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Caryn this is a very tasty way to serve cauliflower - I used fresh and only steamed it to a crisp stage and then fine chopped it instead of mashing it - followed the rest of the recipe and the result was a cauliflower kugel that still had some crunch. Thanks for a recipe that I will do again!
This was very tasty! Easy to prepare and a very unique way to serve cauliflower. My daughter especially enjoyed this - she loves cauliflower and she also loves kugels, so I knew we couldn't go wrong with this recipe. Thanks for sharing!
I fixed this using half a head of cauliflower and 1 Tbsp. soup mix and it was good but almost too strongly flavored. Will use a bit less soup mix next time. I also baked it in a muffin tin (made 6 "muffins")to make portion control easier... I froze three of them. This is very good cold, BTW.
Wow, Caryn, no wonder you hang out with Mirj, you two must be some dynamic duo in the kitchen! We just loved this! I used two packages of frozen cauliflower and reduced fat mayo. It smelled great when it was cooking, and the whole family just gobbled it. Great recipe!
This was a great substitute for starch if you want low carb!! I ate it as a meal. I used fat free mayo and it turned out great. Cooking the cauli in the microwave didn't require draining any excess liquid. Fast, easy, healthy and guilt free!!
This kugel was absolutely wonderful. I made a couple of kugels that I didn't care for and I almost didn't try this recipe. I am so glad I did. This was great!
Made this for dinner the other night. It was so easy to make and we thought it was deliciious. I used fresh cauliflower that I steamed until it was somewhat tender. I mashed it slightly like you suggested and used the full 2 tablespoons onion soup mix. Had great flavor and made a wonderful side dish. Thanks Caryn.
Wonderful dish! I didn;t have any onion soup mix, so i substituted Ranch mix. It is a great option!
I've never made a kugel before, so I wasn't sure what to expect. When it came out of the oven, it looked a little like scrambled eggs and cauliflower. But then I tasted it! Wow! Was it tasty! The texture was a tad odd (but I might have done something wrong...), but the flavor was good. Can't go wrong with onion soup mix. Also...a note to future makers: 2 Tablespoons of soup mix is one packet of Lipton brand onion soup mix, just so you know.