Cauliflower Casserole

"Sounded so different that I want to try it soon. It has a "secret ingredient" of cream of shrimp soup. Found this in a community cookbook from the mid 1980's. It might be good with some red pepper flakes or cayenne to "kick it up" a bit."
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  • In a greased casserole dish, put in 1/4 cup of the cornflake crumbs. Place the cauliflower over the crumbs and pour the melted butter over it.
  • Mix the sour cream, shrimp soup, salt, pepper and onion powder together. Pour over the cauliflower and sprinkle with the additional 1/4 cup of cornflake crumbs.
  • Bake at 350 degrees F. for 30 minutes.

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  1. My sister used to make this in the 1970's-1980's, but with crushed salty potato chips on the top and not the bottom. It's a great way to get kids and men to eat cauliflower. There was rarely any left. I still love it.


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