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Curry and cauliflower are perfect together. No onions in the house tonight, but I did add walnuts in the last 10 mins and then once done I added dried, sweetened cranberries. Very good.
Tried it tonight for supper and I really didn’t care for it. Prefer roasted cauliflower with olive oil and steak spice… sorry
Delicious! I made it according to the recipe and put the curried cauliflower in a salad with baby spinach, chopped up prunes, pepitas, quinoa, cilantro & candied pecans. EVOO, Lemon, salt & pepper for the dressing. All gone!
Hi Joan, your salad sounds fabulous!
Terrific – no leftovers. The family happily inhaled!
Thank you for sharing
I loved this! easily made. I added some serrantos out of the garden that were going to get frosted on over night. I’m going to make this healthy side dish many times! Thank you!
This was delicious and will definitely be making it again. Cooked with some green pepper and zucchini which needed to be used and they all played well together.
I made this exactly as the recipe stated and it was WONDERFUL!! Thanks for putting together such a great collection of recipes….this is my go to place for simple, delicious recipes
I doubled the entire recipe. I used mct oil instead of olive oil. So good. I wish I put more onions in it. The onions with this seasoning was so good.
JayJay…added some sliced almonds for last 20 minutes of roasting and served with dried cranberries. Yummy!!
Well, I made it and ate a whole head of cauliflower in one sitting. Made substitutions due to current pantry contents: rice wine vinegar for lemon juice, ginger for garlic, splash of soy sauce. Delicious.
Excellent and simple recipe! I skipped the olive oil and double the lemon juice and spices. So delicious!
This is outstanding! The only change I made was to essentially double everything but the garlic for the coating, as I found the given amounts of lemon juice, etc. inadequate to cover one large cauliflower head. But the spice combination, etc. is divine! It’s even great cold. This one is going into heavy rotation . . .
Thank you so much for this wonderful receipe. I tried this tonight and it turned out very delicious. This receipe is definitely a keeper!
This is a great recipe. Easy to make and delicious. Ate the left overs cold in a salad the next day, yum!
Elise I’ve used my new Cuisanart Steam Convection oven to do your delish recipe and it turned out so perfectly! Serving with Chicken as you suggested. Thanks again! P.S. It’s like Hawaii tonight in West Vancouver so the icing on the cake is deck dining!
I serve this with a tzazitki sauce, makes a great appetizer or snack!
I had pinned this dish a while back and decided to make it last night. Found it and had not remembered it was from your wonderful blog. Anyway….just want to tell you that it is Delicious!! I never want to cook cauliflower any other way now. The two of us didn’t eat it all, so I am going to try making soup from the rest of it.
Thank you for this recipe! Even my husband ate it and he doesn’t really care for cauliflower.
Would this recipe work using frozen cauliflower?
Hi Ellen, great question! I haven’t tried making it with frozen cauliflower, so don’t know what to tell you. If you try it, please let us know how it turns out for you.
I loved this dish, I wanted to make it a main dish with a little protein so I added a can of garbanzo beans halfway through the cooking and served it over cous cous – perfect – thanks as always Elise!