Baked Cauliflower Recipe
We both love fries and we hate the smell that permeates the house. No matter how much we pay attention, the kitchen smells of frying for at least 1 day. Especially if it is winter and we cannot open a glass-balcony, the smell becomes even stronger. I have developed a few tactics myself to reduce this odor.
First of all, I always close a lid on the pan while frying and open this lid as little as possible. Most of the time, it is enough to turn the fries once to turn the fries and once to remove the oil from the frying.
I start the aspirator as soon as I put the pan on the stove. If the weather permits, I open the balcony door. After the frying process is over, I take the frying pan to the balcony.
In spite of all these, I definitely can't stand it if you say to the smell of frying, I will suggest a more radical solution for you. Bake your roast in the oven. It will be both less oily and less fragrant. Of course, its flavor will not be like frying, but unfortunately, as in many other areas, it is not possible both to the side of the window and behind the driver in the dining world. You have to make a choice. Fortunately, when you choose the oven with this recipe, there is not much loss of flavor. Especially with the effect of parmesan, the result is amazing. If you do not want to use Parmesan, you can use any hard cheese that is aged like old cheddar or not at all.
- 700 g cauliflower,
- 1 egg,
- 1/2 cup milk,
- 3 tablespoons flour,
- 3 tbsps thinly grated parmesan cheese,
- 1 teaspoon salt,
- 1 cup breadcrumbs.
- Break the cauliflower into florets,
- Boil the cauliflower florets until slightly cooked down but not fully softened,
- Whisk together the egg and salt,
- Add the flour whisk until smooth,
- Add the milk and whisk well,
- In a large plate combine breadcrumbs and grated parmesan,
- Coat the cauliflower florets with the egg sauce first and then breadcrumbs mixture and place on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper,
- Bake at 190 degrees celsius preheated oven until golden brown.