Romanesco Cauliflower with Turmeric

romanesco cauliflower with turmericTurmeric goes on romanesco cauliflower like gerber daisies on top of a wedding cake; it’s just pretty on top of pretty. Am I right?!

But this low-carb dish is more than just a pretty face; it’s an anti-oxidant rich alternative to your favorite starchy sides that is perfect for someone following an anti-inflammatory ketogenic style diet.

Romanesco Cauliflower with Turmeric Ingredients

  • 1 large head of romanesco cauliflower
  • 2 thick slices of red onion
  • 1/2 a medium onion
  • 2 T. extra virgin olive oil
  • 1/2 stick of grass-fed butter
  • 2 T. of Beyond Organic Ginger Terrain
  • 1 t. ground ginger
  • 1 t. ground turmeric
  • 1 t. himalayan salt
  • 1 t. fresh ground pepper
  • 3 tbsp of turmeric powder

Romanesco Cauliflower with Turmeric Recipe

  • Melt your butter but don’t boil — just light heat to melt because if you use too much heat you will damage some of the valuable essential fats.
  • Finely chop your cauliflower, red onion, and white onion.
  • Steam your cauliflower lighting in a steamer basket until it reaches the desired softness.
  • Put cauliflower and onion into a bowl and add butter, Ginger Terrain and extra virgin olive oil.
  • Add ginger and turmeric and mix really well until the orange color of the turmeric is homogenous throughout the dish

Should Cauliflower Be Cooked or Eaten Raw?

Dr. David Jockers not only provided the basic structure for this yummy recipe, but he also shares some incredible health info about cauliflower:

  • If you have thyroid problems it is best to consume the cauliflower slightly steamed to remove any unwanted goitrogens.
  • If you have major leaky gut syndrome than it is also best to lightly steam the cauliflower as it is easier on the digestive system.
  • If you have cancer it is best to consume the cauliflower raw to maximize enzyme content as well as powerful anti-carcinogens in the form of sulfuraphane, phenyl isothiocyanates and indole-3 carbonyl.  Raw cauliflower contains signicantly more of these nutrients than steamed cauliflower.

Source:

http://www.drjockers.com/2013/09/orange-ginger-cauliflower-rice/

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About jenni smith

Jenni Smith is a recovering fast food addict and a reformed couch potato who swore she'd never be a distributor... until the day she realized the only thing holding her back from reaching her true potential was her own stubbornness. And maybe a bit of fear. When she finally decided to put on her "big girl pants", Jenni (and her rock star husband, Paul) went from founding distributor to top earner in two years, and is now a Youngevity Vice Chairman Marketing Director. With a 15-year career in marketing and two little girls at home, Jenni raises her kids and her family's income at the same time and is passionate about coaching anyone who has: A) a desire for better health; B) a need for better wealth; C) patience for sass.
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