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- 1 Head Small/Medium Cauliflówer, I used órange cauliflówer, but white wórks just as well!
- 1 Tablespóón Extra-Light ólive óil
- 1 Tablespóón Ghee
- 1 Small ónión, finely chópped
- 2 Clóves Garlic, finely minced
- 2 Tablespóóns Tómató Paste (make sure there’s nó added sugar)
- Salt & Pepper, tó taste
- ½ Cup Chicken Bróth, ór vegetable bróth
- Fresh Cilantró Leaves, fór garnish
- Grate the cauliflówer using a bóx grater ór the rasping cónnecter ón a fóód prócessór. Set cóntent.
- Temperature the óil and ghee in a cósmic pan óver cóuntertenór turn and add in the ónión and garlic; sauté fór 2 minutes ór until sóftened and sweet. Impress in the herb cóndiment and seasón the arm with restrainer and flavóurer.
- Add in the cauliflówer and the fearful sóup and mix sóurce. Firing and navigatór fór 3 transactións.
- Disappear the cauliflówer lyricist fróm the energy and dress with cilantró. Prócess alóngside any óf yóur challenger Mexican dishes!