Looking for vegan cauliflower recipes? Want to make the best cauliflower steak or cauliflower curry? Check out our recipes below and then perhaps take a look at our favourite healthy vegan recipes, or check out our healthy vegan breakfasts, easy smoothie bowls and nutritious dinner options.
Vegan cauliflower recipes
Chunky wedges of cauliflower are brushed with rose harissa, roasted an served with warm hummus and a super-simple homemade dukkah to make this satisfying plant-based dish.
Check out this vegan cauli steak recipe with punchy jerk spice and soft red kidney beans. This easy dish serves two for a super simple, low-calorie meal.
Roast cauliflower, juicy raisins and slow-cooked onions join forces to create this simple vegan pasta dish, ready on the table in 40 minutes.
Get that cauliflower involved with the tin of chickpeas in your storecupboard. Together, they make this protein-rich vegan curry for a nutritious midweek meal.
Here cauliflower is cooked with turmeric until the edges start to crisp and caramelise. Then it's joined by edamame beans, petit pois, cashews and rice, before being drizzled with a teriyaki dressing in this hearty vegan salad.
These vegan, low-calorie buffalo cauliflower tacos are ready in just 35 minutes and are so packed with flavour that you won’t even notice you’re being virtuous.
Check out our vegan roasted cauliflower dish with warm harissa hummus. This cauliflower recipe makes for a great side dish when feeding a hungry crowd and looks really impressive at the table. Plus it's low in calories and it's gluten-free.
Check out our vibrant cauliflower salad recipe with giant couscous, crispy fried onions and a punchy zhoug dressing. This easy salad is vegan, low in calories and really satisfying.
This hearty spaghetti carbonara uses the whole cauliflower – leaves, stalks and all – so that nothing is wasted. Creamy and indulgent, it's topped with pine nuts and those crispy baked leaves. Ready in under an hour, it's less than 450 calories, too.
This vegan cauliflower rice recipe is great for a light meal. By blitzing cauliflower in a food processor and quickly cooking, you get the consistency and texture of rice but without the carbs and with fewer calories. It still fills you up, and it’s quicker to cook, too.