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This was very good. I used part mayonnaise and part sour cream as I am not a big fan of mayo.<br/>I forgot to add the breadcrumbs but that wouldn't change the flavour much anyways. Thanks for the recipe, I am sure to make this again.
I made this recipe on 8/12/12 for the " Beach Party " in the Food Photo Forum. Except for using Asiago cheese and leaving out the green onions, the recipe was made as written. I really enjoyed the " tangy " taste that the mayonnaise gave this dish. Thanks for posting and, " Keep Smiling :) "
I made this for our early Easter dinner when I was pressed for time and couldn't make an elaborate broccoli and cauliflower dish. Everyone loved this! I had no onions, so left those out, and added a little olive oil to the bread crumbs. Otherwise, it was very rich and tasty, and the cayenne added a nice little kick. I would recommend this!
Yum! This was great! I used a whole head of cauliflower cuz that's what I had. My five year old and three year old smacked it down with glee! I had maybe three big bites left that are in the frig for tomorrow... I will certainly be making this again soon. Nice blend of flavors. Thanks!
I made this as a side dish for our Christmas dinner. It was terrific and gleefully gobbled up! A great and easy way to serve cauliflower and broccoli. Thanks for posting!
Yummy! I loved the distinct Dijon flavor and the creamy texture. The green onions were a great addition..... they added a little crunch and bite. This would be a great potluck or holiday dinner recipe. I'll be making this again. Thanx!
Thanks, SouthernBell2627, for this wonderful recipe. The topping combination is absolutely delicious. I used white onion as all I had on hand. M.Joan