While cruising through the vegetable bin in my refrigerator, I spotted a big golden cauliflower. Roasted veggies are an easy-to-prepare staple at our house, but I wanted to try something new.
A quick search lead me to this easy and tasty recipe featuring roasted cauliflower and shallots, but also something called dukka(h), an Egyptian nut and spice blend. The dukkah made the dish really good. Later we mixed the spice mixture with a little olive oil for dipping pita chips and bread.
We followed this recipe, but used kale and chard from our garden and more of the greens than in the recipe. We also used some torpedo onions from the farmers market in addition to shallots.
Prep time: 30 minutes
Cook time: 30 minutes
Roasted cauliflower, shallots and greens:
(For 8 servings, using all of the dukkah)