Cauliflower Mash

With Millet and Quinoa!

With Millet and Quinoa!

Cauliflower Mash - with Millet and Quinoa

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Here's How to Make Cauliflower Mash!

Here's How to Make
Cauliflower Mash!

  1. Use the freshly boiled water to re-hydrate the dehydrated items above, in a glass bowl or measuring jug.
  2. Rinse the millet and quinoa in a fine sieve, in the sink. Cook the millet and quinoa in about two cups of water in a heavy saucepan for about 20 minutes, stirring often, while the veggies re-hydrate. Add water if it dries up too fast!
  3. Place the re-hydrated veggies in another saucepan, and add the vegetable stock and bring to a boil, then simmer for about 15-20 minutes, stirring often. NOTE: we're making 'mash' here, not a soup, so drain off excess water/stock – save it for future use in a soup base! Remember to store the stock in your fridge, or freeze it in an ice-cube tray – that way you can add a cube of stock to a soup recipe!
  4. Combine the millet/quinoa mix with the cauliflower mix – and mash to your desired smoothness!
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*IF you need to add salt, do so, BUT be careful NOT to over-salt as the bouillon has salt in it.

If you're using a non-stick saucepan to the make mash as I do, please mash it in a pan that isn't non-stick, or use a glass bowl to mash it in – prevent scratches in your non-stick (expensive) pans at all costs!

Millet and quinoa have been around for centuries.

Quinoa is packed with protein and I use it every time I make my dog's food: Chicken Chow Homemade Dog Food and my Min Pin absolutely loves it!

Remember to thoroughly rinse quinoa as it has a very bitter outer coating. Use a fine sifter to rinse it in under the tap.

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Great Sifter at Fantes

The sifter (or sieve) I use is from Fantes.com and is a 10" Stainless Steel Extra Fine #17212 and it cost me around $20.

I've used it for years and there's absolutely no sign of rusting which is great! I highly recommend it. After washing and drying it with a tea towel, I then leave it out to air dry, hanging on my kitchen wall.


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