Total Time
Prep 1 min
Cook 45 mins

HeHe....I had to post this recipe just because the name was so it sounds pretty good! I think it means Cauliflower Rye Casserole. It is from Sundays at Moosewood.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. At least an hour before cooking, pour the beer into a shallow bowl until it becomes flat.
  2. Dry the bread cubes on a baking sheet in a 300F oven until they are crisp but not browned, about 15-20 minutes.
  3. Saute the cauliflower in the butter with the carraway seeds until just barely tender.
  4. Combine the bread cubes and cauliflower with the grated cheese.
  5. Spread the mixture into a buttered 2-qt casserole dish.
  6. Mix the eggs, mustard, coriander, and black pepper in a blender or by hand with the flat beer and pour the mixture into the casserole dish.
  7. Bake at 350F for 30-45 minutes until puffed and golden.


Most Helpful

We liked this a lot. I skipped the caraway seeds because I used seeded rye and I thought the kids might not like so many. I also skipped the butter because I steamed the cauliflower. Will make again.

OKRaeRae May 11, 2010

Yummy comfort food! I made the mistake of using a very stout beer, which was a little much--so next time I'll use a lighter beer. Other than a little more punch from the beer than we would have liked, my DH and I loved this flavor combination. (My 4-year-old just picked out and ate the cauliflower--I think the beer and caraway were a little pungent for kid-sized taste buds). I will certainly keep and share this recipe!

Serah B. March 23, 2007

Hi Ms*Bindy, loved your recipe! What a great combination! The flavors melded beautifully and I loved the taste of the caraway seeds! Thank you for posting such a wonderful recipe, Diane :=)

Manami March 18, 2007

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