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Three ways with cauliflower

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Cauliflower isn't just delicious – it's super healthy too, packing in plenty of vitamins C, K and B6. It's also a top source of dietary fibre and omega-3 fatty acids and it's low in calories.

Check out our top three cauliflower recipes:

Cauliflower rice

For those looking to cut carbs out of their diet, cauliflower can be an excellent substitute. No, we haven't gone mad, you can grate the raw vegetable and then steam in the microwave to create something with a texture and taste a lot like rice – just with fewer calories.

It's delicious and you can even make healthy vegetable or egg-fried rice to go with your curry – yum!  

Cauliflower cheese

For a treat that's at the other end of the healthiness spectrum, whip up a batch of cauliflower cheese. It's a delicious side dish that goes just as well with a roast dinner as it does bangers and mash.

Try adding mustard to your cheese sauce for some spicy flavours, or pick a strong cheese like our local Skegness Blue or Lincolnshire Poacher for a gourmet twist.

Cauliflower soup

There's nothing quite as comforting as a bowl of soup during the winter months, and cauliflower lends a thick, creamy texture that will fill you up and keep you toasty.

Nigella's spicy cauliflower spice is a moreish delicacy that makes a great lunch option – whip up a batch at the start of the week and it will see you through to Friday.

We've got cauliflower on offer as part of our fresh three deal right now – pick one up for just 59p in any of our food stores until November 10th.


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