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Middle Eastern Inspired Cauliflower

Cauliflower is one of those vegetables that really can lend itself to any flavors - a blank canvas of sorts, but that by no means translates to it being boring - although some people may claim it as such!  Let's be honest, pretty much ANYTHING is bland and boring if its not seasoned or cooked properly, so throw those opinions out the window.   In this preparation, there are some delicious flavor combinations that are Lebanese inspired - tahini, pomegranate, pistachio, and mint.   And the piping-hot roasting of the cauliflower lends a rich, nutty taste.  Roasted cauliflower like this could stand on its own, but also holds up to extremely bold flavors, such as the above!  A delicious combo, and SUPER simple to boot. Let's get to it!
Roasted Cauliflower, Lebanese-Style Half head cauliflower, sliced, or separated into medium size florets 3 T olive oil Kosher Salt Fresh ground pepper Tahini dressing, see below 1/4 C pomegranate seeds (arils!) 2 T mint, chopped 1/4 c pistachios, roasted, sal…

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