A Guide to Making Cauliflower Pie in Phyllo Pastry
We have always loved the cauliflower for its abundance and simplicity to prepare. In Indian cuisine it is prepared in curries, as a semi-dry vegetable and even deep fried in batters to create pakoras or manchurian (all kinds of yum).
It also happens to be a vegetable low in calories but high in vitamins (this explains why cauliflower 'rice' is all the rage).
This guide can be used when you have some cauliflower in the fridge as well as some phyllo pastry lurking in the depths of your freezer.
- Cut up the cauliflower into florets and roast it for 1 hour with spices. We used 1 tbsp of our Korma spice blend.
- Make a bechamel
- Line a springform tin with buttered phyllo/filo pastry
- Fill with cauliflower and bechamel
- Bake at 200 degrees for 20 minutes
Let us know how you go in preparing this!