By Lesley Suter
Bestia’s Roasted Cauliflower With Paprika Aioli And Soft Herbs
SERVES 4 AS A SIDE I love cooking with cauliflower because it can handle anything: anchovies, chiles, olives—pretty much any strong, forceful flavors. Cauliflower is on every single menu in Israel, always roasted or fried, and whenever we put it on our menu, it’s the most popular vegetable we serve. Nothing else comes close. Which…
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