Herb Cauliflower Salad

adapted from Levana Cooks using Garden Vegetable Levana Nourishments

herb cauliflower

Cauliflower salad makes regular appearances at our table!

There seems to be nothing you can’t do with it: Grind it with the right seasonings, and you get a Pizza crust; Throw in a handful frozen cauliflower with your other smoothie ingredients and it’s a leaner and no delicious smoothie; Throw it in a frittata; make a fantastic soup; make roasted cauliflower pasta. OK, there’s a lot more but you get the idea!

Is Cauliflower the new grain?

It seems perfectly suited to play the role of the grain in many dishes where we would rather not have too much starch.

Cauliflower is the “new” foodie darling:

Ideally nutritious, delicious and lean, and no carbs. Once considered boring but somewhat compulsory food, now it finds its way in no end of exciting dishes!

My herb cauliflower salad here is inspired from its cousin: Tabouleh.

But instead of starring wheat or quinoa, it stars the humble cauliflower.

You will be amazed at how many delicious ways to serve it you will enjoy: Scroll down for variations!

Give your Food Processor all your chopping and mincing!


  • 1 small head cauliflower, hard cores removed, cut in chunks
  • 1/2 cup mint leaves, packed
  • 1 bunch flat parsley
  • 6-8 cilantro, tough stems removed (skip if you don't like cilantro, or use dill)
  • 6 scallions, sliced thin
  • juice of 2 lemons
  • 1/2 cup olive oil
  • 2 pouches Levana Nourishments Garden Vegetable


In a food processor, using the pulse button, coarsely grind the cauliflower with the metal S blade. Transfer to a bowl.

With the same S blade, grind the mint, parsley and cilantro medium-fine. Transfer to the same bowl. Add all remaining ingredients, and mix thoroughly.

Makes about 6 cups. Keep refrigerated.

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