RECIPE: Make Double Zero’s Cauliflower Antipasti

Double Zero’s Cauliflower Antipasti
Courtesy of Heidi Harris

Credit: Heidi Harris

Credit: Heidi Harris

Double Zero’s Cauliflower Antipasti Courtesy of Heidi Harris

Whenever we go to Double Zero, we always order the cauliflower antipasti to share with the table as a starter. Even our friends who don’t like vegetables change their minds when they try this dish. May I get the recipe? — Mylan McEwan, Atlanta

Double Zero’s executive chef Zachary Lanier shared the recipe along with this note: Our cauliflower has been a fan favorite for years! Bagna cauda is a very traditional sauce from Italy used for dipping and coating many vegetables. The spiced yogurt adds the creamy, soothing feeling to counter the flavorful bagna cauda. Cauliflower is the perfect vessel to carry these two delicious sauces and bring together a fan-favorite dish.”

Bagna Cauda

The blended oil that Double Zero uses for this dish is 75% canola oil and 25% extra-virgin olive oil.

From the menu of ... Double Zero, 1577 N. Decatur Road, Atlanta; 404-991-3666;

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