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place flowerets on baking pan spray with olive oil or toss with it , sprinkle with small amount of coarse sea salt and bake of 350 till brown. Turn once. I have had cauliflower haters turn to lovers when this vegetable is roasted. P.S. I use leftovers in my scrambled egg, although there are rarely leftovers.
I'm not a very good vegetable eater, but find that if I roast the vegetables (I especially like roasted Brussels sprouts and Sweet potato cubes), I eat more of them. Just put a little olive oil and sea salt on them and roast for about 20-30 minutes at 375 or so until they get nice and caramelized.
I take sweet potatoes, sweet peppers, squash, turnips, parsnips,chunks of cabbage, & carrots. The sweet potatoes I leave whole, cut up the rest of the vegetables. I add one teaspoon of canola oil mix it through all the vegetables & then roast at 250 degrees for 6 hours,this caramelizes them. So delicious. I make a small roaster full and have them throughout the week ( do not add any water while roasting )
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