Thanks for a great recipe Eve. I love the combination of the flavours in the sauce over the cauliflower. I also loved the fetta cheese to finish. We made this with canned tomatoes, which worked well. Make sure the cauli is just tender before you put it in the oven dish-it took longer than 10 minutes for me as there isn't a real lot of liquid to cook it in at stage 5. We ate this with roast lamb etc. last night.
This is a wonderful dish, especially for the summertime. My tomatoes are so fresh (not the fake ones from the supermarket) and so juicy. We liked all the flavors together, and the feta was a great finishing touch. Thanks for sharing this great dish with us.
This is absolutely wonderful! I chose it because I am doing Phase I of the South Beach Diet. The flavors were amazing, and it was satisfying and filling. The fresh tomatoes, feta cheese and the pinch of cinnamon combined with the cauliflower for a truly tasty dish. I was surprised at how much it made, and thought it would last a few days. But my boyfriend loved it so much he just about ate it all up; he actually suggested that I double the recipe the next time! The next time I make it I will get a picture to post on this site. Very yummy!
Since cauliflower is the ingredient of the month here at Recipezaar, I went looking for a good recipe. I found it! This is awesome! I used Roma tomatoes and they worked very well. The feta cheese melting on top was so good! I will definitely make this one a lot. Thanks Evie!
I decided to roast this from this start instead of using the stove, and it was really delicious. I used only a half tablespoon of oil, half the cheese and fresh oregano, since we have it in our garden. Served two.
I made this dish as part of a Greek-style vegetarian dinner last night. The flavors are wonderful and taste very Greek from the use of cinnamon, feta, and lemon. Only change was to add 1 Tbsp of capers to the sauce (per Deborah Madison- she has almost this identical recipe in her cookbook). I served this alongside Kritharaki Me Rize (Greek Orzo and Rice Pilaf) with a green salad and garlic bread. What a treat. I highly recommend the entire meal. Thanks, Evie*
This is good. I think I'll add more feta next time I make it, though.
Everyone really loved this except my picky daughter who 'didn't hate it' which is the same thing. I can't remember the last time I made a vegetable dish that more than half the family had seconds of, and some even had thirds. We ran out! Amazing. Note: I discovered at the last minute that somehow the feta cheese on the shopping list hadn't been purchased, so I dotted with small dollops of cream cheese. We all agreed that the feta would have been better, but that the cream cheese tasted just fine.
Almost the same as the recipe in "Greek Meze Cooking". Original has 6! tbsp. oil & 8 chopped tomatoes, I used a can. I haven't made it in awhile but remember loving it. If you like all of the ingredients you'll love it too. Flavor is very nice.