Whenever I buy cauliflower I have so much I don't know what to do with it all - a head of it goes a long way, and this was my 3rd recipe using this one. I've made a cauliflower mac and cheese in the past that I really liked, so I sort of took ideas from that recipe and this one from Rachel Ray, and made up something a little different tonight for dinner!
3. While the cauliflower is cooking, boil some water with a dash of salt to get your pasta cooking. Whole wheat pasta tends to take a bit longer to cook than regular pasta, and you also want to undercook a little as it will keep cooking a bit when you add it to the cauliflower mix.
5. Stir everything together well and let it all warm up together. Be sure to keep it on very low heat so you don't boil the milk. Next you can add the cheese and turn the heat off! I used a mixture of shredded parmesan romano and cheddar - mix together until it looks like the cheese has melted.