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Roasted Cauliflower, Anchovies, Capers and Garlic

This side can be enjoyed on its own or tossed with pasta or gnocchi. If you don’t care for anchovies, substitute minced Kalamata olives. Just know that the anchovies dissolve in the sauce when cooked and don’t taste fishy. Because anchovies have plenty of salt, there is no need to add more to your roasting cauliflower.
roasted cauliflower in an orange casserole dish
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Photography: Terry Brennan

Karen Olson

Karen Olson is a Minneapolis-based writer and editor.


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