Cauliflower Quinoa Dumplings in Creamy Marinara Sauce
Cauliflower Quinoa Dumplings in Creamy Marinara Sauce are the best! If you love Italian food, this healthy delicious gluten-free, vegetarian dish is for you!
The vegetarian dumplings are simply made with cauliflower rice, quinoa, parsley, garlic, oregano and eggs. They are light and flavourful and super easy to make. To make the dumplings, all you do is mix the ingredients and chill for 15 minutes. Then, you form small dumplings and place them in a baking dish. That is it for the dumplings.
For the creamy marinara sauce, again, easy! Saute the garlic in olive oil with basil, and if you like a bit of spice, add some cayenne pepper. For the next step, whisk in tomato sauce, cream and cheddar cheese until melted. Once the sauce is prepared, pour it over the dumplings and bake. Before the dumplings are done cooking, scatter the remaining cheese over the top and bake a few more minutes until the cheese has melted.
The flavourful creamy marinara sauce ties everything together beautifully. I make my sauce extra spicy because I love spicy food, but feel free to add as much or as little cayenne pepper as you like.
I know, looking at the long list of ingredients, the recipe may look complicated, but there is nothing to it, even for a novice cook.
If you are looking to make vegetarian Italian food, you should try this Cauliflower Quinoa Dumplings in Creamy Marinara Sauce recipe. This gluten-free, vegetarian dinner is super tasty and also healthy. This dish is ideal for a healthy meatless lazy night. Serve with a salad, simple parsley rice or over gluten-free pasta. Enjoy!
Another delicious gluten-free cauliflower recipe is our famous Chicken and Chorizo Cauliflower Paella ♥
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