mashed cauliflower (a great substitute for potatoes)
one whole, fresh cauliflower head
salt and pepper (to taste) or a chicken bouillon cube in the cooking water
Clean and chop up the cauliflower head. Boil the cauliflower in either plain water or water with a bouillon cube added. When the cauliflower is really soft, drain most of the water out, keeping less than 1/2 cup of liquid approximately.
You can either use a manual potato masher in the pot adding some cooking water OR you can use a food processor to puree the mixture. Puree until you like the consistency. Some people suggest adding a couple of spoons of cream cheese for creaminess, too. Blend that in.
Put it all into a bowl and adjust the consistency with the liquid you kept aside and some butter.
Note: Some supermarkets now sell "riced" cauliflower in plastic bags in the same section where packaged salads are sold. This would make less work for you.
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