Sriracha Roasted Cauliflower Recipe and Signing at OXO in NYC

Sriracha Roasted Cauliflower from

We love NYC, there’s no doubt that. The city is a beast on its own, but around every corner, there’s a gem of a find. The energy, vibe, food and people keep us awake into the wee hours of the night.  And best of all, OXO headquarters is in NYC and what better way to celebrate the launch of our cookbook than to partner with these wonderful folks.

We’ve always loved their tools. It was years ago that we first found their vegetable swivel peeler and julienne peeler. Can’t believe how a simple, but well crafted tool such as the peeler and julienne tool can change our culinary lives, but it did. Then we discovered their incredible kitchen scales. Done. We’re hooked for life.

The killer views at their  super-amazing-beautiful headquarters in Manhattan couldn’t get any better. It was a thrill to be able to launch our cookbook in NYC  with them. What a dream it was to be able to work with a brand you love so much and to celebrate something very special

check out the glove wall and killer views at OXO headquarters!

Bountiful cookbook signing with White On Rice Couple in New York City

We’re so grateful that OXO and their incredible team, led by Bena and Veronica, for hosting our first NYC Bountiful  signing. Not only did they take care of the signing itself, but they were wonderful hosts to all the attendees.

And best of all, we were able to cook Bountiful recipes in their beautiful kitchen, including this favorite sriracha roasted cauliflower.

Todd & Diane cooked for the guests & Veronica assisted, she’s the  master at the OXO mandoline slicer.

Bountiful cookbook signing with White On Rice Couple in New York City

What to make for a crowd of fifty people? Our popular sriracha roasted cauliflower was so easy to make for a large crowd and best of all, it involved very little dishes. All it took were a few roasting pans and before we could blink, we had roasted six heads of cauliflower, enough to feed half of Manhattan. Well, ok, we’re exaggerating. But still, these were that easy to make.

Here are some images from the evening with the wonderful OXO folks. We love these guys/gals and can’t thank them enough for supporting our book, our friends and the food community!

Hugs, love and huge thank you to OXO for hosting and to everyone who came. We love you all!

-diane and todd

Setting up…. we all want to live in this space….

Bountiful cookbook signing with White On Rice Couple in New York City the OXO kitchen and light are incredible

Bountiful cookbook signing with White On Rice Couple in New York City loved serving all Bountiful recipes in OXO bowls and even the food table had the best view in NYC

Bountiful cookbook signing with White On Rice Couple in New York City the OXO team working and planning….

Bountiful cookbook signing with White On Rice Couple in New York City oh, in case you missed it, here’s another view of NYC….

Bountiful cookbook signing with White On Rice Couple in New York City the rock-star OXO team…. thank you all…..

Bountiful cookbook signing with White On Rice Couple in New York City … last view of this incredible space!……

Bountiful cookbook signing with White On Rice Couple in New York City

finale…. it was such a great evening. Thank to everyone who came, ate and shared stories. Bountiful Cookbook Signing with at OXO in New York City

Where to buy Bountiful online? Here’s also a list of some great independent bookstores in your area. Please support them! For most of the independent bookstores, our book is available to order online was well as at the store and many have signed copies available.

Book Larder, Seattle
Book Soup and Vromans, Los Angeles
Kings English, Salt Lake City, Utah
Powells Books, Portland, Oregon
Barnes and Nobles

5 from 1 vote
Sriracha Roasted Cauliflower
Total Time
30 mins

This recipe is from our cookbook, Bountiful. Since everyone's spice preference varies, make sure to adjust the amount of sriracha sauce to your desired level. It it over the top excellent with a homemade sriracha sauce, however it is still great with the regular store bought variety.

Course: Side Dish
Servings: 4 Servings
  • 1/3 cup (80ml) olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon sesame oil
  • 1 tablespoon soy sauce (use Tamari Soy sauce for Gluten Free)
  • 1 tablespoon rice vinegar (use distilled white vinegar for Gluten Free)
  • 2 tablespoons Sriracha sauce , homemade or regular
  • 1 head cauliflower (about 2 pounds / 910g), cut into 3⁄4-inch (2-cm) florets
  • chopped cilantro , for garnish
  1. Preheat the oven to 400°F. Lightly grease a sheet pan or line it with parchment paper.
  2. In a large bowl, combine the oil, sesame oil, soy sauce, vinegar, and sriracha sauce. Whisk well.
  3. Gently add the cauliflower to the bowl and coat with the marinade.
  4. Arrange the cauliflower on a baking sheet and roast for 10 minutes. Turn the cauliflower over and roast for another 10 minutes, or until tender.
  5. Garnish with the cilantro and serve.
{ 18 comments… read them below or add one }
  1. KalynsKitchen

    Hi guys,
    Just letting you know I am featuring this recipe in my weekly Low-Carb Recipe Love on Fridays, which is all about roasted cauliflower this week! (These comments also help me remember I’ve featured this recipe, just in case it catches my eye again later!) Hope some of my readers will click over and try the recipe!

    Miss you guys; hope I will get to come to California some time soon! Hope things are going well.

  2. Jessica @ Food Luv Bites

    Looks like a lot of fun! I mean everything from the food and the people. I can’t wait to be doing things like this.

  3. Vickie

    Wow so sorry to have had to miss this amazing event…what a fabulous place to have held your book signing! Cannot wait to try the recipe! Congratulations to both of you on such an awesome and lovely cookbook! Looking forward to each and every page!

  4. ayna

    that kitchen is very amazing…all the best!

  5. Sonja

    funny that the post above mine is from Canada, so I should say, that I am also writing from Canada, Vancouver in BC…………

  6. Sonja

    Hi, recently I have discovered your blog and just yesterday your book has arrived at my door, went through all the pages yesterday, what a joy and peace it gave me, really awesome work of art you too have created, wish you all the best in your future………..thank you, Sonja, new follower

  7. La Cuisine Helene

    Would be nice that you guys come to Canada. I should receive my copy of your book very soon. Excited!

  8. Rachel @ Twin Tough

    Love cauliflower!! This recipe sounds delicious – thanks for sharing! 🙂

  9. Ali @ Inspiralized

    Beautiful post – looks like a great event. And I love anything in Sriracha, so this recipe is totally up my alley.

  10. Abbe@This is How I Cook

    What a view! And what a fun event. Congrats!

  11. Andi

    It’s become one of my favorite veggies lately! Yum!!!

  12. Deeba Rajpal (@vindee)

    WOW!! This is spectacular! What a beautiful pairing…Bountiful & Oxo. Must have been a truly magical journey. Love your take on the cauliflower. The season is just setting in here in India. Can see this appear often on our table. Thank you for sharing the recip. PS Love the name of the book. It speaks volumes for it!!


    Congrats Y’all! That looks like an amazing event and what a place to kick off your new book! Many more to come!

  14. Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugar

    Love the simplicity to this! Delicious!

  15. Tieghan

    Wow, that kitchen is insanely awesome! What a fun event! CONGRATS!!

    The cauliflower looks and so good! I love anything with a spicy kick!

  16. jenn @ beyond the stoop

    WOW! first off, to work in a place with views like THAT would be so amazing… are they hiring civil engineers?? haha. I love cauliflower to death, but I’ve been in a rut for trying new ways to cook it, so this recipe sounds awesome. it’s basically the same amount of work as roasting in plain ‘ole salt/pepper/oil, just add a few more ingredients! also, high five to making Vietnamese cooking so easy!! i’m looking forward to finding great recipes on your blog. my boyfriend (of 5 years!) is Vietnamese, and his mom won’t give him her recipes (she’ll tell me what’s IN the recipe, but not how much, it’s always a science experiment when I try to cook her food). we live in the nyc area but we’re from ohio, so getting that good Vietnamese cooking doesn’t come too often… maybe i’ll be able to impress them BOTH after trying out some of your recipes!!

    jenn @ beyond the stoop

  17. Belinda @themoonblushbaker

    Wow that kitchen is amazing. you really rocked the OXO event

    Love spicy cauliflower, definitely a keeper of a recipe

  18. Averie @ Averie Cooks

    Congrats you two! Looks like an amazing event and hubba hubba, what I wouldn’t give to just set foot in a kitchen like that. WHOA! The space, the LIGHT! I am in awe.

    And this cauli looks so good (and easy)! Pinned.

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