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We really enjoyed this! I halved the sugar, tho. I also used my hand-held immersion blender to puree, so it had some nice texture to it. I may try the idea of adding some blue cheese as another reviewer did next time. Thanks for posting, Abby.
This is a lovely recipe. It really is a proper dish, very tasty, even my husband, who does not like any experiments with low-calorie recipes, thought it was very good and deserved to become part of our menu even thought it was such a healthy dish!
this was an exellent suprise. when i went looking for cauliflower mash i had resigned myself to bad or bland; a futile sift through chedar cheese and ranch dressing inspired 'substitutes' for potato (which i dont much care for). this recipe stands on its own as a dish rather than excusing crippled taste with notions of other vegetables. many thanks. i didnt use the total amout of sugar as i ran out, and added a couple tablespoons of blue cheese to the mix. quartered the stock and didnt puree completely to leave texture and viola!
I made this last night and it tasted really good. However, we found the consistency to be way too smooth, and the slices of the carmelized onions didn't seem to go too well with the pureed consistency of the cauliflower. I will definitely make it again, but I'll chop us the onions before carmelizing them, and not puree it so much -- I think a little more texture would be good. Thanks for a new way of making cauliflower.
This is a bit time consuming but well worth it. I wish I had doubled the receipe because its so delicious. We're watching our calories or I would have added cut up crispy bacon on top. Thanks for a terrific recipe.