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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!

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Bergy February 15, 2003

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!

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HeatherFeather March 21, 2003

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.

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VegeDeb DebbiH March 18, 2003

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!

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Sudie March 01, 2003

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!!

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Kibby1 February 17, 2003

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!

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Darlene10 March 31, 2003

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.

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ratherbeswimmin' July 13, 2003

Wonderful dish! I didn;t have any onion soup mix, so i substituted Ranch mix. It is a great option!

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Miss_Elaine March 13, 2010

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.

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Amy - Ellie's Mommie February 09, 2004
Cauliflower Kugel