Cauliflower with Pears, Sage and Hazelnuts

Posted On: 14 Oct 2019
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The pears and sage go very well with cauliflower. This dish has the advantage of cooking on the stovetop, freeing up valuable oven space for other dishes.
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Cauliflower with Pears, Sage and Hazelnuts
Posted On: 14 Oct 2019
The pears and sage go very well with cauliflower. This dish has the advantage of cooking on the stovetop, freeing up valuable oven space for other dishes.
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