Servings: 4 as a substantial side dish or 6 as part of a large holiday meal.
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This recipe is delicious and SO easy!! My husband hates cauliflower and he requests this dish.
This recipe may be too fussy and time consuming to include in a holiday menu, but it's well worth the effort when you have the leisure to chop thyme. My husband won't eat cauliflower any other way now that he's had it with honey on it.
Try the basic roasted cauliflower instead. Nothings special and not worth the extra ingredients and effort.
It'a not easy cutting cauliflower into equal sizes and shapes. I halved the recipe, using a 9-in. iron skillet, and I found that a medium setting was too hot. Medium-low was better, and I had to turn the pieces frequently to prevent burning. However, the proof of the cauliflower is in the eating. My husband said this was the best cauliflower he'd ever tasted. We both loved it.
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