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Wonderful! Feeling lazy, I cheated and used garlic powder instead of freshly chopped garlic. I also used just 2 T olive oil, which was enough for 1 medium head of cauliflower. Didn't measure the seasonings-- sprinkling liberally did the trick. Loved the browned bits and wish I had made more and/or that I didn't have to share. Thanks for posting!
Loved the flavors! I always cut mine up pretty fine, because I love the browned toasted bits. Thanks!
Delicious and so easy! I was cooking meat in the oven so used the same temperature (350) for about 20 min and raised to 425 for the last 10 min or so. Perfect!
This recipe did not work for us at all. The cooking time was too short - the cauliflower was still raw after 20 minutes. After 30 minutes, the edges were burning, but the center was still raw. Some guidance as to size of florets or perhaps a lower oven temp. might help. We love cauliflower, but we will not make this again. Sorry.
Delicious!! So much better than steamed or raw cauliflower - it tastes like a different vegetable. The only change I made was using Italian seasoning instead of thyme. Thanks for posting!
This was awesome. Reduced the oil as much as I could. Going to try with a combination of cauliflower and broccoli. Will definietely make this again!
In the past I either had cauliflower raw or steamed but this is my new favorite way to eat it! I did decrease the amount of salt to a scant tsp but followed everything else to a T. Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe Luby Luby Luby!
I love veggies. However, cauliflower is not one of the top three for me. However, this recipe has changed my mind. This was so darn good. I could have eaten this for the main dish. This was awesome. I did reduce the salt as someone recommended. If you on the border of liking cauliflower, this recipe may change your mind.
Perfect! My new favorite way to cook cauliflower, and so easy! (Note: cut salt to 1 teaspoon)
My son swears he hates cauliflower but when he tasted this he was absolutely amazed! It couldn't be any easier and like Sharon the best parts I think are the ones that get really brown.