It's the vegetarian dinner the whole world is talking about...
This vegetarian snack is great for parties - and perfect for nights in front of the TV!
Too much yum!
Anyone else drooling?
So good, you won't believe it's not chicken!
Carb-free Cauliflower Hummus will be the hit of your next party!
Find out why everyone's talking about carb-free cauliflower bread with this tasty snack!
For something impressive, easy and a little different, try this battered cauliflower fritter recipe. It's served with a crisp fennel salad and cheesy dressing.
This side dish uses only 5 ingredients and is budget-friendly, too! Cauliflower is spiced with harissa, roasted, then tossed with currants and fresh mint.
Don't have any cauliflower? don't stress. The beauty of this flavour-packed vegan curry is that it can be made with all kinds of different vegetables!
Here’s an easy way to make something out of nothing. A few spices transform cauliflower and broccoli into tender fritters. Served with this mango sauce.
Not only are these Mexican burritos a great alternative for vegetarians, they're also budget-friendly! With black beans, rice and mozzarella, they're delicious!
Brown rice with roasted cauliflower and squash is mixed with spinach, carrots and mint leaves, then topped with pomegranate seeds. It's a filling vegan bowl.
This is one incredible side. Seasoned with herbs and and topped with a coriander, yoghurt and tahini sauce, it's a light veggie side full of fibre and flavour.
Everyone loves a good cauliflower bake. Why not change yours up a little bit and add some sweet potato for an even more tastier, main-meal accomplice.
A pasta bake with a cheesy cauliflower hit - YUM!
Full of intense flavour, this creamy, vegetarian soup is an indulgent winter warmer. Perfect served with crusty bread.
Chunks of cauliflower are smothered in creamy cheese sauce, scattered with bread and walnuts, then crisped in the oven in this classic side dish.
Cauliflower cheese meets macaroni and thyme in this comforting pasta dish that takes minimal preparation, so you can get on with other things while it bakes.
This filling vegetarian curry is flavoured with green chillies and tamarind - use curry paste or a garam masala for a midweek cheat
This vegetarian Thai curry makes a quick and healthy weeknight dinner - serve with fluffy basmati rice to soak up the coconut milk sauce
Roast cauliflower florets with olive oil and serve with a light barley salad for a refreshingly simple meat-free main.
Take two classic British ingredients and whip up a light, fresh soup.
Makeover this classic side dish with some clever swaps to reduce the fat and calories, while keeping the flavour rich and creamy.
Try a new topping for your comforting bake by adding cauliflower and a little cheddar cheese - there'll be some leftover for a second meal, too.