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|Calories270Calories from Fat150|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat150|
|% DAILY VALUE|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Shannon S. 4 months ago
maybe add some garlic and bacin bits. not too bad though. first time poaching eggs
Ema a year ago
This turned out better then expected. Chose to fry egg instead. Will try poaching next time. Somehow forgot to use vinegar, not even sure where that came into play, but still tastes good. Good replacement for potatoes!!
Kristina B. a year ago
The person who wrote this recipe does not know how to season. You gotta salt and pepper that cauli as soon as you put it in, and continue to season throughout the cooking process. Instead of red onion, I used a shallot and clove of garlic, also added crushed red pepper. The thyme was a nice addition, but it did feel like it was missing something. Next time I won’t remove the cauli from the pan.
Katie D 2 years ago
This is delicious! I cooked bacon, removed and drained the grease. I deglazed with a bit of white wine to scrape up the bits I added a tablespoon of garlic infused EVOO and then added cauliflower (sprinkled with a little salt) and cooked for a few minutes, stirring often. I then added half a chopped red bell pepper, half of a finely chopped jalapeño pepper, a teaspoon of minced garlic and half of a finely chopped red onion. I cooked this all together with the cauliflower for a few minutes and served topped with poached eggs and a side of bacon. Not exactly the healthful original recipe but quite delicious!
Phyllis So 2 years ago
wonderful. great way to make a quick breakfast for several days
Jennifer Hadaway H. 3 years ago
I just used this recipe to make the cauliflower hash. I loved it. I'm sure it will become a staple in my diet.