Cauliflower Is the New Steak
Looking for a Meatless Monday dish that will woo even the most skeptical omnivores? Enter crunchy-sweet cauliflower, served as the main event. Nutritionally, cauliflower is pretty much the polar opposite of steak: it's low-calorie, is fat-free, and contains potent compounds known to fight inflammation and cancer. What makes it steak-like? The cut, of course. Here's how to prep cauliflower steaks. Once you've got your "steaks," coat each in olive oil and add your favourite seasonings. Next, sear each slab for about two minutes on each side in a skillet, then roast on a rimmed baking sheet until golden brown and caramelised, about 15 minutes in a 200-degree oven.
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