cauliflower flatbread recipeNeed a healthy appetizer or snack? This flatbread uses local, in-season foods you can find at the Farmers Market, even through this cold weather.

I went to Headhouse Square and picked up Birchhill Farms Blue cheese, red onions and a Romanesco cauliflower (due to the sheer size of that monster veggie) a couple of Sundays ago.

For Thanksgiving, I brought this cauliflower flatbread as an appetizer and can confirm that it was family approved. The best part? It didn’t take me super-long to whip together, and was less time-consuming than the other butternut squash flatbread I made.

Cauliflower, Onion & Blue Cheese Flatbread Recipe

Cauliflower flatbread

Serves 2-3 people per flatbread.

Ingredients:

  • Flatbread or Naan
  • Cauliflower (I used the Romanesco cauliflower variety)
  • Onions
  • Blue Cheese
  • Olive Oil or cooking oil.
  • Walnuts (optional)

Method:

  1. Steam the cauliflower for 5 minutes to maintain crispness. After steaming, chop into small pieces.
  2. Sauté onions for 5 minutes in Olive Oil. Your other option is to caramelize them.
  3. Cover the flatbread with blue cheese, cauliflower and onions. Add walnuts if desired.
  4. Serve.

Readers, what’s your favorite combination for flatbreads?

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  • http://thesoftlanding.com/ The Soft Landing Sisters

    I never dreamed that cauliflower and flatbread would make such a great combo, but I can’t wait to try it with my gluten-free flatbread recipe! ~Alicia

  • http://www.greenphillyblog.com/ Julie

    I didn’t think it would be as great either until I tried it! :-) Shockingly my family demolished 3 flatbreads before Thanksgiving Dinner (and took a little for leftovers after) and liked this one better! I think it was the ‘crunch’ factor and different taste sensation. Also, the blue cheese compliments the crisp cauliflower. Enjoy and let me know your thoughts! :-)

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