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I followed the recipe except I added 1 tbsp of olive oil and mixed everything together. We're cutting back on salt so this was great for us. I cooked mine for 15 minutes. It was very good and I'll make this one again!!!

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nemokitty September 06, 2011

I really liked this recipe, but used cayenne instead of chili. Won't use quite as much next time. ;~) Will probably roast them longer next time too.

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flyerof77 February 02, 2011

Great snack, I like the spices used. It took around 40 minutes to get the cauliflower cooked and brown the way I enjoy it. I also gave a quick spray to the cauliflower to help it along.

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Antifreesz October 20, 2009

I had never baked cauliflower before and was unsure of doing so, but I was definitely happy with the outcome. I did add about 1 tablespoon of olive oil to the cauliflower which probably helped the spices to stick. I cooked it on a non-stick mat so I didn't spray the pan. Cooking time was closer to the 20 minutes others indicated.

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one_of_t2 April 18, 2009

These are amazing! For some reason, they remind me of cafeteria fries (which at my school are, suprisingly, really good). I did have to increase the cooking time, but they were good without being totally crispy.

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Angel Amzz September 22, 2008

We love this, even my hubby who doesn't care for cauliflower normally!

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stacylu September 25, 2007

I liked the flavor of the cumin with the chili, especially with the cauliflower, but I think they definitely needed something else, maybe extra salt? Or something saltier. And I too doubled the cooking time and they were still not tender,just barely cooked. I thought the texture was odd - rubbery almost. For an extra point or two I would add some freshly grated parmesan(just a TBSP or two) and then toss them with the cooking spray to help the spice stick. OR, maybe dip them in egg white then toss with spice and maybe the parmesan. Anyway I hope the helps if like me, you were a little disappointed. I wonder if blanching the cauli first and then tossing it with the spices would help them cook and crisp up a bit? Will try. Thanks for submitting, I like the idea and will try again and play with the recipe.

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A la Carte January 22, 2007

If you like cumin-spiked dishes, then you'll love this. Tasty & quick little snack to throw together. This recipe helps me like cauliflower more! Thanks for such a easy and healthy idea.(FYI- did have to double the cooking time and they were still tender-crisp)

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BerrySweet December 18, 2006

The cumin gives this dish a great flavour. Have shared this recipe with many friends who all enjoy. Thanks.

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Souper Star March 12, 2006

Nice and spicy! I made just as you posted and will make again. I added a little more cooking time. Thanks!

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Oolala March 04, 2006
Cauliflower Poppers - 0 Points