How to Make Cauliflower Mash

There are several ways to make Cauliflower Mash, but I find it all depends on your taste buds. So here is a simple way to make Cauliflower Mash and all you have to do is season to taste.

Ingredients

One head of Cauliflower

Sharp knife

Blender or Food Processor or Potato Masher

Steamer optional

1 Cup of water for steaming purposes or

1/3 cup of Milk or Coconut Milk or Almond Milk or Chicken Broth

2tbs. Of Butter or Organic, Naturally Refined Coconut oil

Optional additional ingredients : 2Tbsp.of Sour cream or 1Tbsp. of Cream Cheese, Pepper, Nutmeg, Garlic powder, or salt to taste and Parmesan Cheese or Cheddar Cheese, cooked crush Turkey bacon and finely chopped Organic Spinach.

 

Instructions

      1. Start by cutting the stem off (throw away stems) the cauliflower and then chop into pieces.

      2. Fill a 5qt. pot with one cup of water then insert the steamer and then the cauliflower or if you do not have a steamer then put enough water in the pot to boil the cauliflower. Cook for about 15 to 20min. until fork tender (soft).

      3. After 15 to 20min. strain the water off the cauliflower, then place in a blender, food processor or bowl either is fine (I use a blender) if you don’t have a blender or food processor then you will need a potato masher to mash the cauliflower. Once you put the cauliflower in the blender, food processor or bowl you can season to taste, (I use, Garlic powder, Black pepper, 2tbs. of Light Sour cream and 1½ cup of Cheddar shredded cheese, and crushed cooked Turkey bacon and finely chopped organic spinach for topping) then add the butter or coconut oil  and milk.

      4. After you added the seasons of your choice, the butter or coconut oil  and milk blend it all together or mash it all together until it begins to look like mash potatoes.

      5. Plate it and add your favorite toppings

      6. Then enjoy!

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