Saturday, November 13, 2010
It is almost quiche-like, but not quite. The flour gives it a different texture.
I served this with chicken but it could have easily been a main course on its own. I can imagine it as a great brunch dish as well...cauliflower for brunch you say. Crazy? Maybe...but it would be perfect!
This is a keeper...I can see this gracing our holiday table at some point this winter. The leftovers were great reheated in the microwave. My husband enjoyed those for lunch the next day. Another wonderful recipe from Dorie Greenspan.
This has not yet been chosen as a recipe for French Friday's with Dorie....but it may be. It should be. So I will not post the recipe. I hope all of my readers get the book...as you can see by my last few posts, I think it is a wonderful resource.
This recipe can be found on page 362 in Dorie Greenspan's..."Around My French Table"
It was also posted on NPR
So now you can have the recipe...perfect for Thanksgiving!