11 Reviews

This was really yummy, our leeks were very flavourful. Added rosemary, oregano, sage and fennel seeds and a little dijon mustard to season it and I think that really complimented the veggies. We also added some pre cooked parsnips and used the chicken stock we cooked the parsnips in instead of the water. A lovely dish.

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Satyne April 10, 2014

I liked it. Used chicken broth rather than water to add flavor. Cooked somewhat longer, some covered and some uncovered. Prefer regular roasted cauliflower, but this would be a nice presentation for company.

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BarbryT January 17, 2011

We liked this dish but I would add a few spices next time as suggested by Slick18. I used a bit of bouillon powder in the water to add some flavour too. I baked it at 400F since I already had a pork roast in the oven. Turned out very good and I will make this again.

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mums the word December 16, 2009

This was good, but I needed to add a bunch of spices to add some flavor to the veggies. I used oregano, thyme, some lemon juice, and a little rosemary. It was simple to make, but needed to be punched up a little.

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Slick18 January 29, 2009

Loved this, it was quick and easy and tasted great.

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kelly in TO October 02, 2007

I have to agree with all the others. This is a great way with cauliflower. Like evelyn/athens, I combined everything at once and roasted uncovered. Hey, I'm always in a hurry. Mama, you should make this yourself. Made and enjoyed for Zaar World Tour.

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Leggy Peggy June 16, 2007

Wow! How fast is this? And wonderful to boot. Hubby who isn't a cauliflower fan, even took a couple of bites and declared it "passable" which in my book is terrific! :o) Of course, the less he eats the more I have! Definitely a keeper.

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Chessiegal February 19, 2007

I cut the recipe back to two servings.I put the leeks & cauliflower in together right from the start covered it baked for 15 minutes at 400 -uncovered it baked for a further 5 minutes. The cauliflower still had a crunch to it and the leeks were perfect. This is an excellent recipe combining 2 tasty vegetable Thanks Mama2boys for adding lovely flavor to my dinner

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Bergy October 30, 2006

Simply OUTSTANDING!!! And I mean simple and outstanding. I was really amazed at how such a simple preparation could produce such a terrific dish. I haven't made cauliflower for a long time because I was really tired of plain, soggy, bland steamed cauliflower with butter, s&p. My husband has never been a big cauliflower fan, but he absolutely loved this dish. I'm making it again tonight for my two daughters who are coming for dinner. I know some people will add garlic to this, but personally I think it's perfect just as is.

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papergoddess October 14, 2006
Cauliflower-Leek Bake (1 Point)