Originally Posted by JustJoel
What recipe or preparation would y’all suggest for a person who was traumatized by poorly cooked cauliflower at an early age and has refused to cook it, eat it, or even have it in the house since then?...
Roasted. Break into evenly sized florets, toss with olive oil and your seasoning of choice (just s&p works, too), and spread on a baking sheet. Alone, they'll take only about 20 minutes at 400. I put them into the oven with whatever else I'm making, so for me it's more like 30 minutes at 350 degrees. Be sure to stir them around once, maybe twice, while roasting.
Roasting makes all sorts of "inedible" (by some people's terms) veggies wonderful. My SIL swore she didn't like cooked carrots anywhere else but in soup or stew. I roasted whole carrots sprinkled with Aleppo pepper one time they were over for dinner, and she (and her hubby) absolutely loved them.