Perfect as a side dish or a main course all on its own, the French-inspired cauliflower gratin is a great way to incorporate this vegetable onto your dinner table. A simple mixture of milk, cheese, butter, and cauliflower, this recipe is pretty easy to make.
You can play around with lots of different cheeses, though many agree that Gruyere is a traditional choice for the dish. If you canít find Gruyere, some good substitutes would be Fontina, Comte, or Beaufort cheese. One of these options should be available in your local grocery store, though cheddar could also work if you can’t find these substitutes.
Some people add a bit of mustard flavor or chopped nuts, but weíd say that keeping it simple works perfectly. Though going half-and-half with cauliflower and broccoli could be pretty tasty!
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