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I found the sauce a bit too ketchuppy, and would have preferred a more gooey cheese. Will make again, but with just use a can of tomatoes and a bit of olive oil and oregano, skipping the flour and milk. I'd then top with mozza and/or cheddar. Thanks for the recipe, is definetely worth a go.

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angelina ballerina May 13, 2007

This was lovely! I usually find cauliflower quite boring, but this recipe certainly elevated it to a new level! It is much more healthy than adding lots of cheese. I didn't have Italian stle tomatoes, so I sauted some onions and garlic, added basil and oregano, and then added the tomatoes. After that I followed the recipe as written. I really enjoyed the bread crumbs and parmesan on top. Thanks for a great recipe, Chris From Kansas!

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Paja February 17, 2007

I like cauliflower and am always on the lookout for different ways to prepare it. This recipe is quick and delicious. I rinsed flowerets and placed them in a microwave safe dish, covered and microwave them for a few minutes until crisp tender. While the cauliflower was cooking, the sauce was prepared. I added a generous amount of oregano. This is a keeper recipe.

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PaulaG November 15, 2006

Wow, Chris, this was great cauliflower. I used panko bread crumbs mixed with cheddar and romano (leftover topping after doubling Kittencal's Moist Cheddar-Garlic Oven Fried Chicken Breast). I also used light cream rather than milk, I guess because I was in the mood to fatten things up! Delicious with some oregano sprinkled on top. Used the broiler to get a nice golden brown top. Thanks for posting!

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Heather U. December 17, 2005

I made this for a side dish tonight and WOW was it great! DH was upstairs and came down to ask what smelled so good! The only change I made was to use fresh diced tomatoes from my garden as I am overflowing with them right now. I just eyeballed the spice ingredients to taste, adding quite a bit of oregeno...probably a tsp. as I love the stuff. Also, I added a wee bit more parmesan than what was called for. The sauce was a great consistency for me, I used a very large cauliflower. It turned out great and I will be making this again for sure. Thanks for a keeper Chris!

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~Leslie~ August 12, 2005

This was a good, different way to eat cauliflower. Since there's no amounts for the spices, I used 1/2 tsp oregano, 1/4 tsp pepper and probably only 1/8 tsp salt. The sauce was a bit runny, but it still tasted good. Next time I may halve the milk. I will make this again. Thanx for the recipe!

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*Parsley* August 09, 2005
Cauliflower Au Gratin