Cauliflower Casseroles for Lovers of the Reliable Veggie | Martha Stewart
Cauliflower Casseroles for Lovers of the Reliable Veggie
When it comes to casseroles, cauliflower reigns supreme — whether it’s made with cheese, sweet potatoes, or chestnuts, this humble vegetable will always make comfort food more cozy.
Tuna-Noodle Casserole with Cauliflower
And you thought tuna-noodle casserole couldn’t get any better. The classic returns with cauliflower snuggled among the pasta.
Sweet Potato-Cauliflower Gratin with Crispy Sage Leaves
Oh-so elegant, this delicious dish juxtaposes the brilliant orange of sweet potatoes with the pale cream of cauliflower. Use a lightened bechamel sauce for a healthier casserole night.
One-Pot Curried Cauliflower Rice
Creamy baked rice is a delicious and easy alternative to risotto — minimal stirring required! Here, the florets, chickpeas, and rice are lightly spiced with curry for a casserole with a subtle kick.
The classic, plain and simple: a bubbling casserole of cauliflower in cheese sauced topped with cheesy breadcrumbs.
Potato, Cauliflower, and Cheddar Bake
Potatoes and cheese have been friends for years — why not add cauliflower to the mix? Here, our favorite vegetable adds a pleasant crunch and nutty flavor to this creamy casserole.
Individual Baked Cauliflower Custards
Here we have roasted cauliflower with dairy upon dairy upon deliciousness (plenty of butter and milk plus Gruyere and Parmesan). And why does a dish always seem fancier when made in individual portions?
Cauliflower Gratin with Endive
Pasta lends this gratin the heft worthy of a main-dish dinner — Belgian endive adds sophisticated flair.
Cauliflower and Chestnut Gratin
For Thanksgiving or any other time you need a fancy (chestnuts!) but easy-to-make and comforting-to-eat side dish. A touch of horseradish gives nuance to the otherwise velvety dish.