I thought it was good. Mixed reviews by my family so can't give it 5 stars.
What a surprise! I, like others, thought the flavors might be strange together! NOT! I used some Pumpernickel bread, which has a stronger taste--but was delish! Otherwise--I followed the recipe exactly. Made for One Dish Wonders in Cooking Photos.
I really enjoyed this dish, but it got mixed reviews at my family's Christmas dinner. Almost everyone enjoyed it, but there were a few who didn't care for the flavors (just a matter of preference I suppose). I made this as posted and I thought it was excellent. :)
It seems like an odd combination, but it works so well. I made this one out of the book, and liked it so much that my notes in my recipe journal say "next time, double the recipe for leftovers." I'm not sure I would have tried this one ordinarily, but it had a lot of my favorite ingredients, and I have learned to trust Moosewood. Generally, they know how to put foods together to create unique, but addictively tastey, foods. This one is a keeper for my household.
This sounded so odd, yet good, as it contained a lot of my favorites. Very glad I decided to give it a try! I loved the flavors and texture, as well as loving that it was a meatless (but high protein) dish. Next time I will add some chopped onions while sauteing the cauliflower and use a rich grained mustard instead of dry. Very unique recipe and one I'll be sure to make again.
Love it! The rye, carraway, cauliflower and sharp cheddar blend so well together. It's not overly "eggy"....just enough to bind it together. I added some chopped onion as I sauteed the cauliflower. I'm thinking that Swiss cheese would be awesome in this; yeah, I'm gonna try that! Thanx for a great new casserole. It'll be a new regular here!