Get a large head of Cauliflower and clean out the inside of all leaves and small pieces of cauliflower to open the cavities...may have to trim some stems a bit to get them nice and wide to allow all the cheesy goodness in.
Steam is for about 7 to 10 minutes, remove from steam and set in a bowl to cool for a few minutes, you don't want to try handling this...its hot as heck
Once its some what workable but still hot take a stick of room temp butter and coat every inch of it, like so.
Next take the parm cheese and panko mix and coat it good, best to do this over the same bowl it was sitting in...just make sure the bowl is dry first...ya, that can be a mess
take a small bunch of basil (tbsp and a half or so) and about a tbsp worth of Oregano and rosemary (I happen to have this crap in the back yard...lol)
dice the herbs up well with one jalapeno but you only need about 1/3 of it for this, the other 2/3 can go into cornbread (that's another recipe)
Take about 3 tbsp butter and melt it in a pot
take the Jalapenu and toss it in and simmer about a minute (more it cooks the more heat it loses)
Now add about 3 tbsp sour cream and stir it in good
Now add 1 1/2 cups cheese and 1/2 cup milk and mix up good.
Now lower the heat to medium and stir in the herbs and the 2 tbsp seasoning, I use my own Cajun mix as I think it works well and a bit of a bite
Now stir it up good, consistency should be like this.
If it got a bit too hot and thinned out than it up.t's ok, just add about 1/2 cup more cheese while off the heat to tighten it up
My favorite toy in my arsenal is my battery operated cookie press, this thing has Sooooo many uses, I had one of these nozzles that do the lined icing decorations that i trimmed the tip off of, I fill it with the cheese mix and inject it into the cavities until you see it pushing out of the others
And do this to every cavity til it blobs out the top
You want it full almost to the top because as it smokes some of the mix will settle even more into the cavities
Set it in the smoker (or grill or even oven if you don't have a grill or just don't want it smoked) and set to 250 degrees for about 1 hour or until a butter knife slides in the side with little resistance
After a good hour or so (some grills vary and could be 1 1/2 hours) this...is what you will have
Now let stand tented for about 20 minutes under foil and lice when ready to eat, I find cutting about 1" thick is best "Enjoy)"