These Cauliflower BQ Wing Bites are lip-smacking delicious! A terrific game day dish, or anytime for that matter. We even eat them as a main dish.
Every year, my husband and his friends make their annual request for these Wing Bites for game day. They say they just want to make sure I remember. This is the 3rd year in a roll, so I think they have me trained now.
They are so good! Even my sister, that normally does not eat cauliflower, likes them. That’s saying a lot!
Nutrition in Cauliflower
Whether boiled, steamed, mashed, roasted or eaten raw, cauliflower delivers great nutritional value with little nutritional cost. It’s low in calories, fat and sodium but delivers fiber, vitamin C and potassium. A half cup of cooked cauliflower packs 45 percent of the recommended daily value of vitamin C, and a half cup of raw cauliflower has 40 percent.–LiveStrong
Rest assured, they are phenomenal! I promise you won’t be disappointed!
Recipe adapted from Potato Strong. Will is a genius!
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- 1 head of cauliflower cut into bite sized pieces
- 1 cup whole grain flour.
- 1 cup non-dairy milk
- 1 Tbsp. garlic powder
- 1 Tbsp. onion power
- 1 tsp. salt
- pinch of cayenne for slight kick
- bread crumbs I used Kellogg’s Bread Crumbs
- your favorite barbecue sauce
Preheat oven to 450 degrees and line baking sheet with parchment paper. This makes clean up much easier.
Combine flour, non-dairy milk, and spices in bowl, and whisk together.
Coat each cauliflower bite in the batter. I simply put a handful of them in the bowl at one time, and rolled them around until coated.
Pour the dry bread crumbs in a gallon sized storage bag. As you batter each cauliflower bite in the bowl of batter, then toss them into the bag of bread crumbs and shake to coat evenly. I did this in batches.
Place battered and breaded cauliflower bites on baking sheet and bake for approximately 20 minutes, until brown and crispy. You’ll be surprised how crunchy these get.
Place barbecue sauce in bowl. Remove cauliflower bites from oven. Dip each piece into barbecue sauce. I used tongs to roll the hot bites around in the sauce. Then re-bake for another 20 minutes, until dried out.
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