Cauliflower rice is a great low carb alternative, but did you know you could make cauliflower steaks as well?
It's a wonderful way to get more fiber and satisfaction if you're looking to cook yourself thin. Also, if you've been wanting to eat more vegetarian but don't want to give up some favorites, embrace your cauliflower.
This video shows how to make it into “chicken” fried steak.
What Would I Change
Well, we should talk about the gravy, of course. I mean, that seems like a lot of cauliflower. And yet, it's a good way to use up a small head if you're the only person, right?
But it's not easy to make a good gravy that's healthy.
If you think adding some sausage to your gravy would make your cauliflower steak better, you'll want to make it with turkey sausage along with the low fat milk. To make your sausage gravy paleo, you'll need to use arrowroot or for the thickening agent instead of flour. Also, you'll want to use almond milk in place of cow's milk.
Variations on Cauliflower Steaks
If you're enjoying the idea of a cauliflower steak but want a few more ideas, check out
- Simple Roasted Cauliflower Steaks from AllRecipes
- Bon Appetite Cauliflower Steaks with Olive Relish and Tomato Sauce
- Crispy Parmesan Cauliflower Steaks by OhMyVeggies
That should get you started! Leave a comment with your favorite recipe!
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