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I bought cauliflower at the supermarket specifically to try this recipe...I used one head of cauliflower, a little over 1/4 cup olive oil and instead of regular salt, I used chicken salt. From there, I followed the recipe and loved the results...I was very pleased with this alternative to the usual cauliflower smothered in cheese sauce! Thank you! **If you can't find chicken salt in your local market, please let me know!

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SilentCricket August 15, 2002

This recipe is the reason people grow cauliflower. Simply wonderful, I think next time I will not be so afraid to leave it in the oven a bit longer as the parts that really browned tasted the best. Must run....I think I hear the leftovers calling me from the fridge. I think a midnight snack is in order LOL.

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Ladymedic July 06, 2010

This is so good! I also added carrots cut into large chunks and used the garlic press on only one garlic clove, and added about 6-8 others just whole. This recipe will make you wonder why you haven't been eating cauliflower like this your whole life!

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PuzzledOne January 17, 2010

What a fantastic dish! Made it for the family on Christmas Day - a double portion, no less. Thanks for a super recipe!

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lovesmayo December 26, 2009

This was SOOOOOO good and easy. This is good for a snack while watching T.V., a side dish or you can even use it as a main course with a salad. Thank you so posting this wonderful recipe.

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bbblampwork August 29, 2009

I really enjoyed this. Used garlic powder instead of garlic. Next time I will roast it longer to let the sugars carmelize. Great side dish!

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PdxBarb June 11, 2009

This was very good. I often steam our veggies, but this will now be added to my lists of musts for a side. I didn't have garlic so I sprinkled garlic powder on them and I also added thin slices of onion. And I must add, this was very easy!! Thank you!!

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JenzyGirl May 25, 2009

Perfectly simple version of roasted cauliflower. Garlic is heavenly when roasted and really perks up what is really not one of my favorite veggies.

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Ms B. April 11, 2009

Not sure if my amounts were the same. I used 1 head of cauliflower and a few cloves of garlic. Rather than mincing I just chopped into slivers. This was very good and I should have made 2 heads. My 7 year old would have been happy with a bowl of cauliflower for dinner and nothing else. I also found it to be easier than steaming since I always seem to over or under-cook it when I steam. This was perfect. Thanks for posting.

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Ilysse April 08, 2009

Super fast and easy. I cooked in on convection for about 12 minutes. I mixed broccoli and cauliflower. It was DELICIOUS!!! Thanks for the recipe!!

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sconehead March 01, 2009
Roasted Cauliflower with Garlic