This spicy curry flavored whole roasted cauliflower makes a beautiful presentation and a very tasty vegetable dish.
I’ve had “whole roasted cauliflower” on my recipe to-do list for nearly three months, but I kept eating my cauliflower before having a chance to make it. I absolutely love the presentation of this dish. The outside of the cauliflower is coated in a spicy yogurt curry. When baked, the yogurt forms a crust over the cauliflower (I did something similar with Buffalo Cauliflower Bites).
If you enjoy acai, then you’re probably familiar with Sambazon, one of the leading sellers of acai products. Sambazon also has two cafes in California and one happens to be in San Diego.
Even though I like making my own acai bowls at home, I still find myself coming to Sambazon Cafe because their acai bowls taste different from all the other ones I’ve had. I’ve tried to replicate the flavor and texture numerous times but so far no success. I’ve even followed their recipes online.
Their acai bowls are not nearly as pretty as some of the other offerings in San Diego, and they are a little on the expensive side, but we really love the texture and flavor. The acai base is thick without being chunky and has a very pure acai taste.
Coconut Mango Bowl
This one is my favorite. The acai is topped with coconut shavings, mangoes, banana and granola. The acai base is a little bit sweet. I’m not sure if it’s the liquid they add to blend it or other fruits, but it’s definitely sweeter than pure, unsweetened acai. I really enjoy the tropical flavors added to the bowl.
This creamy, no churn ice cream, pairs matcha green tea with crushed Oreos for a delicious combination.
Summer might be ending soon, but the current sweltering heat means it’s definitely still ice cream time. I’d like to be on an ice cream diet right now if that was a thing.
The magical number for today is 7. Why 7, you ask?