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Our family loves cheese sauce over vegetables and this was a nice way of fixing cauliflower. I used a mix of cauliflower and broccoli as the cauliflower I had bought was small. Adding the red peppers made this a very pretty dish. I will make this again.
A great tasting dish that we both loved. Made it pretty much as written mixing 1 red potato in with half cauliflower and half broccoli. I will make this again. I will however mix vegetables with half of the cheese sauce before putting in in the baking dish and add a little more milk or cream. Topping was easy. Dropped a piece of whole wheat bread into the food processor and turned on for a few seconds. Instant bread crumbs and minimal expense. Added the grated cheese to the breadcrumbs (added a little cheddar also) to make it extra crunchy. Just happened to have some fresh dill and it made the dish pretty and made it taste WONDERFUL. If you have some in the garden, fridge, or freezer, suggest you use it here. Use what the recipe calls for also. Give it a try - it is in our permanent cookbook for repeat recipes. Hey, it is also easy and a snap to make with things often in the fridge. Jim in So. Calif.
Wonderful! We loved this recipe, there wasn't a bit left. It is hard to find cheddar cheese here so I used Emmental.
The dill was a neat touch!
Loved this recipe as it has a simple list of ingredients, usually stocked in the pantry. I substituted the fresh breadcrumbs with a packet stuffing mix, and it gave the dish a lovely herbed, golden crisp coating. Make the stuffing mix per packet instructions and then crumble it over the top.
A good side dish. The sauce takes a little bit of time to make but it's time well spent. I will make this again.
Very nice sidedish for a dinner meal! The flavor was very good. I will make this again. Carole in Orlando