Chilli Roasted Cauliflower and Feta Salad

Chilli Roasted Cauliflower and Feta Salad

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How synchronicitous! I just roasted cauliflower today and ended up eating it straight out of the pan. :-) Well now I will try it again in this lovely salad. Yum!

  • I totally agree it's delicious straight out of the pan, thank you!

  • LunaCafe — Saturday 2nd May 2009 12:08 am

    Good conclusion Bron. My son will eat his veggies, but with the daughter, it's a constant battle! She too loves her fruit. I think the equation changes as they grow up. I don't ever remember eating cawliflower as a child, but I enjoy it now, more with a crunch to it...better like your salad that's taken the humble flower to a new level.In winter we are so flooded with them, that they are avaiable at Rs 5 a kilo (that's about 1/10 of a US $), & a kilo is a LOT!!

  • Thank you for your sweet comment Deeba, we have an abundance of cauliflower here to going into Winter

  • deeba — Saturday 2nd May 2009 1:13 am

    I *adore* well as all of the other ingredients in this salad! Will have to make this recipe! Thanks, Bron :)

  • Thank you Tami, I love them all too! I made it again last night with an addition of Chorizo sausage as I was low on Feta, doubly delicious!

  • tami — Saturday 2nd May 2009 8:02 am

    Just tried this out today, and it is all things glorious. Great combination of flavors. I may need to eat the whole batch!

  • Hi Tiffany, your comment made my day, thank you so so much! I'm really glad you enjoyed it, thanks again.

  • Tiffany — Saturday 2nd May 2009 2:10 pm

    Your recipe looks gorgeous. I could eat that for dinner with a hunk of bread & I'd be good to go! My little one eats some pretty unusual things for a kid like asparagus and artichokes, but I'm still working on the majority of the others. Maybe roasting would help?

  • Thank you Lori, yes asparagus is quite strange for kids to like, mine certainly won't touch it. I do think roasting is a great way to introduce new foods.

  • Lori @ RecipeGirl — Saturday 2nd May 2009 3:13 pm

    I love cauliflower, we all do. we have it at least once a week. What a wonderful combination u have done here!! My 2 girls love their veggies...

  • Thank you Soma, I'm sure your girls love everything that comes from your delicious kitchen, mmm yum

  • Soma — Saturday 2nd May 2009 4:01 pm

    I agree that roasting vegetables brings their natural flavour and sweetness out.
    I have never had roasted cauliflower, I had roasted broccoli and I love it.
    I'm going to try this soon. I actually had cauliflower today with "Béchamel" like my mother used to make (I added some curry as my personal touch).

  • Hi Pia,
    adding curry to Béchamel sounds like a wonderful idea, all kinds of curry flavours work well with Cauliflower,
    thank you so much for your lovely comment

  • Pia — Sunday 3rd May 2009 7:12 am

    Hi Bron, have discovered your beautiful blog just recently. Last night I made this salad and oh my gosh it was just the bomb! Love the chorizo idea too....

    belisama — Monday 4th May 2009 6:52 pm

    This is definitely something I'd like to eat. :) And your photograph of it is absolutely beautiful...tantalizing and inviting.

    Murasaki Shikibu — Tuesday 5th May 2009 6:23 am

    Oh - so many of my favourite things in one dish! Roasted cauliflower was a real revelation the first time I tried it, and I love the idea of adding feta.

    Jeanne — Thursday 7th May 2009 12:19 pm

    Roasted cauliflower is so good and it sounds like it would go really well in this salad!

    Kevin — Sunday 31st May 2009 5:55 am

    what a great idea to combine chillies w/caulifl and olives!

    Jaden — Thursday 17th September 2009 2:04 am

    LOVED it. This was sooooo uexpectedly good! And surprisingly not at all fennel-ly'. Such a hearty dish too. Makes me want to make the cheddar-apple soup for fall and make it a meal with this.

    Merilen — Monday 26th October 2015 6:49 pm

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