Roasted Cauliflower

  • GayleR Posted: 09/05/10
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    Amazingly good for something so easy! Will make again.

  • SuzanneM Posted: 11/07/10
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    This was the best way to prepare cauliflower, ever! I think many kinds of vegetables would work, and will try mixing in broccoli and carrots next time. The ingredients made the dish very flavorful without anything being overpowering. I cooked it @ 400 since I was roasting pork at the same time, and that seemed fine. Everyone raved.

  • dmns1028 Posted: 05/08/09
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    Excellent! I added double the amount of garlic because we love garlic and used 3 tbsp water/3 tbsp dijon.

  • KeriAnne7 Posted: 02/15/10
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    What a fantastic way to make cauliflower. I made it for a dinner party. Had I not doubled the recipe I -would not only have had no left-overs to look forward to, but some unsatisfied dinner guests. Every guest asked for the recipe. Even my brother who hates any kind of mustard loved it. The dijon just gave a subtle hint of flavor.

  • KarenBabcock Posted: 01/21/10
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    This was quick and easy and I would serve it to company. I liked that it wasn't smothered in sauce and yet it has a very good flavor. Very diet friendly.

  • LadyAmelia Posted: 02/21/10
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    I made this tonight to go along with pan grilled tilapia and it was delicious! I made it with broccoli and cauliflower--I highly recommend this recipe and will definitely make it again. (and again, and again!)

  • EllenDeller Posted: 06/17/11
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    Very tasty. I just put the onions, garlic, and some sliced orange bell pepper in with the cauliflower and saved a step. If you line your baking sheet with foil, there's nothing to clean. Cooked at 400 and it was done perfectly. Served with CL mushroom-polenta-ricotta bake and steamed spinach.

  • Becky54 Posted: 10/09/11
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    I didn't even have any onions on hand and it was still very good. Dijon adds a nice flavor.

  • dmloss Posted: 11/27/11
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    I thought this recipe was good. I made it for a Thanksgiving potluck dinner. I followed the recipe except I doubled the Dijon and water mixture. Next time I might omit the onion or at least reduce the amount of onion.

  • stephd Posted: 12/15/11
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    Not a big fan of cauliflower, but eat it for the variety. This was delicious! Would definately make again.

  • rstarrlemaitre Posted: 11/10/11
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    I didn't love this as much other readers, but certainly found it to be a good all-purpose cauliflower recipe. Nice tender roasted flavor and texture, and wonderfully sweet roasted garlic. I think there needed to be more Dijon, and would double the water/mustard mixture next time to coat all the vegetables. I also would omit the onion, which didn't do anything for me in this recipe.

  • bjane1 Posted: 03/27/13
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    This was very tasty! My toaster oven only goes up to 450 degrees but the cauliflower was cooked perfectly after 20 minutes. I also added broccoli. I thought the onions were a great addition. 8/13 Made this again...to make this easier, I broke up the onion wedges and mixed in with cauliflower rather than sauting separately in pan. Mix grated garlic with mustard mixture ( added a bit more water) and dressed cauliflower and onion, then roasted. Much easier and just as delicious!

  • gloria1234 Posted: 01/10/13
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    This recipe is AWESOME. Anyone who likes roasted vegetables will love this jewel.. I planned on having it for several meals and ate all of it within one day!

  • ttsholland Posted: 02/27/14
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    Yum, I doubled the sauce too and added cayenne, and broke the head into flowerettes

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