May 17, 2009

urp.

















Dude, I am so full I might pop.  

That photo above is baked cauliflower.  

Tonight I ate:
2 Dr. Prager TexMex bean burgers with lettuce and tomatoes
cauliflower baked up in the oven
baked sweet potato cubes  

So.  Full.

Might.  Die.

Low.  Calorie.




6 comments:

Iheartfashion said...

What do you add to the cauliflower when you bake it? Looks delicious!

Pancakes & French Fries said...
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Jules said...

I was going to ask the same thing. Maybe paprika or tumeric to give it that golden crusty look? Are you also be baking it at a low temp at first and them pumping it up? When I bake my cauliflower and am in a hurry, putting it at a high temp cooks it fine, but I get super dark parts.

GoTime said...

Love baked cauliflower, add almost any cheese, butter, and for a golden brown crisp, you can broil it just for a sec.

JJ said...

Sometimes I drizzle olive oil on it as instructed. Other times I save the calories and do it without any oil.

I bake it at 450 from the get-go. I LOVE those crunchies. Dark brown is YUM.

I read a good recipe that added curry and paprika to the (olive oil) mix before baking. I am trying to lose weight though. I don't want much olive oil sitting on my ass.

ADG said...

Just found your blog. Off the freakin' hook funny.

ADG