Monday, 3 October 2011

Purple Cauliflower...

I know, I know. Purple Cauliflower. Again. Sorry. But I think this should be the last one for a long time. Until next winter, hopefully.

Everyone was curious to know, what colour it would have when cooked. Here it is, sautéed in a little butter.
Served with some home-made, spicy beef sausages and hand-cut chips (from home-grown potatoes).Gosh, it was good! :)

6 comments:

angela said...

it looks absolutly delish!

Sue@G.L. Allotments said...

That certainly isn't the colour our purple cauliflowers went after cooking - they went a really inky blue colour - not very appetising really!

Veggie Gnome said...

Angela - thanks. It was! :)

Sue - I was hoping you'd comment, as you had mentioned before that the colour wasn't appetising. So, it does turn a different colour. Wow. Isn't that interesting?! :)

Sue@G.L. Allotments said...

I wish I'd taken a photo now but we haven't any growing so I've missed the opportunity.

Veggie Gnome said...

Sue - what a shame! Are you going to grow it again - or will you move on to a different variety? :)

Sue@G.L. Allotments said...

I'm not sure - we really grew it as we were having problems growing the white varieties and the coloured ones - we grew yellow, orange and green curds too seemed easier to grow. Now though we seem to be doing OK with the white varieties. If we do though I'll take a photo of it cooked.