Food, Family, & Faith

MomMom’s Cauliflower Potato Salad….

     Happy Thursday Family!  Lots of new recipes going to be coming your way..Trying to balance everything to give me more time working with my favorite people..Why you of course! My family! 🙂  So we have had Cauliflower Rice and Crustless Cauliflower Pizza and today it is Cauliflower Potato Salad. I only put the word potato in there because it looks exactly like it and if you close your eyes when taking a bite you would swear that what it is! It’s some amazing stuff!
     So I make mock potatoes with cauliflower and wondered what it would taste like as mock potato salad..The results were absolutely wonderful! And get this! A cup of this amazing stuff is a little more then 100 calories! SCORE! Now you know it’s got to be good when even my 10 year old Granddaughter ate it and asked for more..Mama Dawn said it now has to be a staple at Thanksgiving along with of course Coleslaw and Green Bean Casserole. And as we all know from earlier blogs the Pilgrims will be
     So with all that said as I know you are all patiently waiting for the recipe here we go…
1 Large head of Cauliflower 
5 chopped hard boiled eggs
2 stalks of celery
1 small onion or 1/2 of a large
1/2 cup green peas (I used frozen)
1/2 cup Low Fat Mayonnaise (I used Hellmann’s)
1/4 cup regular mayo (I used Hellmann’s)
1/4 cup light sour cream (I used Daisy)
Mrs. Dash seasoning (You are more then welcome to use any spices you like)

Cut up cauliflower and boil till “Al Dente” I actually put the cauliflower in with the cold water when I turned it on so you don’t have to wait for the water to boil first.After it came to a boil I cooked it for approx 15 minutes. Pour into a colander and rinse with cold water. While that is cooling chop your celery into small pieces. Shell your boiled eggs and chop into somewhat small pieces the same goes with your onion. Add this all into a bowl and add your drained cauliflower. You may want to chop some of your cauliflower if it is in large pieces as you want small almost nugget size pieces. Now add your peas, mayo, sour cream & Mrs. Dash seasoning. Mix all together and refrigerate for at least an hour as it is best served cold. Enjoy! This will become your favorite too!

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