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I omitted the mustard (allergy), and this turned out so well. My husband said it was the best cauliflower he'd ever eaten. Really tangy, and it tasted like it was grilled on the bbq. Great recipe!

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AmandaInOz April 10, 2007

I have never been a big fan of cauliflower, but this recipe gives it a lovely sweet and tangy flavor. It's really good! And really easy to make, although you have to watch how long you cook it. Some of my florets got a wee bit burned, but they were good anyway!

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vegangurl March 29, 2007

I hadn't had cauliflower done this way before, and am very pleased with the outcome. The addition of fresh dill was amazing. I do believe I may have overdone it a bit with the mustard, but that's a personal thing anyway. The cauliflower cooked up quickly, but you have to keep an eye that the garlic doesn't burn and turn bitter. I think I just might add a touch of parmesan next time, just before serving. Thanks for a great recipe.

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Diana #2 March 19, 2007

We loved all the lemon in this and did not think it was too much. We did add less mustard and salt for our tastes though. After 20 minutes the cauliflower was plenty soft for us. I am thinking we could get more browning (and thus flavor) out of this if we roasted it with just the oil and then added the lemon and dill afterward (I also used a ton of fresh dill, but it got a little lost in the cooking process). Roasting cauliflower is always a yummy way to prepare it.

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Maito June 30, 2014

I like the fact that this is so low-fat and low-carb. I'm generally not a fan of cauliflower, but I like this. I will make two changes in the future, however. We thought it was a bit to lemony for our tastes, so we'll use one lemon next time instead of two. Also, we didn't have any fresh dill, so we used 2 teaspoons of dried dill, which is the equivalent of 2 Tablespoons of fresh dill. It was too potent for us, so we'll use just 1 tablespoon of fresh dill next time. Thanks for posting this. Good diet food!

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Paris D September 04, 2011

I also really liked this very different way of preparing cauliflower, much as we love cauliCheese!!! The children are not wild about mustard, but ate this fairly happily, my husband and I loved it. I had used frozen cauliflower and it did end up a little mushy, next time I'll try it with fresh. But it didnt affect the taste. I served it with pork Spare-Ribs and Baby Roasted Potatoes and Creamed Spinach.

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Karen Elizabeth April 10, 2007
Lemon Roasted Cauliflower With Dill