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silverbeet with cauliflower cheese sauce



6 portion(s)

cauliflower sauce

  • 4 garlic clove
  • 350g cauliflower floret
  • 2cups water
  • 1tsp TMX veggie stock
  • 100g milk or almond milk
  • 50g parmesan grated
  • 20g Butter


  • 1 bunch of silverbeet chopped, i chopped by hand
  • 1 Brown Onions, halved
  • 1 garlic clove
  • 20g Butter

Recipe's preparation

    cauliflower sauce
  1. put garlic in bowl and chop 3sec/speed7 scrape down add butter and cook 3mins/veroma/speed 2

    add cauliflower and chop 5secs  speed5 scrape down add water and stock and cook 5mins/100/speed 2 

    add 100g almond or cows milk and process on speed 9 for 1min till smooth sauce is made you can add more water and a little olive oil to make sauce really smooth




  2. add onion and garlic chop 3sec/speed 7 scrape down add butter and cook 2mins/veroma/speed 2

    add chopped silverbeet and cook 2min/100/rev/speed2 


    place into dish top with cauliflower  sauce sprinkle with cheese and pop under grill for few mins to brown


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this is nice with crisp salad or as a side to bbq or grilled meat or fish

you can use sauce in place of bechemal in recipes

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  • Sauce was like water, cant

    Submitted by Kelsie on 26. July 2014 - 19:07.

    Sauce was like water, cant use it. Shame as I bet it would taste great.

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  • Just tried this recipe, bit

    Submitted by Susandocurtis on 16. June 2014 - 17:44.

    Just tried this recipe, bit thin for my liking.  It hasn't put me off though next time I will just use 1 cup of water.  (I also used soy milk which shouldn't differ in the consistency).  I would rather use this then the other flour/milk options.

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