Cajun Spiced Cauliflower (Ultimate Recipe Swap: Spring Produce)

Spice up your life — and your cauliflower with Cajun-inspired spices.

Even though it took hours of preparation and only minutes to eat, I must say that this year’s Easter dinner was pretty fab. Honeybaked Ham (recipe created on the fly), Tastiest Scalloped Potatoes, Asparagus, and Cajun Spiced Cauliflower were on display.

And it was quite tasty!

Not a huge vegetable fan, my husband didn’t serve himself much more than the ham and potatoes. But, I made him try the cauliflower since I had gone Cajun with it, a seasoning he loves. His answer?

“Now, that’s delightful.”

Seriously. So, if you’d like your husband to call cauliflower delightful, then you need to mix up a batch of this.

Ultimate Recipe Swap

URS Guidelines

Remember: Each week at Ultimate Recipe Swap, there is a posted theme. You are welcome to share any recipe that fits the theme and contains a link back to Life as MOM. If you’re curious about the upcoming themes, I have a calendar here. This week’s theme is Spring Produce.

If you have a recipe that fits the theme, please link it. However, things like Beef Strogonaff will be deleted from Chicken week because it doesn’t contain chicken. Please keep this meme as helpful to others as we can.

And don’t make me the bad guy! ;)

What’s your favorite recipe using spring produce?



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  1. Your cauliflower looks delicious. I love this week theme. Can’t wait to come back later and see all Spring produce recipes.

  2. Yum! I just happened to pick up a cauliflower at the store today. Cajun spice is a great idea!

    There really isn’t any “spring produce” around my neck of the woods, unless you count morels and dandelions. I have been seeing fresh green beans in the store though, so shared a recipe I call Clean Bean Casserole. It is a natural version of that canned-soup-and-fried-onions dish that crops up at potlucks and holiday meals.

  3. The cauliflower looks delicious! I don’t make this often enough!

  4. Oh that looks good; how I wish my family like cauli and I wouldn’t have to eat it all myself!

  5. Thank you for hosting again this week. I shared my Zucchini and Squash with Onions. I love this recipe so much I wish I could eat it more often!

  6. That looks really tasty! Cauliflower happens to be my husband’s very favorite vegetable already, so this would just take it up an extra special notch for him. :)

  7. That sounds yummy! We are trying califlower in our veggie garden this year so I’ll have to make this. Plus, I like anything with “cajun” in the title. ;)

  8. I love cauliflower! I shared a recipe I’ve been making – buttery cauliflower that 2 out of 4 children love… :-)

    Thanks for hosting.

  9. I haven’t posted about it, but today I made a coleslaw with some store ingredients (cabbage, carrots) and some homegrown (last year’s purple onions, this year’s chives, a tiny turnip that survived the winter, and a few handfuls of Jerusalem artichoke). Yum!

    And if I have energy, we’ll have a nettle omelet tomorrow. The sting goes away if you cook nettles, and they are super healthy.

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