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What The Heck Do I Do with This Romanesco Cauliflower?

Romanesco cauliflower, also known as Roman cauliflower or romanesco broccoli, is one of the most artistic vegetables we’ve ever encountered. With an approximated fractal design, each bud in the spiral veggie is composed of a series of smaller spirals. Romanesco is very similar to cauliflower in both texture and taste, though it is a bit nuttier and earthier in flavor. While roasting is a great go-to way to cook this beauty, we have 10 knockout recipes for you to try—if your lucky enough to get your hands on one. 

Romanesco Lasagne

Cooking romanesco just a little bit longer helps it to surpass its natural sweetness to bring out a more savory flavor. The now-savory veggie pairs perfectly with classic Italian flavors in this lasagne recipe.

Romanesco “Cupcakes”

The nutty taste of romanesco brings out the flavors and colors of the cheesy carrot dough in this fun recipe. It’s also an interesting way to get your kids to eat their veggies. A win-win in our book!

Romanesco Soup with Zaatar Granola

We adore this recipe from Le Petit Eats. Not only is this creamy soup vegan and gluten-free, but the star of the show—romanesco—makes it a beautiful light green. Add a sprinkle of granola on top to give it a nice crunch.

Roasted Romanesco and Cauliflower with Pasta

You can’t go wrong with roasting romanesco. Adding pasta and lemon to the mix makes for an excellent easy mid-week dinner.  

Romanesco Risotto

It’s only natural to pair a veggie and a dish native to Italy together. While risotto can sound intimidating, this vegetarian recipe is easy to follow and can be ready to eat in half an hour.

Pan-Roasted Romanesco with Hazelnuts

The combination of the crunchy hazelnuts and the tender romanesco make this a great side dish. Don’t forget to add the lemon at the end to make the flavors pop!

Romanesco and Bacon Quiche

Have some romanesco left over? Why not add it to this quick and easy quiche to be a perfect addition to breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

Roasted Romanesco Hummus

While hummus is great on its own, romanesco’s nutty flavor pairs nicely to give it an exciting twist. If you also have extra watermelon radish, top this hummus with a few slices for a vibrant and delicious snack.

Lemon, Cardamon, and Romanesco Cookies

You heard us right! Romanesco only enhances this cardamon and lemon cookie recipe. Who knew this funky looking veggie could be made into such a guilty pleasure?

Mini Italian Breakfast Egg Bake with Romanesco

Sometimes you need a different yet straightforward breakfast alternative to spice up your routine. Romanesco livens up the dish to something new and unique. 

Comments (4)

I WANT to continue misfit market but somehow you haven’t been able to include my space number on my application.
Shipping just drops box ANYWHERE because you did not include my space #23 ….I cannot get box unless you put my space #23 like I signed up for…Management isn’t okay with this so take me off the list if it can’t be added

Hi there,
Aside from the pears the fruits that I have chosen
have been uneatable ( mango and apples) one of
The 2 red apples that I received on my last box
appeared mushy, I had to throw it out it was rotten.
If an item appears rotten can they not include in the box?
The mango from my first box was also rotten , how ever
one could not tell by looking at it, could it be because they are
out of season??. Is there a way to know that
before choosing certain items ?
I do appreciate what you guys are doing, I just
want to know how to better choose my items.

Hi Marie, we’re sorry to hear about the quality of your latest produce! This is definitely not up to our standards and we’d like to look into this. Please fill out a ticket with our customer success team here: https://help.misfitsmarket.com/contact/custom-contact-form-S1NAIK1Iw Your message will be added to our queue and our team will be in touch with you via email as soon as they can. Thank you!

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