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My this is rich, but really the ultimate in cauliflower casseroles. It has a great flavor & might convince those who think they don't like cauliflower to reconsider. The onion topping just finishes everything off perfectly. I did cook the cauliflower in the microwave. I cut it into florets, rinsed, and put in it into a casserole dish with a cover. Cooked on high for 5 minutes with no added water. It steamed perfectly. I then followed the rest of the istructions exactly. Thank you for sharing your recipe!
This was delicious! I used fresh cauliflower and only parboiled it so it stayed firm. I used Kraft Mozza/Cheddar cheese combo and crushed cornflakes on top. I served it with shake 'n Bake chicken wings and steamed potatoes.
This was easy to make. The cheese mixture over the cauliflower was amazing. This is a sure way to get your kids to eat there veggies. Made for Spring Pac 2010.
DIVINE! Just wonderful! Made this for Father's Day cookout along with Jalapeno Popper Burgers topped with Avocado Grilling Butter and with the side Lime Grilled Corn (Not for Sissies). The caulifower makes believers out of non-veggie eating husbands and picky kids. My DD said, "Hey, I think I like cauliflower!" Made for my teammate and new friend, A Good Thing, Genies of Gourmet.
My DH really liked this dish. I used a container of crunchy onions from Trader Joes. Thought they weren't as greasy as the usual brand from the grocery store. I also thinned my mayo-sour cream mixture with at least a half cup of fat-free milk and may even add more next time. Used colby jack instead of cheddar for a slightly different flavor. Will make this one again. Loved the onions on top!
I made this recipe on 12/20/07,for mine and my SO's dinner.As much as I hate giving any recipe a low rating, but this got a three from both of us.I had used frozen cauliflower and followed the rest of the recipe as written.It smelled great as it was baking,but I wished it tasted as good as it smelled.All we could taste was the mayo and sour cream.I wish I could say that it's a "repeat" at our home.Thanks for posting anyway."Keep Smiling"
I posted the photograph some time ago, now for the comment. I have cooked this dish quite a few times, that tells you good it is. I try not to cook the same dish more than once every three months, but this is different, it's so easy and tasty everyone loves it. Last week' s guests asked for three times in one week !!!! can't be bad. I served this as an accompaniment to basic panned chicken,with green beans and carrots, and roast potatoes. Just to keep everyone happy I made twice as much sauce, there's none left. Thank you for the recipe.
This was really good. The cheese and french fried onions really make this dish. We had it with steak and candied carrots. Yum! Thanks for the recipe!
I did not like this at all, the mayo was all I tasted. I will not make this again.
So easy and yet so yummy! No cheese sauce to make in a saucepan! I did use fresh cauliflower. The addition of the french fried onions is very nice. I'll be making this again. Thanx!