Roasted Cauliflower w/ Marcona Almonds, Pickled Raisins & Shallots

I have found the perfect vegetable side dish.

I know I say that about a lot of recipes I make, but truly, this is the one.

I love roasted cauliflower with just olive oil and kosher salt.
Unadulterated is just fine, however, this makes something great, even greater.

Here are those gorgeous pickled raisins again, along w/ pickled onions........I can't get I am pairing them w/ the roasted cauliflower, and adding in some chopped Marcona almonds......and some capers......and some parsley.......this is sooo good.

Here's how:

1 medium size head of cauliflower, cut into small florets
olive oil
kosher salt & pepper
1/4 cup of Marcona almonds, chopped
handful of fresh parsley, chopped
1/3 cup of pickled raisins & pickled shallots (recipe here) and some of the pickling juice
1 tbsp drained capers (optional)
more olive oil & sea salt to finish

Roast the cauliflower florets w/ some kosher salt & olive oil in a 400F oven for 20-25 minutes, turning them once, so all sides are caramelized.

Toss the hot vegetable with the rest of the ingredients and season with some sea salt at the end, and maybe a drizzle of olive oil if needed.

Garnish w/ fresh parsley and serve warm or at room temperature.



Natalia said…
I have a new computer and haven't been logging on here as often, making my comments on FB instead. This is a recipe I can't wait to try. Cauliflower is the new cool vegetable in our house, especially with my nearly grown kids so I know there won't be any leftovers!
Oui, Chef said…
Pickled condiments make EVERYTHING better, especially a veg like cauliflower which has such a mild flavor. Brava!
Stacey. I think you should start selling pickled raisins and shallots! This dish sounds awesome. Thank you for sharing1
Stacey Snacks said…
Not a bad idea! but who would buy them???

;) Stacey
Me! And then you could start selling it to Whole Foods and Trader Joe's...
Patsy said…
Please, readers....let's not distract Stacey from the more important task of working on the Henry's lunchbox cookbook!