I had cooked cauliflower in the fridge, leftover tomato sauce and mozzarella, and then Juliet sent me the link to a tutorial for cauliflower pizza. I wasn't overly excited about it, as I have made cauliflower pizza a few times and it hasn't always turned out well. Well this time it turned out a lot better, so I thought I'd share the recipe with you.
It's perfect for when you have cooked cauliflower leftover and ready to use. If you don't, I recommend following the tutorial. That is, if you can bare watching this video. The recipe is great but the guy just drives me crazy. It is so sing-songy that I found it nearly unbearable. He actually says "press this in-around the outside, around the outside, around the outside.."
Anyway here is what I did- I grated 1 full cauliflower, using my attachment on my food processor. It can be done by hand as well. This makes cauliflower "rice". I then stir fried it with 1 onion. Easy as that. It made a ton! I then put it in Tupperware in the fridge to have to eat with meals throughout the week, instead of traditional rice. After eating it as rice a few times I used what was left for this pizza. It actually reminded me a bit of the Cauliflower Fritters we made last summer.
- cooked cauliflower- as described
- 1 egg
- goat cheese
- tomato sauce
- toppings of choice
- preheat oven to 400 F
- Combine cauliflower with egg, goat cheese and Parmesan. Flatten down into a patty on a baking sheet or round pizza pan.
- Bake for about 10 minutes. Flip over
- Add toppings and bake for another 10 minutes or until crispy and cheese is melted.