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I would put a "scant" 1 teaspoon of mustard in the sauce the next time. I used a very generous teaspoon and found the mustard taste too overwhelming.
I had a small head of cauliflower so used 1/2 cup of mayo and 1/2 cup of shredded sharp cheddar cheese. I had red onion on hand and used that in place of green onion. I made a mistake and mixed the mayo and cheese together so spooned mixture onto the microwaved florets....it certainly didn't change the great taste of this dish. I also added a dash of hot sauce (along with the mustard and salt) to the mayo mixture. WOW! We ate every bite and scraped the plate. BeachGirl, I wish I could give you 10 stars for this recipe. Thanx!
This was, quick, tasty and will be made again. I did add some water to the dish when microwaving the cauliflower and I added some hot sauce to the mayo/cheese mixture as you suggested. Served it sprinkled with chopped fresh parsley.
I know I shouldn't love it as much as I do, but mayonnaise is one of the basic food groups for me. Adding it to one of my favorite vegetables is even better.
This tastes like a casserole with the mayonnaise and the melted cheese. I made a single serving in a bowl. I chose this recipe because it looked like it would have some extra flavor from the green onion and mustard. Mostly it just tastes like mayonnaise (I did use the larger recommended proportion, and I also ate it really hot because I was too impatient to let it cool). I love mayonnaise; I can eat amounts of it that amaze and dismay my friends... but I still thought this was really mayonnaisey. It was, over all, quite easy, pretty good, and has a lot of Vitamin C.