Cauliflower Wings

5 (1 Review)
10 Pieces
25 Minutes

Cauliflower wings are one of THE best party snacks. They're perfect for a superbowl party, a movie night or if you just want to have more of a veggie snack. They go extremely well slathered in buffalo sauce and with a blue cheese dip (I'll make a recipe for that and link it at the bottom of this post!) They're a yummy scrummy option instead of chicken wings and can be perfect for vegans to endure they don't miss out! What's great about these is that the batter can be used for other things, try brocolli, asparagus, peppers as a kind of pseduo tempura, or meat batter the possibilities are endless

Cauliflower Wings

5 (1 Review)

Recipe details

  • 10 Pieces
  • Prep time: 10 Minutes|Cook time: 15 Minutes|Total time: 25 Minutes

Ingredients

For the batter


Instructions


Cut cauliflower head into individual florets
Make batter and place florets into batter mix. Ensure well coated.
Deep fry in 170°c oil until browned and crisp
Drain, rest, then toss in sauce of choice

Tips

  • It may be easier to fry in batches of 3 to 6 florets and then allow to keep warm in oven
  • It goes great with blue cheese dressing! Recipe here: https://www.foodtalkdaily.com/44313807/blue-cheese-dressing

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  • Anna
    Anna
    on Dec 10, 2020

    I really want to try these. This is a great way to get the kids to eat cauliflower. I can just imagine how good broccoli, green beans and many other vegetables would be. When you are a parent, you have to be creative with vegetables in order to get some kids to eat them. Luckily my kids love all kinds of vegetables, even brussel sprouts.

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