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    Okay.. I am not a cook. There. I said it (but not loud enough for my family to hear

    I'm making cauliflower bake for the first time tonight. I don't have a recipe but succeeded in making the cream sauce from scratch thought I was doing okay but then googled how long I should leave it in the oven for.. Apparently everyone boils the cauliflower first??? I didn't.. What do I do now? Have you made this dish before?

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    You might just need to cook it for longer. And thanks for the post - I know what to cook for dinner now!

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    Haha thank you! It's been in the oven on 200 for 20 minutes (covered) think I'll leave it in for 40.. Or is that too long?

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    Just poke with a fork to see if the cauli is tender enough. Will depend on your oven

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    You might need to turn it down of you are going to leave it in there incase the sauce burns. Just keep checking and poking. GL

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    Agree! Keep sticking a fork into it! Also turn it down a bit to avoid burning sauce!

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    Could pop foil over top so it doesn't burn and 'steam' it for a while


 

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