliflower deliciousness.
This Roasted Cauliflower with Tahini Dressing Recipe is A-MAZING.
Tender cauliflower florets with crisp smoky edges, drizzled in a zesty creamy tahini dressing.
The tahini dressing is a lovely amalgamation of nutty sesame paste, sumac, and fresh dill. Sumac, a popular middle-eastern spice, offers an earthy citrus flavor that brightens the tahini and compliments the dill. With a quick whiz in the blender the dressing is ready for drizzling or dipping.
This Roasted Cauliflower with Tahini Dressing is a sure-thing.
It works as an elegant first course, a casual party snack, or a delightful side dish with any protein. I would bet money your pickiest veggie eater could be swayed by this roasted cauliflower recipe!
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