Using cheese to make vegetables more palatable is an ancient practice that stretches back to the beginning of time.
OK, maybe I just made that up, but it is a well-known and simple act that adding cheese can make just about anything delicious.
We all know we should be eating more vegetables, but sometimes that’s easier said than done.
Sometimes a pile of plants just doesn’t look or sound appetizing. That’s where (at least with this recipe) cheese plays a role.
Herbs Again Come To The Rescue
I love spicing up my dishes, with the entire spice drawer at times, which is why I made sure to include plenty of garlic, onion, basil, and oregano. Those flavors always play well with mozzarella and Parmigiano-Reggiano and in this instance, they give this dish a wonderful Italian flavor.
This recipe was inspired by my sister Amanda, who made a similar dish and posted it on Facebook. It looked so yummy and got some people interested so I asked her about how she made it… and then made it my own (i.e. probably made something completely different) but both recipes have cheese & cauliflower so that means their pretty similar. ;)