Who do not love garlic cheesy bread? I really do but there always too much carbs in the classic garlic bread recipe so I love to create a variation using cauliflower and broccoli instead of flour. This recipe is inspired by one of my previous recipe called the cauliflower pizza crust. Here I adapted the previous recipe by mixing broccoli and cauliflower and I reduced the fat by removing some of the egg yolk. My little girl usually do not like cauliflower but she loves broccoli and mixing both is my trick to ensure she eats some cauliflower.
It is very easy to make all you need is a good food processor to grated the vegetables and a microwave to steam the vegetables.The critical part of this recipe is to drain the cooked grated cauliflower and broccoli into a dry towel, squeezing the towel to form a ball and remove all the remaining water. Be careful when doing this it can burn (I know what I am talking about! next time I will use oven gloves).
If you want to form a cute rectangle of breadsticks as on my first picture, use a piece of baking paper and fold it as a rectangle, pressing evenly the vegetable inside the paper to remove all air. It will also ensure that the vegetable hold together when baking. Look at the tutorial below for easier folding.
The texture of this cheesy cauli broccoli garlic breadstick is very tender, full of cheese (you can use low fat cheese if needed) and it goes very well with some chili oil.
This recipe served 6 people and we kept the cooked bread in the fridge for the next day. It rewarms very well in the microwave.
Below are the steps by steps picture of this lovely low carb cheesy garlic bread recipe.
Nutrition panel is for one serve without the chilli oil. This recipe serve 4 slices.
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