photo by PaulaG
- Ready In:
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees and spray a 10 x 15 inch pan with cooking spray.
- Place the cauliflower in a large bowl, drizzle with oil and toss to coat.
- Combine the remaining ingredients and sprinkle over cauliflower, tossing to coat.
- Spread the cauliflower in prepared pan and sprinkle with any remaining crumbs.
- Bake 18 to 20 minutes, until lightly browned.
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Cauliflower has climbed up my favorite veggie ladder & is solidly in 2nd place (2nd only to eggplant) now that I am finding ways to make it that are full of flavor. This dish also has the advantage of being low-cal & low-fat at a time we are trying to be more conscious of these things. This was well-received by DH when served along side spiced-up fish fillets & a fruit dessert, and DH did not notice his much-favored potatoes were absent from the table again. :-) Thx for sharing this recipe w/us.
I adopted this recipe for Pick A Chef '06, and I wasn't disappointed. My family loves cauliflower but gets bored with it when it is just steamed. So, I am always looking for different, tasty ways to prepare it. Paula, this was delicious. The flavor combinations complimented, but didn't overpower the cauliflower. The best part was that I was in and out of the kitchen in a hurry. Also, I used your seasoned breadcrumb mix (recipe #102062), which by the way is much better than anything purchased at the store. Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe...it is definitely a keeper!!
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