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Help with a cauliflower preserved lemon salad

cookin_mama | Dec 23, 201904:36 PM     2

I had a salad at Olympia Provisions in Portland, it was divine. The salad consisted of chopped cauliflower, pomegranate seeds, preserved lemons, mint and maybe parsley. I am trying to re-create this salad for Christmas Eve, but feeling a bit over my head ( especially since I've never used preserved lemons before).

So far, I've got a large head of cauliflower chopped up, and it/s marinating in olive oil, about 1.5 t. of preserved lemon juice, and about 1/2 a small preserved lemon, finely diced. I'm going to leave that overnight. I'm going to add the pomegranate seeds, mint, and maybe the parsley tomorrow. I feel like maybe there's something missing. A hint of a warm spice to hang out with the cauliflower overnight?

I would be so appreciative of any thoughts as to what you would add to this salad!

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