Looking for a dish to take to your next cookout, family reunion, or get together this summer? I’ve got you covered. My friend Melissa made Cauliflower Tabbouleh this weekend for a cookout we had and it was a hit! I just had to have her share the recipe so I could share it with all of you!
This tabbouleh is light and perfect for a hot summer day. Plus, it’s super healthy! Works as a great alternative for potato or macaroni salad. And, it would be perfect for an Ideal Protein Phase 1 lunch!
Recently, I went to my favorite co-op, Common Market, for lunch. They have a great selection – hot food bar, salad bar, made-to-order sandwiches, smoothies, coffees, juices, and soups. For this trip all I really wanted was some soup, it had been really cold and I needed something to warm me up!
Now, when you are on Ideal Protein its really hard to find a soup that meets the requirements – especially one you didn’t make yourself. However, Common Market is usually really good about having something. That day they were featuring a roasted red pepper soup that looked delicious. Granted their soup did have some cream in it, but everything else was IP phase one approved! I decided to have a small cup…and it was delicious! It was so good that I actually thought about it for the rest of the week! How can I make this soup at home? If I made it at home I could take the cream out…then it would be IP friendly! So, this past week I embarked on a quest to make the perfect IP friendly Roasted Red Pepper Soup!