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Spiced Roast Cauliflower Salad with Labne

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Spiced Roast Cauliflower Salad with Labne

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Ingredients

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½, chopped into bite-sized pieces, cauliflower
1 halved and finely sliced onion
2 tbsp curry powder
2 tbsp rice vinegar Or wine vinegar
1 bag baby spinach
2 handfuls labne

Variations

  • Main meal/more substantial

Toss in a drained can of chickpeas or lentils (or use home cooked) when the cauliflower comes out of the oven. Or serve as a side to BBQ lamb cutlets, roast chicken or pan-fried fish.

  • Different greens

Replace baby spinach with cooked kale, flat leaf parsley, mint, coriander (cilantro), salad leaves or a combo of any of the above.

  • Dairy-free/vegan

Replace labne with roasted hazelnuts, almonds or chunks of avocado.

  • Paleo

Roast brazil nuts or poached eggs instead of labne.

  • Carnivore

Serve as a side to barbecue lamb cutlets, pork chops or roast chicken. Or toss some raw chopped chicken thighs to roast with the cauliflower (make sure it’s cooked through – might take a little longer).

  • Vegetarian

Serve salad with poached eggs.

  • Carb lovers/more substantial

Toss in cooked brown rice, quinoa or pasta. Might need a little more olive oil. You could also serve on warm flat bread.

  • Different spices

Try mixing it up with other spice blends. Garam masala is great or try a Moroccan spice blend like ras el hanout or the Lebanese blend baharat.

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Inspired by the brilliant Mike McEarnehy formerly chef at Kitchen by Mike and now at No 1. Bent St Sydney. Love his fresh produce-driven approach to food and am dying to eat at his new restaurant. In the mean time I’m making do with cooking from his book, Kitchen by Mike.

And I should mention I’ve made this 3 times in the last two weeks. Something unheard of around these parts. Definitely one for you to try!

TO MAKE YOUR OWN LABNE

Line a sieve with clean cheesecloth or a tea towel. Place yoghurt in the lined sieve and leave it over a bowl or jug in the fridge for the water to drain off. As little as an hour can make a difference but some people leave it for two days. The longer the thicker. Use the whey (liquid) in smoothies or just drink it like I do.

 

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Steps

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Preheat your oven to 250C (480F). Toss cauliflower, onion, curry powder and about 4 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil in a roasting pan.

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Roast spiced cauliflower for 15-20 minutes or until well browned and tender.

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Allow cauliflower to cool a little while you make the dressing. Mix vinegar with another 4 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil. Season well.

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Toss dressing and baby spinach in the pan with the cauliflower. Serve with dollops of labne on top.

jules

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