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Roasted cauliflower with olive oil and salt is a dish so delicious that the whole family will be begging for more. Make roasted cauliflower with olive oil and salt with help from an internationally-known cookbook author, food writer, culinary teacher and consultant in this free video clip.

Expert: Diane Kochilas
Bio: Diane Kochilas is an internationally-known cookbook author, food writer, culinary teacher and consultant.
Filmmaker: Alan Mack

Series Description: You don’t have to spend an expensive night out at a fancy restaurant to enjoy some delicious Greek food. Get Greek recipes and learn how to bring world cuisine right into your very own home with help from an internationally-known cookbook author, food writer, culinary teacher and consultant in this free video series.


  1. notsootinytina21
    September 10, 2012

    you put way too much evoo. it would just taste muddy & too greasy with that
    amount of oil.

  2. audrey deal
    November 25, 2012


  3. briggybear
    February 8, 2013

    The fact that you call it ‘evoo’ shows that you have no idea what you are
    talking about.

  4. RVFC2012
    March 1, 2013

    I’ve worked in professional Restaurants for years, Chefs have referred to
    Extra Virgin Olive Oil as ‘Evo’ or often write it down as ‘Evoo’ for a long
    time. Its pretty obvious what it means.

  5. kalik314
    March 24, 2013

    you can still just call it olive oil. without the ev in front.

  6. Michael Stark
    May 8, 2013

    how many minutes in the oven?

  7. bagz boo
    May 17, 2013

    fix it for dinner now I’m a Black Greek. thanks. Psalm 83:18

  8. Reza Momin
    June 12, 2013

    Olive Oil has also lots of Fat calories

  9. Kay2be2mr
    June 22, 2013

    It depends how you use it. If you use olive oil in the pan to cook with,
    then it turns into straight up fatty oil like the type that’s used to fry
    french fries. But if you use it straight from the bottle to your plate,
    those fatty acids and calories are actually good for you. Not all calories
    are the same.

  10. Hana Berlin
    June 26, 2013

    The first minute was just a commercial for products.

  11. GracieFlix
    July 24, 2013

    That’s a lot of olive oil. Lol.

  12. preuton
    July 25, 2013

    Minutes and temperature?

  13. Karis Hilton
    August 16, 2013

    Just made this! Delicious!

  14. ostime14
    August 24, 2013

    does anyone know how long it goes in the oven for at 375?????

  15. whitezita
    September 12, 2013

    What!! More oil at the end? You must be kidding me! :S This sounded healthy
    but at soon as you stared pouring that amount of oil since the begining, I
    was very concerned. :S

  16. aspradhan
    September 13, 2013

    Three cups of olive oil, you’d say? Looks delicious, but frankly, that’s a
    lot of EVOO. I could get the same result with less than 1/8th of the EVOO
    you’ve used, on a pan and without the pungent vineger. BTW, do you have a
    couple of nice EVOO drink recipe? ;)

  17. aspradhan
    September 13, 2013

    nope, she didn’t say. i think about 9 hours.

  18. Mohamed Abouras
    October 10, 2013

    give it 25 min and check .. it might take more though

  19. 8019Melissa
    October 15, 2013

    Is this a promotion for the Greek olive oil or what !!

  20. troecurov3
    November 2, 2013

    this amount of oil can kill instantly…

  21. Farhan Khan
    December 7, 2013

    Looks delicious but I’m concerned about the amount of oil you used. :-s

  22. geshnizusa
    December 16, 2013

    This is typical of most Greek food. Lot’s of olive oil and either tomato
    sauce or lemon juice makes most Greek dishes. You can cut back on the oil
    but it won’t taste quite the same. Olive oil is very good for you, full of
    antioxidants. In comparison, pasta dishes in most restaurants use about
    half a cube of butter per order so this is by far the better option.

  23. Heather Pierce Giannone
    December 16, 2013

    Looks great! Have you tried this trick with the cauliflower?: wrap up the
    cauliflower in a dish towel and slam it on the counter – the cauliflower
    breaks right up without using a knife! I used it in my simple cauliflower
    “potatoes” and green beans video if you want to check it out.

  24. Lilly Chong
    January 3, 2014

    I tried this last nite, it was so delicious

  25. Sasha Airesse
    January 20, 2014