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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!

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Heather U. January 11, 2011

Loved the flavors! I always cut mine up pretty fine, because I love the browned toasted bits. Thanks!

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Sharon123 January 21, 2008

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!

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Jen in Victoria, BC December 12, 2012

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.

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dianegrapegrower January 18, 2011

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!

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Sherri35 October 05, 2010

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!

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Renayda February 02, 2009

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!

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gumshoe77 January 13, 2009

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.

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Ck2plz January 05, 2009

Perfect! My new favorite way to cook cauliflower, and so easy! (Note: cut salt to 1 teaspoon)

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BerrySweet November 03, 2008

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.

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dawnderful September 06, 2008
Roasted Cauliflower