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Tue October 5, 2004
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Ingredients: 12 ounces frozen cauliflower
1 large egg -- beaten well
sour cream (optional)
salt & pepper (to taste)
onion or scallion (depends how much you like em!)
How To Prepare: 1. Put cauliflower in the microwave until it is cooked (I boil mine to make it extra tender). Drain it well. Put caul. in a mixing bowl and mash it (you can use a food processor or a potato masher) until it forms a paste with some little chunks.

2. Pour egg, onions, salt & pepper into bowl with caul. and mix it up well.

3. Melt some butter in a frying pan (med. heat). Ladle a small amount (small enough for the spatula to fit underneath) into the pan and make sure to push the sides so it form a circle. Cook until brown and flip carefully. Brown the other side. You can put a dollop of sour cream on them and I usually sprinkle a little salt on top.

** I have also made these in a "hash brown" form (basically, when the pancakes fell apart I just fried them as hashbrowns)

I think they are great! (thanks for the recipe Meg!)

Makes about 4 servings
Number of Servings: 4
Carbs per serving - include all nutritional information if known: no counts provided
Effort (Easy, Average, Difficult): Easy

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