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Cheesy Cauliflower Pancakes

Cheesy Cauliflower Pancakes
A couple weeks ago Giz over at Equal Opportunity Kitchen posted a recipe for Cauliflower Pancakes. They sounded & looked wonderful to me so the head of yellow cauliflower in our fridge was quickly marked for pancakes. When I mentioned them in my weekly menu Dawn at Vanilla Sugar said she hoped there would be cheese in them. Well that was like a light bulb going on over my head. Of course there would be cheese in them! Cheese & cayenne! These were such a simple side dish & a great use for cauliflower (it seems we always end up roasting it). I liked them with a little sour cream to dip them in while Matt preferred them with a little more cheese grated over the top. Cheesy Cauliflower Pancakes 1 head cauliflower2 large eggs1/2 c cheddar cheese, grated1/2 c panko1/2 t cayenne pepper (more of less to taste)saltolive oil Cut cauliflower into florets & cook in boiling water until tender about 10 minutes. Coat the bottom of a griddle or skillet with olive oil over medium-high heat.

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