Coronation cauliflower

Coronation cauliflower
  • Low phosphate
  • Low potassium
  • Low protein
  • Low salt
  • Vegan
  • Vegetarian
  • Main meal
  • 1 hour or less
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A plant-based low protein recipe, low in salt, potassium and phosphate - great if you’re following a low protein diet.


1 large (up to 850g) cauliflower, separated into florets

2 tablespoons medium curry powder

1 tablespoon olive oil

250g soya yoghurt

20g sultanas

20g coriander, chopped

100g rocket, or other salad leaves


200g plain flour

20g parsley, chopped

100ml water

2 tablespoons olive oil

Up to 1 tablespoon of oil to cook the flatbreads


  1. Step 1

    Add the cauliflower to a saucepan and fill with water, bring to a boil and allow to boil for 3 minutes so it is still fairly firm. Drain and allow to cool slightly. Preheat the oven to 200°C / 180°C fan / gas mark 6. Put the cauliflower into a roasting tin and toss with two teaspoons of the curry powder and one tablespoon of the olive oil. Roast for 20 minutes.

  2. Step 2

    While the cauliflower is cooking, mix the yoghurt with the rest of curry powder, sultanas, and half of the chopped coriander.

  3. Step 3

    Remove the cauliflower from the oven and leave to cool for a little while. Once cooled, mix into the yoghurt mix.

  4. Step 4

    To make the flatbreads, put the flour and parsley into a bowl and mix in the water. Add in the oil, mix to a dough, and then knead for five minutes.

  5. Step 5

    Divide the dough into four pieces and roll it out on a floured surface. Heat a small amount of oil in a large frying pan and cook each flatbread for about two minutes on each side. Keep warm in a clean tea towel until ready to serve.

  6. Step 6

    Serve the cauliflower, sprinkled with remaining coriander, with a flatbread and some salad leaves like rocket.

Food facts

The flour used to make the flatbread is the main source of carbohydrate in this recipe, and the value has been provided for those who have been trained in insulin adjustment.

This recipe is low in potassium, despite the use of a whole cauli-flower that has been baked rather than boiled. This is because the quantities of all the ingredients have been kept to a minimum, therefore please ensure you follow the quantities for all the ingredients and the serving sizes.

This recipe is also low in phosphate, however it still contains some phosphate, therefore, if you are prescribed a phosphate binder you should take as directed.

This recipe is low in protein, which makes it suitable for those advised to eat a reduced protein diet.

Use gluten-free flour for the flatbreads.

Consider using a wholemeal flour or half wholemeal and half white flour for the flatbreads.

This meal will keep in an airtight container in the fridge for three days. It is a great option for a packed lunch. Uncooked flatbreads can be frozen, layered with greaseproof paper, and then cooked from frozen. Cooking them from frozen will take a few minutes more.