Roasted Cauliflower

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Last night we tried the Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower on the Traeger along with some chicken sticks. Just a quick and easy meal and something the kids would eat. I think I took it off a little to early as it was still kinda tough. The flavor was great and something I'll definitely try again.

Here's a link to the recipe: https://www.traegergrills.com/recipes/vegetables/parmesan-roasted-cauliflower

And a few pics :)


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Nice. It's good to experiment!
 

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Last night we tried the Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower on the Traeger along with some chicken sticks. Just a quick and easy meal and something the kids would eat. I think I took it off a little to early as it was still kinda tough. The flavor was great and something I'll definitely try again.

Here's a link to the recipe: https://www.traegergrills.com/recipes/vegetables/parmesan-roasted-cauliflower

And a few pics :)


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Gonna try this too. The recipe says to cut the cauliflower into florets first though and then mix with all the other ingredients.
 
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Gonna try this too. The recipe says to cut the cauliflower into florets first though and then mix with all the other ingredients.
Awesome, let me know how it goes. Maybe that's the secret.
 

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I did this last night and it was very good! I used a disposable half pan, mixed the goodies and then put it on the Weber propane @ 400 for ~25 mins, then added a lot of parm and back on for another 10 mins.

I'll do this again (I think the wife will make me!)

And yes, cut into florets...not whole!
 

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