Roasting slabs of cauliflower has become a popular way to cook this vegetable because it makes it feels like a main course. We love brushing our steaks with Tikka Masala sauce for an extra boost of flavor. If you have some ghee in your cupboard, we suggest you drizzle it over the top. Mmmm.

Serves 4

Step 1

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Lightly brush a baking sheet with oil.

Step 2

Trim leaves from base of cauliflower. Place the whole head, cut-side down, and slice down the center. Carefully cut slices from either side into ½-inch thick slices or “steaks.” Not all the cauliflower will stay intact. Toss any loose florets in enough Tikka Masala sauce to lightly coat.

Step 3

Place slices on the oiled baking sheet. Use a pastry brush to spread about 2 tablespoons Tikka Masala over each cauliflower slice. Place the coated florets on the same baking sheet leaving space between each piece.

Step 4

Roast for 25 to 30 minutes or until fork tender and browned around the edges. Flipping is optional. You may turn the pieces and brush on more sauce and ghee if you like, halfway through cooking, but take care as the steaks can break apart.