11 Reviews

This was really good! I loved the flavors that the mustard and Worcestershire bring, it's not just a plain bechemel sauce... it has a lot of flavor. I did skip the blanching of the cauliflower- I just microwaved it for about a minute before putting it in the baking dish, (I don't like mushy vegetables), so it would retain the crisp texture. A great new way treat an old friend, thanks for posting!

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IngridH September 10, 2012

Very tasty and easy to make. I goofed and made the roux with all the butter, so I sprayed some fake butter on top to keep the crumbs moist. It worked just fine!

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Linky February 04, 2010

Made it with some seafood cakes and was able to bake both in the same cassarole dish. Sauce was great with the seafood. Thanks for the great recipe Dancer.

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Holly-Daze January 23, 2010

What a great idea for cauliflower! Thanks for a yummy alternative to plain steaming. Love that it isn't covered in cheese!! Boring!! This one will definitely be used again :)

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Catherine Wall April 19, 2009

delicious!! I made this for Thanksgiving and I wanted more!

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rccteetime November 11, 2008

I found this sort of a challenge to make with my small cooking skills, but it was worth every bit of work! I loved it sooo much! I did leave out the bay leaf and the nutmeg and I used a honey mustard instead of the dijon mustard. It was all delicious and I'll definitely be making this one again and experimenting with other vegetables as well! Thanks for sharing this!

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Deanna Kyre June 10, 2008

A lovely change from the standard cheese topped cauliflower dish. Thanks.

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JAD40 April 23, 2008

Yum! I made the roux for the sauce with olive oil instead of butter, and didn't use Worcestershire sauce as I didn't have it -- but it was still delicious and thickened nicely after only a couple of minutes of whisking. As a quick alternative to steaming, I put the cauliflower straight into its baking dish and zapped it in the microwave for 4 minutes while I made the sauce. Very quick to prepare, the whole thing took 10 minutes from fridge to oven! The cauliflower was crispy on the outside, and tasted so good that my husband and I practically scraped the dish clean. Definitely a keeper. Thanks for another great vegie recipe!

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tanya_g November 15, 2007

Oh yes! Very good. Nothing to it -- so simple! Who knew?! Will make again (soon!)and that's saying something! Onward!

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Slewfoot Sue May 17, 2007

Just what I was looking for. It had the comfort of a casserole, but without all the calories and fat that many other cauliflower casseroles have. The only thing I did a little differently was to mash the steamed cauliflower just a little before pouring the sauce over.

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tara portee April 12, 2005
Deviled Cauliflower