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|Calories110Calories from Fat20|
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|Calories from Fat20|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Elizabeth Johnson 7 months ago
It was easy, could use a crunchy element, or broiled last for a few mins to crisp up a bit.
DArcy B. 9 months ago
i fried instead of baking...
Rose a year ago
Not good, made as per instructions and will not make again. Huge waste of a head of califlower.
Ashley Friend a year ago
It was great but next time I’ll add hot sauce to the batter itself for extra spice!
matt c. a year ago
as good as ot gets without frying
Kat S. 2 years ago
I used whole wheat flour and a silicone mat instead of foil. It didn’t quite crisp on the outside enough and was a bit too doughy. You can’t really go too wrong with cauliflower and hot sauce though
Anjeanette L. 2 years ago
Great snack or movie treat! Per a friend's suggestion, we substituted chickpea flour for regular flour which makes the batter thinner than it would be otherwise. The panko keeps them crispy and I believe this ingredient is essential to making them. We've made these three times and they have been devoured each time by veggie lovers and meat lovers alike.
Lin B. 2 years ago
Definitely make sure you use enough Buffalo sauce and bread crumbs
Jason Pineda 3 years ago
Very tasting and easy to make, but the batter was a bit too think for my liking. Will add more milk and less flour next time. Otherwise tasty!
Susan Sodini 4 years ago
Loved it. I did accidentally cook it longer than the recipe so it was not very crisp, but my son devoured it.
Robin Hankinson 4 years ago
I followed the recipe exactly . . . the cauliflower remained raw! Surely it needs boiling a little to soften it? Most disappointing recipe I have yet tried from the internet (I have had dozens of successful one's!)