Dinner · Snacks · vegan

Cauliflower Wings – Three ways


Ahh, the simple cauliflower.

Not the most popular of veggies for most…. until they try it this way!

I remember a few years ago my husband said “I don’t like cauliflower” he also said this about brussel sprouts, zucchini, cucumber and gnocchi. Although I have not converted him on raw zucchini or any cucumber, I have brought him around on sprouts and gnocchi and he loves cauliflower.

We use these recipes as a party snack, entree or a meal if you are my girlfriend Sara and I when making this the other day….

After you have broken  the head into a little bigger then bite size and washed them I then battered in an wholemeal flour and water blend with just a pinch of salt. I use 1:1.5 ratio of flour to water.

You then lay them out on a baking tray and bake for 20 – 30 mins at 180°C.

Whilst these are baking you can make your glazes and dipping sauces.


Glaze: Whisk the below
2 Tbl of red curry paste (check vegan)
1 Tbl of maple syrup
Water to thin – if necessary
Dipping Sauce: blend the below
1 avocado
1 spring onion stalk
Water to thin

Glaze: Whisk the below
1/3 cup maple syrup
1/4 cup soy
1 Tbl sesame oil
2 tbl sesame seeds
No dipping sauce required – they are that good!

Glaze: whisk the below
2 Tbl sesame oil
1 cup Panko crumbs
pinch salt and pepper
Sauce: whisk the below
1 Tbl miso paste
1 Tbl rice wine
Sesame seeds – as much as you like, I use about a table spoon full
hot water to thin

When ready organise on a platter and serve with your sauces.
Enjoy!Cauliflower 2.jpg

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