9 Reviews

I made this recipe tonight except I used some cauliflower, some brussels sprouts cut in half and some mushrooms. It was very tasty and may become my go-to for roasted veggies.

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Chef Tweaker June 08, 2011

WOW! these were absolutely DELICIOUS!!! I was a bit nervous about the lemon so I only used a 1/4 of a lemon. It turned out great though and a recipe I am sure to make many of times :) I baked mine for about 25 minutes. Thanks so much for sharing this delicious recipe!

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Marsha D. October 30, 2007

AWESOME!! We are into roasted veggies right now and I must say the addition of the lemon really punches it up. The only thing that I changed was the method. I put the cauliflower in a bowl and added everything except the cheese (of course..lol) and then got in there with my hands and mixed. Put in on a baking sheet and roasted, turning them half way through. We were such piggies..the two of us ate the whole head!!!! This will be made often. My sister wants the recipe, and she hasn't even tasted it! Thanks for sharing.

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luvcook'n April 23, 2007

I didn't really care for this dish. It was ok, but occasionally I got a bite with too much lemon on it.

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Mommy-to-2 November 08, 2006

Too too goooooooooooood! Have made it like 3 times already. Didn't have Romano cheese, so used pepper jack. I warmed up the cauliflower after adding cheese to make sure the cheese melts well. If you refrigerate the cooked dish till the next day--it tastes even better!!

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vadapao November 23, 2005

I made these last night for a pre-Thanksgiving dinner. They tasted OK but they came out very dry. I guess I just prefer moist/steamed vegetables and should have covered them to keep the moisture in. Either that or should I have drenched each floret in olive oil instead? Maybe I misunderstood the directions but I take drizzle to mean a small stream

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Big Jenny November 23, 2005

We loved this dish...made exactly as specified....yummy!

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mabers May 26, 2005

Incredibly good cauliflower, Sandylee. I used parmesan rather than romano and adored the garlic. The richness of the cheese and olive oil is delightfully contrasted by the lemon juice. This is gonna' be a repeat.

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sugarpea March 30, 2005

This tasted exactly like the cauliflower bake side dish I recently had at a restaurant. My dad actually liked it! He hates cauliflower normally. I did use pecorino romano and if I do that again I would omit the salt because it is a very salty cheese on it's own. Awesome dish and so so easy to make!

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MythThyng March 22, 2005
Baked Cauliflower