Anyone with children knows how challenging it can be to get the proper servings of fruits and vegetable into their kids daily diet, especially if you have picky eaters, so when you find something healthy that your kids enjoy its always good news! This "Parmesan Baked Cauliflower" recipe is the perfect way to get some vegetables into the kids and might just be one of those recipes that you can rely on that your kids will devour when you put it on the table. It can be hard to get certain kids to eat their vegetables, but generally if their parents like veggies and don't complain about eating them, the children will follow that example. I always remember loving all fruits and vegetables! It was meat that I had a hard time with growing up. But mostly kids will love anything with cheese on it, so that is what this recipe has going for it. Otherwise, cauliflower is known to be a tough on to sell to kids at the dinner table.
The creator of this parmesan baked cauliflower recipe, says that her son absolutely loves cauliflower, and this is his favourite cauliflower recipe, he actually asks for it every week, to go along with his pasta, so he must really love it! Good on his mom for finding this out! When you find something healthy that your kids really like, its sure to end up on the table on a regular basis. Another recipe that the creators son loves is parmesan baked chicken nuggets, so, being the smart chef and innovator she is, she recently modified the chicken nuggets recipe and used cauliflower, and her son happily ate the baked and breaded cauliflower and asked for more! A good dipping sauce to go with the parmesan nuggets recipe is one made with ketchup and mayonnaise and what kid doesn't love that too?! This parmesan baked cauliflower recipe is not only for kids, adults love the dish too, she offers the tip of making sure to coat the cauliflower evenly with the crispy and light Panko bread crumbs, so every bite has an airy and crispy crunch, yum! The Panko bread crumbs are better than normal bread crumbs because they do have an added crutch that the other breadcrumbs just don't have.
This healthy and delicious recipe is simple to do, and does not require a lot of ingredients. Some of the ingredients you will need are cauliflower florets, panic bread crumbs (also available in a gluten free variety), and parmesan cheese. For the full recipe details you'll want to look at the site. The creator of this recipe blog is Bee, who founded the site in 2006. The site has over 800 recipes from Chinese recipes, Malaysian recipes, Japanese recipes, Thai recipes, Vietnamese recipes, Indian recipes and so much more. The recipes on the site are delicious, tried, and tested. To read more about this recipe, visit the website link below to the "Rasa Malaysia," website.