Sweet scallops nestled in a dreamy, creamy cauliflower purée make a simple but elegant dish. Crisped capers add just the right bit of briny pop.
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OMG! Definitely restaurant quality. I wouldn't change a thing, except for doubling the cauliflower puree. One recipe would have been good for three people. Served with roasted asparagus, which works wonderfully.
Double the cauliflower. No need to bake after steaming, just dry well. I didn't have fresh thyme, so used dried. Fresh would be better for sure. My husband licked his plate. 3 scallops for me, 4 for my husband, and that's what I'll do for guests, too.
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