Baharat Roasted Cauliflower
"Baharat, which literally means spices in Arabic, is a blend that varies across the Arab world in both combination and number of spices. In the Levant, the most common is a 7-spice blend that relies on warming spices tempered by woody and herbal notes from cumin and coriander. Every family has their own variation and of course seldom have a recipe, but it is a foundational spice that lends itself to the stews, meats and rice dishes that give the cuisine its unique taste." - Chef Reem
Preheat oven to 400 °F.
In a large bowl, coat cauliflower with olive oil and salt. Spread on a baking sheet and roast until tender and golden, 10–15 minutes.
Transfer the cauliflower back to the large bowl and add Baharat, turmeric and more salt (to taste) and stir to coat evenly.
Serve warm with yogurt, tahini or your favorite dipping sauce. Sahtein!