![DSC_8655.jpg](https://files.steempeak.com/file/steempeak/carolynstahl/PSSliwuQ-DSC_8655.jpg) We were just about to make lunch today and the power went out. Uggghh. I had a plan but I had to change it. We just happen to have a camping stove that we got to use at the parks when we have a picnic, which we may not be able to do unless there's a miracle and they set us free. There are small parks nearby but they are not nice. The stove is a great back up but we weren't sure if the butane was enough to do anything. We took our chances. It was going to be a quick operation since it was looking like possible showers outside. ![c1.jpg](https://files.steempeak.com/file/steempeak/carolynstahl/EMRyP3gc-c1.jpg) **Teriyaki cauliflower** * 1 head cauliflower * 1 1/2 cups chickpea flour * 1 cup vegan yogurt Chop cauliflower into bite size pieces. Coat with yogurt. Toss with chickpea flour. **Teriyaki Sauce** * 1/2 cup soy sauce * 2 cloves garlic * 1 teaspoon minced ginger * 1 teaspoon sesame oil * 1 teaspoon ketchup (I added this but it's not usually in Teriyaki sauce) * 2 tablespoons brown sugar (I used maple syrup) * 1 tablespoon rice wine vinegar * 1/8 cup water * 1 tablespoon cornstarch (I added 2 hot chilies to it) Combine ingredients. I went ahead today and coated the pan with more oil than I usually use. Around 2 tablespoons. Heat the oil then add cauliflower, than onions. Cook until browned than add sauce and turn to low. ![c2.jpg](https://files.steempeak.com/file/steempeak/carolynstahl/KrvwJ5Tu-c2.jpg) I had cooked some rice beforehand taking it off the burner when it was almost done. It continued cooking while I did the cauliflower. ![DSC_8646.jpg](https://files.steempeak.com/file/steempeak/carolynstahl/Y5U7gzai-DSC_8646.jpg) I stopped cooking the cauliflower when the sauce was nearly cooked out. I wanted it cooked through and hot but still firm. ![DSC_8675.jpg](https://files.steempeak.com/file/steempeak/carolynstahl/rZ8jdd44-DSC_8675.jpg) Throughout my life I've never really been crazy about cauliflower. I liked it but it was not on the top of my list of veggies. Since I've been vegan I have experimented more and more with different food items. Cauliflower turns out to be a very versatile veggie to use. It can be mashed, steamed, made into soup, eaten raw and dipped, eaten raw in salads, eaten as a rice substitute and it happens to be great for main dishes as well. ![DSC_8656.jpg](https://files.steempeak.com/file/steempeak/carolynstahl/bQkPPe6p-DSC_8656.jpg) In the end I was really thankful for the power outage. I was loving the outdoor cooking. I also loved the delicious lunch made super fast without making a mess in my mother in laws' kitchen. I think I will have to get some more butane. These little stove burners are a lifesaver. Have a good weekend everyone!