4 Reviews

I liked it. I think it would make a yummy and different breakfast casserole, too. I steamed my cauliflower, and I used skim milk, which made the mixture a little thin but worked ok. Nice recipe.

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windhorse23 January 15, 2009

Excellent! I used the custard gravy to serve over boiled chunk potatoes and I made my famous Finn Bread(my lovely adopted Finn Aunts taught me to make it) and served with flat cheese. This was a heavy satisfying meal without meat. The cauliflower had just the right flavor to compliment the Finn Bread and cheese. I did chop some green onions into the custard before baking. Thanks for posting!

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Montana Heart Song March 30, 2008

Hi acerast, didn't know that cauliflower is a favorite in Finland! I have made this twice; once as is and the other time my way! I used your recipe as the basis; but added cheddar cheese (shredded), crushed red pepper flakes (for that extra zing) & cut down on the salt because of the cheese, it too was very good! I love your recipe and it's variation! Thank you for posting, Diane :)

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Manami October 15, 2007

Very good; I do know that Scandnavian recipes can be lacking in spices, so this was made to exactly the recipe specs...next time I will add some additional spices and cheese. Made for ZWT3.

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Caroline Cooks June 27, 2007
Finnish Cauliflower Custard