Cauliflower snack

INGREDIENTS

  • One head of fresh cauliflower, remove florets and cut into bite-sized pieces
  • 2 small cups of Cedar Nut Oil
  • 1 cup rice flour
  • Sea salt and pepper to taste

How to cook

  • In a large pot boil 5 cups of salted water. Add cauliflower florets and cook for 45 seconds.
  • Take the florets out of the boiling water, cool in cold water and lay out on the towel to dry.
  • In a large pan, add Cedar Nut Oil and heat to 200 – 250 degrees.
  • In a large bowl, combine rice flour with some salt and pepper.
  • Toss florets in the seasoned rice flour until they are well-coated.
  • Put the florets into the Cedar Nut Oil and fry at 200-250 degrees until lightly goldened.
  • Remove cauliflower from the oil and drain on paper towels.
  • Sprinkle florets with sea salt while they are still warm.
  • If there is some Cedar Nut Oil left, it can be used once more, for it doesn’t lose its properties!

Enjoy your healthy snack!

6 Comments

  1. Hello, I thought that frying wasn’t the best way of preparing food, baking or steaming (not boiling) are said to be much more gentle helping to maintain vitamins and minerals? Also, heating this valuable oil up that much surely must change its properties as there is always a chemical reaction when heat is involved?

    1. Hello Katja and thank you for your comment! You partly right but we always share the recipes with Cedar Nut Oil suggested by our subscribers and friends all over the world! How do you personally use the Oil?

  2. Hello, I thought that frying wasn’t the best way of preparing food, baking or steaming (not boiling) are said to be much more gentle helping to maintain vitamins and minerals? Also, heating this valuable oil up that much surely must change its properties as there is always a chemical reaction when heat is involved?

    1. Hello Katja and thank you for your comment! You partly right but we always share the recipes with Cedar Nut Oil suggested by our subscribers and friends all over the world! How do you personally use the Oil?

  3. Hello, I thought that frying wasn’t the best way of preparing food, baking or steaming (not boiling) are said to be much more gentle helping to maintain vitamins and minerals? Also, heating this valuable oil up that much surely must change its properties as there is always a chemical reaction when heat is involved?

    1. Hello Katja and thank you for your comment! You partly right but we always share the recipes with Cedar Nut Oil suggested by our subscribers and friends all over the world! How do you personally use the Oil?

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