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Old 05-10-2004, 05:38 AM
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I'm developing a fondness for Mashed Cauliflower. Does anyone have a
technique for for "Mashing" the cauliflower they would share?

I've tried the blender - it's too much like baby food. I've tried cutting
it, and it looks like cut cauliflower.



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Old 05-10-2004, 05:43 AM
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I'm developing a fondness for Mashed Cauliflower. Does anyone have a
technique for for "Mashing" the cauliflower they would share?

I've tried the blender - it's too much like baby food. I've tried cutting
it, and it looks like cut cauliflower.


Have you tried a potato masher? I despise cooked cauliflower so I've never
tried to mash it. But I use my potato masher to make applesauce and also
"refried" beans.

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Old 05-10-2004, 06:18 AM
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BP wrote:

I'm developing a fondness for Mashed Cauliflower. Does anyone have a
technique for for "Mashing" the cauliflower they would share?

I've tried the blender - it's too much like baby food. I've tried cutting
it, and it looks like cut cauliflower.



I use a food processor... and pulse.

Don't let it run continuosly... that's how it gets to be mush.

Jennifer

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Old 05-10-2004, 12:09 PM
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I'm developing a fondness for Mashed Cauliflower. Does anyone have a
technique for for "Mashing" the cauliflower they would share?

I've tried the blender - it's too much like baby food. I've tried
cutting it, and it looks like cut cauliflower.



Well on all the cooking shows , to make mashed potatoes, they suggest that
a food mill or a potato ricer makes the best texture. So I figure the same
would apply to cauliflower. I just eat it raw or cooked but not mashed.

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Old 05-10-2004, 07:24 PM
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I'm developing a fondness for Mashed Cauliflower. Does anyone have a
technique for for "Mashing" the cauliflower they would share?


I squished mine with a fork tonight, then sprinkled some ground flax seed
because it was a tiny bit wet - yum!

Nicky.




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