Buffalo Cauliflower Dip
Buffalo cauliflower dip is spicy and alluring. The whole dip — from caramelizing cauliflower to stirring together the creamy hot sauce base and baking on the generous layer of cheese — is made in one pan. You can bring the pan right to the table with dippers of choice and watch it disappear.

Cauliflower, Cashew, Pea and Coconut Curry
Traditional Indian flavoring changes cauliflower from a humble vegetable to a rich centerpiece with the addition of cashews, coconut, fresh ginger and spices you may have in your pantry. Serve with rice for an exceptionally good vegan supper.

Cauliflower Gratin With Goat Cheese Topping
This is a fairly easy gratin to throw together.  It works as a vegetarian main dish or as a side.

Cauliflower Salad Sandwiches
Pulling from the greatest hits of chicken salads, with crunchy walnuts, crisp apples, sweet raisins and a spiced mayo-yogurt dressing, this best-of-all-worlds sandwich subs out the chicken for cauliflower.

Roasted Cauliflower With Sweet Chermoula and Yogurt
Chermoula is a common Moroccan marinade traditionally used to season dishes such as roasted vegetables and fish. This is a sweeter version of the sauce with extra lemon juice and honey to bring out the nuances of the herbs and spices. Serve this dish as a main with flatbread or as a side with roasted chicken or a grilled steak.

Venetian Cauliflower
Give commonplace cauliflower an upgrade and it becomes holiday fare.  Take a classic Venetian approach by using a mixture of sweet spices.  Caramelized onions, saffron and cinnamon build the fragrant foundation, along with fennel and coriander seeds.  Currants, golden raisins and pine nuts add complexity.