Oh wow that looks good!
I used no boil lasagna noodles from Aldi (not sure if they're a regular or not) but any pasta that's a wider type, like campanelle, or bow tie, or if you can find the kind that look like doll sized lasagna noodles, will work. I can't find those anywhere anymore!Oh wow that looks good!
That's a funny coincidence, but this morning, i've had a cauliflower salad too (with yellow tomatoes and raw shredded beets). But the cauliflower was raw as well...A Jersey Royal & cauliflower salad served warm with vinaigrette and sliced frankfurters.
Indeed, it's a matter of taste, because, i have to admit: cooked (in any way) cauliflower and raw one - are like two different flavours, even two different veggies (at least, that's how i feel). I used to love cooked cauliflower in my younger years, but i had a feeling that it can taste even better, so, relatively recently, i came to the pure delightful taste of raw cruciferous veggies (all of them). The only exception is raw brussel sprouts: i haven't tried them raw yet, because they cost like gold. Moreover, they say, they may be slightly poisonous (i have no clue if it's true or not).I prefer cauliflower to be lightly steamed for salads.
The vegan sour creme is pretty good- can taste the starches, but it was really good in mashed potatoes.We had the two types of vegan ravioli that Aldi had for sale this week. We ate the spinach filled one with a basil tomato sauce, and I made pesto to top the eggplant and pepper filled ravioli.