To prep ahead, place ingredients in dish; let cool. Cover and refrigerate, up to 2 days. Let sit at room temperature 2 hours, then bake.
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Rating: 3 stars
Appreciated the suggestions to add some onion and garlic - Without it this would have been completely bland. I also increased the salt and pepper. Still felt it was in need. If I make again, I would use different cheese/s - add something like pecorino, maybe some red pepper. And brown the vegetables beforehand instead of boiling.
I cheated a little. I noticed that someone said it was too bland. We I added five cloves of garlic, three quarters of an onion (all chopped up) and some cut up bacon that I fried first. Sensational. We're having it again tonight.
Made this last night for dinner. I feel that if you salt the water in which you cook the veggies they will not taste bland. My family enjoyed it.
Rating: 1 stars
I was very disappointed with this recipe, as were my in-laws. There was no flavor and the measurements seem wrong all the way around. We cut the recipe in half using 3 medium potatoes and 1/2 head of cauliflower. That amount fit into the 2qt casserole that the full recipe called for. We followed the recipe to the letter (cutting it in half) and there was just nothing there in the flavor dept. I took the leftovers, added 1 1/2 Tbsp butter and mashed it w/ S&P. Success! It now tastes great!
Rating: 5 stars
This was really good with simple ingredients & very healthy.
A great way to use a several day old head of cauliflower that you have in the fridge or as in my case,the $1 head found in the produce dept on the reduced rack.Bingo!
I already had the potatoes,cheddar(reduced fat),thyme & I used a bouillon cube in 1/3c water.
I shared some with a friend and it was a big hit!
I defintely will be making this again. (I may add a bit of onion next time).