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Veal Cutlets & Mashed Cauliflower

veal and mashed cauliflower

This is my all time favorite warm side dish which I am very happy to share. Mashed potatoes have nothing on mashed cauliflower with melted grass fed cultured butter! It keeps you full and won’t weigh you down like potatoes which are high in starch and have a high glycemic index. Perfect for anyone on a candida, paleo, or most any kind of special diet. Add chopped scallions, onions or whatever else you like.

I’m all about cooking fresh, simple, and tasty meals with little work. This is a hearty meal that takes a total of 10-15 minutes to have on your table.

Veal Cutlets & Mashed Cauliflower

ingredients:

veal cutlets

1 head cauliflower

coconut flour

salt

pepper

coconut oil (or oil of choice)

lemon juice

broth

cultured butter

directions:

  1. Take veal cutlets and dust in coconut flour.
  2. Heat coconut oil on pan and cook cutlets on low for 2-3 minutes. Be sure not to over cook as thin slices cook quickly.
  3. Sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste.
  4. Lemon Marinade
  5. Keep cooked veal in pan and add in 1/4 c broth and 1 tbsp lemon juice to pan.
  6. Let the juices and flavors mix.
  7. Mashed Cauliflower
  8. Rinse and cut cauliflower into smaller pieces.
  9. Set up pot and steamer basket. Steam cauliflower until soft.
  10. Add into vitamix or blender. (see note) Before you blend add in sea salt, pepper and butter to your taste.

Notes:

In a vitamix keep setting on Variable and start low and slowly go higher (no higher than level 6. Be aware of the speed depending if you want it smoothly mashed, or with a little bit of texture.  

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  • Anonymous August 15, 2012, 8:13 pm

    hi, have tried out the mashed cauliflower today. It tastes fantastic! Thank you for the wonderful idea. I baked it in the oven for 20 minutes followed the recipe by Elena’s Kitchen. Do try it.

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    • Lauren Michelle August 15, 2012, 9:18 pm

      Hello, I’m glad you liked it! Our family thinks so too. Tastes even better than potatoes in my opinion. I’ll have to try that, thanks.

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