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Thursday, May 22, 2014

Cauliflower Poppers Made Great With Jiva USDA Organic Cumin Powder

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

I have found a great way to cook cauliflower and the awesome part is this dish is low in fat and so good for you. The Cauliflower Poppers are so good that I have to stop myself from eating the whole head of cauliflower. These tasty poppers are a great snack or go great with any meal. The secret ingredient that makes the cauliflower so yummy is Cumin. Cumin in a spice that has a nutty pepper taste and is great in Mexican and Tex-Mex dishes. It also can be used in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine.

I was sent a package of Jiva USDA Organic Cumin Powder to review on my blog. I love that this cumin is USDA Organic and is all natural product of India. This wonderful spice has an intense aroma and is 100% pure cumin with no salt, no MSG, no GMO, and no ethylene Oxide treatment. The spice comes in a resealable bag.

I love cooking with spices and fresh spices make a difference in taste. The color of this cumin was more vibrant than what you can buy at the grocery store and it had an intense spicy aroma. I searched for different recipes online to give me ideas on how to use this wonderful spice. I already knew from living in New Mexico that it is great in Mexican dishes like tacos and enchiladas but I wanted to make something different to bring out the great flavor of cumin. I stumbled upon this great recipe for Cauliflower Poppers and knew I just had to try it. I love my veggies roasted and knew roasting them with cumin would give them a great taste. I was right. When these wonderful Cauliflower Poppers came out of the oven, I just inhaled the great aroma of the cumin.The taste of the cauliflower was awesome and I ate over half of the batch I cooked. I could have easily all of the poppers but I knew my husband would want some.

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Cauliflower Poppers


1 tsp olive oil
1 head cauliflower (medium uncooked)
1/2 tsp Jiva USDA Organic Cumin Powder
1/2 tsp chili powder 
1/2 tsp table salt
1/2 tsp black pepper


Preheat oven to 400 degree and coat a baking sheet with or a Silicone baking sheet.

Cut cauliflower florets into bite-sized pieces. Place cumin, chili powder, salt and pepper in a gallon size bag, zip it and shake to mix spices. Open the bag and add oil and cauliflower pieces. Seal the bag again and shake well so spices blend over the cauliflower. You can also do the above steps in a bowl, stirring the items in.
Spread cauliflower on prepared baking sheet and bake about 20 minutes.

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Esther said...

MMMMM! Yummy! I love vegetables! I never thought of adding cumin powder to them. Looks delicious. Something I am going to try out now(especially if it is organic)!

Unknown said...

Cumin is definitely one of my staples. This has to go on my list of cauliflower recipes to try!

Bola said...

Never tried the cumin spice. I have read about it health benefits and your review just pushed the needle for me.

Jessica said...

Those look very tasty. I love to add cumin to soups and chilis.

Kira said...

I love cumin.....

Bre said...

I have never tried cumin before. This post has peeked my curiosity.

Yona Williams said...

I recently discovered cumin not too long ago, and I love cauliflower, so this is something I'd definitely like to try.

Nicole Pyles said...

This looks really really good, and I love all the ingredients you used for this! Great recipe idea!

Unknown said...

this looks like a very interesting recipe, I think my kids might eat cauliflower this way.

Cristi said...

This recipe actually sounds really good. I love cumin and use it quite often, so I will have to try this recipe!

Unknown said...

That looks really good. I love cauliflower.

Menucha said...

love cumin - never thought of using it on cauliflower! will definitely try it!

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