Flowers cabbage

Flowers cabbage

Flower cabbage is also called cauliflower in Austria. The outer green leaves and the cabbage stalk are removed before cooking. Only the white flower buds are eaten, from which the flower cabbage also derives its name. In Italy and France there are also violet and green flowers cabbage. When buying flower cabbage, you should make sure that it has no brown spots. So that the flower cabbage retains its white colour when cooking, you can add some milk to the cooking water. In the refrigerator flowers cabbage can be kept for up to a week.

All data per 100 g:
23 kcal
5 g
3 g
0 g

Recipes with Flowers cabbage

Belgian Lumberjack Vegetable Pan
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Burgundy roast
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Cheese fondue with vegetables
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Chicken breast fillet with flowers cabbage
Chicken breast fillet with flowers cabbage is served in a hot curry sauce. Cut the cabbage into florets and blanch in boiling salted water for about 4 minutes. ...
Emperor Vegetables
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Entrecôte steak with Kaiser vegetables
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Flowers cabbage
Flowers cabbage Flower cabbage is served with a creamy sauce and is a classic side dish to large roasts. Remove leaves. ...
Flowers cabbage au gratin
Flowers cabbage au gratin Flower cabbage au gratin is ideal for recycling if you have half a large head of flower cabbage left over. Singles and 2-person households in particular appreciate it when you can prepare the remains of a flower cabbage the next day quickly, easily and deliciously as a side dish. ...

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