Got these two lovely colored cauliflowers yesterday from our friend.When I asked my Facebook group what to do with them I got many suggestions, main one was to pickle them and another was roasting with garlic, olive oil and Parmesan or as gratin with potatoes.
So now I pickled half and prepared a pan with potatoes and cream for baking. All looks appealing and colorful.
Today we had a big festive lunch, stuffed turkey with all accompanying dishes.
Recipe from my sister which turned out very good, turkey was very moist and well done, I soaked it yesterday in brine containing salt,pepper corns, cinnamon stick, cardamom, rosemary and vinegar.
This morning I dried it very well then stuffed it with sauteed onions and bread ( whole loaf of toast without crust edges) then I added lots of butter between skin and flesh with spices and salt.
spices,butter and bread stuffing.
Wrap the turkey very well with foil paper and bake for 4 hours, begin with very high heat for the first half hour then lower it to medium or a bit less for remaining time. Remove foil last half hour so that it’ll be roasted and golden.
golden and done.
Along with it, I made potato gratin, rice with spices and meat on top, veggies, corn salad, butter sautéed red cabbage with cloves and rocca apple cranberry salad.