I didn't think this was anything special. I suppose if you're looking for something low-fat, it's not bad. If you really want to try something special this recipe is to die for: http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/cauliflower-with-mustard-lemon-butter-236506
This veggie side dish paired beautifully with snapper almondine. I chose to steam the cauliflower minus the lemon peel and parsley. This would also work well with other vegetables, too. I added some asparagus for color. Freshly grated Grana Padano cheese to top it all off. The cauliflower and parsley were from our CSA box and were made good use of! Prepared for the FYI tag game.
Simple, healthy and yummy! I love the combination of lemon, garlic, parmesan. It's a great way to cook cauliflower. Thank you!
What a great recipe to showcase cauliflower! Lemon, garlic, parsley, and Parmesan compliment it. Made as posted except I put all the parsley in with the water. The sauce is not thick but there to spoon onto plate.
This was really a yummy side with tonight's meatloaf. I had to use frozen cauliflower but it worked well, it just didn't take as long to cook. I added some extra lemon because it's one of my favorite things. The parsley was fresh out of the yard and even DH enjoyed it. :D
While eating dinner, my husband said, "good cauliflower." He was so right. (This comes from a man who says he is never right!). This dish was light and delicious. I have never thought about pairing lemon with cauliflower-it works.
We really liked this, light and easy to fix - with nice fresh flavors. I did use basil instead of parsley but that was the only change. The combo of lemon and cheese made for a nice, different presentation for one of our favorite veggies. Made for Rookie Tag 2012
Hmm... this was definitely out of the ordinary. It has a very "light" presentation. I liked it OK but not sure if it is something that I would be drawn to again. Maybe in the summer... it would go well with summer food.