Juicy Cauli…

Roasted Turmeric Cauliflower with Pomegranate and Almond Flakes


Trumeric is a must have!

Why?  Because it is known as one of the most powerful plants on the planet, making it A VIP superfood. For centuries, Indian and Asian Populations have been using this powerful plant to alleviate depression and help with digestion, heartburns and many other health issues. Many Naturopaths and Ayurvedic practitioners recommend a regular Turmeric intake to keep the doctor away. Though this has not  been scientifically tested on humans, Laboratories studies suggest that Curcumin (main active ingredient of Turmeric) may help prevent or treat some forms of cancers as well as Alzheimer. But before sharing today’s recipe with you, here are the 3 noticeable things that have changed for me, since I started using Turmeric 2 years ago
  • It has lifted my mood, and keeps it up especially when I have it in the morning (Tea, Smoothie or Juice)
  • I very rarely have cold or flus (1 in 2 years, as opposed to 2 a year)- Stronger immune system
  • Improved digestion
Sadly Turmeric can also have side effects so make sure to contact your doctor before introducing it to your diet.

This side dish, is so yummy, easy to do, and will impress your guests! Also a great way to get the kids to eat more veg! They will love the yellow colour and the sweetness of the pomegranate!

1 bowl of cauliflower florets (from 1 cauliflower)

1 tbsp of Turmeric Powder

Fresh Turmeric cut in pieces

1/2 tsp Salt

1/2 tsp Black Pepper

1tbsp of Coconut Oil or Olive Oil


1/2 a pomegranate

Almond Flakes

Place your Cauliflower in your baking tray, add the Turmeric (powder and raw), Salt, herbs and Oil. Massage Your florets so they evenly coated with the seasoning.

Bake at 170 for 25min or until the caulk florets are cooked through

Take your tray out of the oven  and  Cool down for 5min before adding the pomegranate and the Almonds.

Serve directly

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