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Creamy Cauliflower

Creamy Cauliflower recipe
photo by:kraft
Your're sure to love these mock mashed potatoes.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
20 min
servings
total:
4 servings, 2/3 cup each
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posted:
11/14/2005
It was great!! Even those who hate cauliflower enjoyed it. My niece and nephew were intrigued with the recipe and actually tried it. They liked it so well that they copied the recipe to try at home because it did NOT "taste" like cauliflower.
posted:
10/28/2005
I found it very tasty and different.
posted:
10/11/2005
this was a great alternative to potatoes! I didn't get it as creamy as the photo, but it was good anyhow. Got rave reviews from the dinner party! I made this with the green beans and tomatoes Italian and the Easy Skillet Feta Chicken. It was a great meal, also the presentation was beautiful.
posted:
9/27/2005
This is a good recipe but I did add a few extras to add more taste like cheddar cheese and sour cream.
posted:
7/27/2005
Yum!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
posted:
7/21/2005
I was in desperate need of a healthy vegetable side dish, and this one is AMAZING! it tastes just as good as mashed potatoes! (and i even used fat-free mayo and it still is delicious!)
posted:
6/25/2005
I added more cream cheese, parmesan cheese and a pinch of salt because it seemed a little too bland.
posted:
6/25/2005
I've made this several times and passed it along to friends. My family can't get enough of it. My 8 year old won't touch caulifower and he actually asks for this recipe. I used a hand mixer and it probably wasn't the right texture but, it was still incredible!
posted:
5/17/2005
I changed the dill weed to garlic, and the Grated Parmesan cheese to shreaded kraft american it tasted wonderfull and works for my low carb diet.
posted:
5/17/2005
I left out the dill which helps. One son liked it, the other didn't. You need to use a food processor vs. a regular blender though, to get the texture right. It's a good way to work with "hard to eat" vegetables.
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