Sooooooo yummy and easy to make, too! I used fresh minced onions and my mustard was Dijon. I steamed my cauliflower on the stove top then smothered it in the yummy sauce and baked it for about 15 minutes in the oven. It was perfect and fun to serve, too. Thanx for sharing!
I can't get enough cauliflower (no joke) and this recipe is such a fun fresh way to eat even more cauliflower! The acid of the mustard and the rich cheese/mayo combination made this a dish I could eat every night of the week. A++
Perfection! I could not get enough of this stuff! I actually used Veganaise with great results. For the mustard I used a nice wholegrain Tanhauser Ale Mustard from a local brewery (and used more than the recipe called for - and I'm glad I did). I topped ours with just a little shredded cheddar, but next time I am just going to skip the cheese and try it out under the broiler.
Love this way of cooking cauliflower. So easy and so delicious. Made it many times but add lots of pepper.
Wow this is really good - and so easy in the microwave! I made half of the recipe and used onion powder instead of flakes. This topping is so tasty and perfect with the cauliflower - thanks for sharing the recipe!
Great - I used onion powder instead and miracle whip and I broiled it in the oven to get the cheese bubbly. Thanks! Made for PAC Fall 2012
Excellent use of ingredients! Loved the tanginess of the mustard! Made for Football Pool 2011
Easy & tasty. I did think it needed just a bit of salt & pepper to bring out the flavor of the sauce which was very good. Made for your 2011 Football win.
I prepared this exactly as directed and it was delicious and so easy! It has made me a fan of cauliflower. For me personally, it took very little of the sauce to make a bit hit with flavor. This will be repeated at my house. Thanks Bayhill!
I followed other reviewer's advice....after I cooked it in the microwave, I put it under the broiler. My cauliflower was a bit small, and I felt the mayo was a bit strong for it....my fault, I should have automatically reduced everything a bit. I used half low-fat mayo and half regular mayo, increased the mustard, and used fresh diced onions. I'd increase the mustard and decrease the mayo next time. I suggest you keep the size of your cauliflower in mind before covering in the mayo! But overall, this is a keeper recipe. Thanks for sharing. Made for one of your wins in football tag!