Delicious Roasted Cauliflower Dish *****

"absolutely delicious cauliflower roasting technique, produces gorgeous coloring and flavor to this relatively dull tasting white vegetable. loved by all (even the picky eaters). set it and forget it and youll be pleasantly suprised by this fine and simple dish. enjoy!"
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Ready In:
1hr 5mins




  • preheat oven to 375.
  • wash cauliflower.
  • pat dry.
  • chop cauliflower into about 1 inch pieces.
  • rub pieces individually in margarine.
  • place on tin foil covered pan.
  • season with black pepper, seasoning salt, italian seasoning, garlic powder, parmesian cheese.
  • wrap in tin foil.
  • bake at 375 for one hour.
  • let sit for 5 minutes.
  • serve and enjoy.

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  1. What an ingenious way to cook cauliflower! My cauliflower was huge so I made two foil packets. I placed the cauliflower in a plastic bag and sprinkled it with the cheese and seasonings, then melted the margarine and poured it in. It was very easy to mix this way. The cook time is spot on, done in exactly one hour. Absolutely fantastic and a method I will experiment with to cook other veggies. This will go into my favorites cookbook. Thank you so much for sharing this super recipe!
  2. This is delicious. I used broccoli and cauliflower. It worked perfectly. The broccoli does cook a little bit faster so I took this out before the 1 hour was up. Thank you for posting this easy and scrumptious recipe!
  3. This is a really delicious way to prepare cauliflower! The only change I made was to decrease the amount of black pepper; I used just less than a teaspoon, and it still had slightly too much of a kick for me. Next time, I will reduce the pepper to about 1/2 tsp to suit my tastes (and for the kids in our family). Otherwise, it was nice and tender and really tasty! I will definitely make our cauliflower this way again!


My name's Noah, I'm 19 years old. I've been cooking since I was able to turn on the oven. I grew up in Baltimore city in Maryland where I attend a great culinary school.
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