- 1 head cauliflower (cut into florets, stem cut into small pieces)
- 2 tablespoons potato starch
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
- 1/2 teaspoon turmeric
- 1 tablespoon nutritional yeast (optional)
- 1/2 teaspoon chili powder (or paprika)
- 1 tablespoon oil (neutral, high heat, choice, avocado, sunflower, grape seed, canola, etc)
|Calories100Calories from Fat35|
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|Calories from Fat35|
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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.
Caitlin 9 days ago
I use this weekly - so simple, so yummy!
SmartCulinaire 22 days ago
Was very hopeful but disappointed. The florets never got crispy. They just dehydrated, but stayed limp. Plus the smell permeated the kitchen the entire day.
KBow a month ago
my husband and i eat these like french fries!
Nicole Benham a month ago
yum yum yum Great easy recipe. Made it exactly how the recipe stated and it turned out great. Wil definitely make again.
Gerald Caldwell 2 months ago
Nice and tender with a hint of spice, using the chili powder. I combined this with penne pasta and marinara sauce
So Hyun Lee 3 months ago
I used air fryer. It was delicious!!
Rita 3 months ago
Great, yes I added beet greens and chickpeas. Broccoli and cauliflower. I also sprinkled toasted, slivered almonds on top.
jackie 3 months ago
Love them,thought they may be to spicy but turned out good, will fix again
Rashida Gray 4 months ago
Tasty but I would use more salt
Frederic Benedetto 4 months ago
It was just ok, needs more taste.
Allen 4 months ago
I think I should’ve used less starch so I I decided to toss mine in chili garlic sauce after roasting and they were delicious!
Renee Scherer 4 months ago
it was ok. much better with hot sauce added
Kimberly 5 months ago
Yummy & interesting! I recommend trying crispy seasoned cauliflower!
Koh 5 months ago
Great recipe!! Will make again
Tania De Los Santos 5 months ago
Delicious! I had to substitute the potato starch with corn starch because I couldn't find it in the store.
Sarah Gregson 5 months ago
I used panko crumbs because I didn’t have potato flour. Covered with foil for a while too. Turned out nice and crispy. Next time, and there will definitely be a next time, I will mix all the sprinkles together first and blanch the cauliflower first. Good flavour combo.
Liz 5 months ago
Deeeelicious! Grilled it in the oven and it was a hit.
Florence Barth 5 months ago
There should be better directions regarding how to prepare the cauliflower with the oil. perhaps do that part in a bowl so it covers better.
Helen B. 5 months ago
The description in the recipe says “the secret to their addictive crispiness and flavor is frying them...” yet the directions instruct you bake them. Prep time and nutritional information. are also different. Have the recipe instructions been swapped?
Martin 5 months ago
Very easy to make and the kids cleaned their plates. I'm a happy parent.
Kevin Awuor 5 months ago
Brings some nice flavour to cauliflower
cms 7 months ago
Awesome!! Huge hit as a Thanksgiving side dish :)
Karanda Jung 7 months ago
Cooked this several times already - starting to perfect it! Better results if you toss all the seasoning to evenly spread. It's been a hit
Eileen D. 9 months ago
Very easy and yummy!
Miars 10 months ago
Amazing. We all love this recipe!!!
Michal Tajkiewicz 10 months ago
Wow! that was easy indeed. definietly will do it agajn!
C H. 10 months ago
Needed to whip up a second batch. Everyone loved it. I used frozen cauliflower florets. I used the paprika (smoked) instead of the chili powder. The nutritional yeast is a must. . . And I am NOT a fan of nutritional yeast. . . I used corn starch ‘cause I didn’t have potato starch. It came out crispy and I did NOT mix it halfway through. 30 minutes was perfect.
Jess Ottaway a year ago
Really tasty side! We cooked ours in an actifry so didnt crisp up as much.
Tracey a year ago
Lots of positive feedback from guests who ate it - thank you. Will make again!
MeeganMoore a year ago
Delicious, would make again. Prepared per instructions.