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This is so simple and so tasty. I microwaved the cauliflower for three minutes stirred the cheese into the hot cauliflower and then stirred in the mayo mixed with the mustard and curry powder. The blend of flavors is spot on. Thank you Helen!
OMG! SO good! Couldn't stop eating it! I used a full head of cauliflower. I also mixed the cheese and other ingredients up first then put the steamed cauliflower on top so it started to melt it and then stirred. Other than that didn't change a thing and can't wait to make it again!
Excellent mixed with cooked brown rice and baked in casserole for full meal. Could add cooked chicken if desired. I'm not a big curry fan but LOVE the way the curry and Dijon plays off the mayo and cheese. Similar to a baked chicken and broccoli divan dish I've made.
Here's what I did: 1) Increased the amount of curry b/c I like curry 2) Added cayenne pepper to taste 3) Placed mixture in small baking dishes 4) pre heated oven to 375 baked for 30 minutes. Came out nice and al dente. I tried the steam method but it didn't see to go. Love this and will continue to use throughout the year.
Entire bowl vanished. I had a very large head of cauliflower and half was just right. Smaller head and I might have used the whole thing. Added more curry powder because I could. Delish and so much easier than making cheese sauce.