- SERVES: 2 to 4
- PREP: 5 minutes
- TOTAL TIME: 25 minutes
Cauliflower: It’s not just for rice anymore.
Why not treat a piece of cauliflower with the care and attention you would give a great cut of steak?? You might not miss the meat. After you make the "steaks, "you will have some leftover cauli crumbs and florets from cutting the steaks; roast them as a side dish, or purée for another meal.
For the parmesan bread crumbs
cup panko bread crumbs
teaspoon kosher salt
cup finely grated Parmigiano Reggiano cheese
teaspoon cayenne pepper
For the cauliflower “steaks”
large head of cauliflower
teaspoon kosher salt, plus more to taste
tablespoons vegetable oil
garlic cloves, smashed
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