Frozen cauliflower, without defrosting, put in boiling water and cook for 15-17 minutes. Microwave frozen cauliflower for 8-9 minutes.
In a slow cooker for a couple and a double boiler, cook frozen cauliflower for 25-35 minutes.
How to cook frozen cauliflower
Needed – frozen cauliflower, water
1. Do not defrost frozen cauliflower before cooking.
2. Large inflorescences of frozen cabbage can be broken into small inflorescences by hand to cook faster, or left whole.
3. Put the frozen cauliflower in an enamel saucepan or a saucepan with a thick bottom.
4. Pour cold water into a saucepan with cabbage so that it covers the cabbage for a couple of centimeters.
5. Salt the water in the pan with half a teaspoon of salt, close the pan so that the water boils faster.
6. Place a covered pot with cabbage on a quick fire, let it boil.
7. Open the lid, change the fire of the stove to medium.
8. Boil individual small inflorescences of cabbage for 10 minutes, whole large inflorescences – 15-17 minutes. Cauliflower is prepared without closing the pan – otherwise the inflorescences may become yellowish.
How to cook in the microwave
1. Put 400 grams of frozen cauliflower in a deep microwave dish.
2. Pour half a glass of water.
3. Set the microwave to a power of 800 watts and a time of 5 minutes.
4. Press start, cook until the signal.
5. Check for half-readiness, mix and cook for another 4 minutes.
How to cook in a slow cooker for a couple
1. Cauliflower (400 grams) do not defrost, put in a tray for steaming.
2. Pour water into the multicooker container.
3. Close the lid of the multicooker, set to the “steaming” mode.
4. Boil the cabbage for 25-35 minutes, depending on the size of the inflorescences and quantity.
– Frozen cauliflower cannot be re-frozen after defrosting – it loses its shape, taste, useful qualities.
– When buying frozen cauliflower in the store, it is important to pay attention to the size of the inflorescences – they must be whole, not small. Otherwise, the cabbage was stored with violations of the recommended conditions. When buying frozen cabbage in an opaque bag, you can determine the integrity of the inflorescences by feeling them with your hands. There should also not be a large amount of ice in cabbage bags – this is a sign of repeated freezing.