Cauliflower Fritters & ‘Nori Chips’
An article on Preventing Chronic Disease by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention places cauliflower 24th on the list of “powerhouse fruits and vegetables”, using a nutrient density approach. It is a rich source of nutrients and trace minerals, especially calcium, magnesium, selenium, Vitamin K and many more. Cruciferous vegetables in general, and cauliflower in particular, provide important fibre and other benefits that may promote heart health, lower cholesterol, and may have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Waste not, want not! These yummy fritters can be eaten warm or cold, and the leaves can be dried in the oven and made into delicious chips so you don’t need to throw out any of your cauliflower foliage. While the recipe is supposed to serve 4, these delicious fritters are hard to resist, so make sure that you get your share quickly because they won’t last long.