I really enjoyed this fast, easy one dish meal! However, it came out a little watery. I think it was from the mushrooms. But that's okay because it tasted great! I used soy milk, fat free sour cream, and mozzarella because I didn't have cheddar. Very tasty.
Made exactly as stated, omitting the mushrooms and adding slightly more cheese. Delicious!
This was Delicious! I used half Cauliflower, and half Broccolli, both fresh and blanched. I also added a little sauteed onion, and some Tobasco. It was really good
This was good and I will probably make it again with a couple of changes. There was too much cauliflower and not enough ham. I would make it 50/50 or more ham than cauliflower. I would also add some color as it looks a little bland, maybe some brocolli, green/red pepper, etc. I also used canned mushrooms so did not have the watery problem, although they did not seem to add much flavor. I was out of sour cream and substituted mayo. All in all we enjoyed it.
I have been looking forward to this recipe for a long time. It was very good. I did have a problem with it being watery but I think that is because I used a boneless ham and those always have a lot of water in them. Next time I may cook some of the water out of it first and then double the cheese sauce. Thanks for posting.
This was really good. Mine also came out very runny but I used frozen veggies which I think caused the issue. It did tighten up after it sat for a while. The taste was fabulous and really a good low carb recipe.
Very good casserole! I didn't change a thing. Thanks!
maybe I did something wrong but it came out very runny and it was not appetizing to look at.
De-lish! The only thing that I did differently was to add more veggies. (sliced grape tomatoes, half a small onion diced, sliced steamed carrots, and the frozen peas you suggested) You can never have too much nutrition and it was pretty too! Thanks for a recipe I'll use over and over.
This turned out pretty good. I had some cauliflower that was going bad, so I decided to try this. I used seasoning salt instead of regular, and it seemed it give it a little something more. I didn't really have a problem with it being runny. I think that would be from the veggies. I sauted the ham and mushrooms, and once I drained the cauliflower, I put them back in the pot just for a minute on low heat to kind of "dry" them off. Thanks for another alternative way to eat cauliflower.