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Thread: Wonderful! Baked Cauliflower

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    I tried this recipe last night. My hubby didn't like it. I just can't wean him off of the frosted cauliflower. He loves it made that way. I try to cook healthy for him, but 3/4 got tossed into the garbage. At least he got a good report from the doctor last week. I'll have to keep him healthy in other ways I guess. Some men are so stubborn!

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    Can you share the Frosted Cauliflower recipe? Need to have other cauliflower recipes to try.
    Thanks, Alpha

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    Quote Originally Posted by alpha39
    Can you share the Frosted Cauliflower recipe? Need to have other cauliflower recipes to try.
    Thanks, Alpha
    Sure, here it is.

    MICROWAVE FROSTED CAULIFLOWER
    1 med. head whole cauliflower
    1/2 c. olive oil mayonnaise
    1/4 tsp. salt (I leave this out)
    1 tsp. onion powder
    1 to 2 tsp. prepared spicy mustard
    3/4 c. shredded sharp cheddar cheese
    Paprika (opt.)
    With knife remove woody base from cauliflower. Leave whole; wrap cauliflower with paper towels. Stick under the the faucet in the stream of water and soak the paper towels. Place cauliflower with wet paper towels in a microwave bowl. Cook cauliflower in microwave for 10 minutes. In 2 cup glass measure mix mayonnaise, onion powder, salt and mustard. Mix together well. Frost on cauliflower like icing a cake. Sprinkle with grated cheese. Microwave (high) for 1 minute until cheese melts. Sprinkle with paprika. Serves 4 to 6. Impressive and easy! Teenagers love this recipe and request it!!! Excellent reheated the next day.

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    Sorry -- while I was writing, you posted it -- thanks -- Mim
    Yes -- please post the recipe -- I've never heard of it -- and we love cauliflower -- I just need more ways to cook it -- Mim
    Quote Originally Posted by alpha39
    Can you share the Frosted Cauliflower recipe? Need to have other cauliflower recipes to try.
    Thanks, Alpha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweeterthanwine
    Love cauliflower. Going to try this recipe soon. Looks like it would be good for dieters. Thanks for recipe.
    I agree - can't wait to try it!

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    Sounds great! Thanks so much!
    Alpha

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    Oh, does that sound good! Thank you for the recipe.

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    I made the first recipe for dinner tonite. It was really good. We had it with fresh haddock fillet and salad.

    The grocery had a special on cauliflower. Isn't it great when the store has what you want on a special sale?? I bought 2, and later in the week I will have the frosted one.

    Mim

    Thanks to both of you for the recipes

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    I have a question...it says sprinkle remaining bread crumbs over top. How much out of the 1 cup of bread crumbs do I reserve for this step?
    This looks so yummy!
    Thanks!
    Nancy

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    I rolled the chunks in the crumbs -- I don't have any olive oil so I used melted butter and rolled the cauliflower in it and then in the herbed crumbs. I baked it for the same time and temp. I did add a bit of water in the baking dish -- I use heavy pottery and find a bit of liquid helps. Hmmm -- I wonder if a bit of chicken broth on the cauliflower instead of butter would have served the same purpose to hold the crumbs?? and for fewer calories -- I am trying to lose.
    Mim

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