The luxurious flavor and texture of a creamy cauliflower purée contrasts the grassy nature of Brussels sprouts in this elegant dish. Enjoy it with seared fish or roast chicken. It also makes a satisfying first course served on its own.
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My daughter made this for Thanksgiving and it was outstanding. Thinking that roasting the sprouts would be a good alternative and provide a bit more texture to the sprouts.
I made this as my Thanksgiving veggie and it was fantastic. The cauliflower cream, the capers and the parmesan cheese shavings really make the dish. I would not make it for Thanksgiving again - it is such a great dish, I would rather serve it with a smaller, simpler meal where it isn't competing with the 15 other dishes on the Thanksgiving table. It's a winner that people will want the recipe for!
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