The word "popcorn" in the recipe title was a little confusing. That makes it sound like the end result is dry. That's definitely not the case. This recipe for roasted cauliflower yields a sweet, crunchy on the outside, yet tender on the inside veggie side dish that I really enjoyed. The Mrs. Dash seasoning has a nice kick to it. I had a large head of cauliflower, and it served 4 people. A very good recipe, thanks!
These turned out nice and tender with a little crunch to them. Very yummy and easy to eat! So easy, I ate about 1/2 of the whole thing!! It does cook down quite a bit, so it wasn't THAT much:) I roasted them for just a bit over an hour till they were browned. Also, I added a shake or two of cayenne to give it a kick. I don't know if I'd munch on them like popcorn but it makes a fantastic side dish. Thanks for another 'keeper' Bergy!
I LOVE this recipe! I have made it several times, with several differnt Mrs Dash Blends! The Spicy blend gives it a great KICK! Thanks so much for posting a healthy recipe I use often
I made this for a cooking class at the diet center where I work and it was a huge hit! Just the right amount of spice. Mine baked for 1 hour. Next time I won't break down the florets quite as small as I did this time. The pieces shrink down a lot. A good guide to size is the first photo that is posted here. Thanks Bergy for a yummy treat!
Very good! One of the other reviews made the comment of it being too salty. If you are using Mrs. Dash seasoning mixes, there is NO salt added to them! So for low sodium diets this is a winner of a recipe :-)
Such a lovely healthy snack. I reduced the oil to about 1 tablespoon lightly sprayed using my mister. Didn't have the table blend so I used the southwestern blend which gave this treat quite a zip. The technique is a good one and I'm looking forward to trying it with other variations.
I tried this recipe and found it much too salty. I tried it again just lightly sprinkled with Mrs Dash and it was wonderfull. I make it quite often.