Gratin of cauliflower with Mascarpone and mustard

Gratin de chou-fleur au mascarpone et moutarde

Gratin de chou fleur au mascarpone et moutarde

Gratin of cauliflower with mascarpone and mustard

I had started to write an introduction about people’s aggressiveness on the global internet but finally decided that they were not worth it :p . Yes, I know, often women vary.

Instead, I wish them, as Johnny said at the Victoires de la Musique, #CultureConfiture, lots of love. I confess that Johnny is bluffing me. He’s been in the business for over 50 years. We like it or not but I have to admit that he impresses me. Don’t you?

In short, it has nothing to do with cauliflower gratinif it’s not cooking to music it’s also very nice đŸ™‚ For this recipe you need a big cauliflower. If you only have a small one, don’t put all the Mascarpone in mustard, put only 150 to 175 g.

For 6 persons

Preheat the furnace to 200°C, rotating heat.

Wash the cauliflower, detail it in florettes. Cook them for 7 minutes in the auto-cooker.

Pour the Mascarpone into a salad bowl. Add the old-fashioned mustard and whisk to obtain a homogeneous preparation.

Place the cauliflower florettes in a casserole dish. Spread the mustard mascarpone on top and bake for 20 minutes.

Gratin de chou-fleur au mascarpone et moutarde

Cauliflower gratin with mascarpone and mustard

Succulent!

The musical bonus :

Enjoy!

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