Are you craving Cauliflower Buffalo Bites right now? If you are, then you’ve got just stumbled upon the most delicious raw food recipe there is. I don’t know how to describe the taste, but it is indescribable. The texture is like soft mushy mashed cauliflower. The fact that it is made from 100% raw food gives it a flavor that cannot be replicated in a juicer or blender.
Make sure that your cauliflower buffalo bites have been fully cooked before you store them in the fridge. This will ensure that they are super-easy to incorporate into any other dish. The flavors meld well with all sorts of great vegetables, including carrots, celery sticks, and even vegan blue cheese sauce! These cauliflower bites are a huge crowd-pleaser at any party.
If you’re looking for something different to make for a Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner, consider serving these healthy raw foods at your next tailgate party. If you already love buffalo cauliflower bites, you’ll absolutely love the idea of using them for other dishes. The hardest part of making them is simply preparing them – which is not a problem since you can simply throw them on the grill (just make sure you have non-stick cooking spray on hands) or heat up your oven.
Another way to enjoy these florets are at your next local hot wing restaurant. If you are hosting a tailgate party, you can save money by making wing sauces with them, as well as the delicious buffalo cauliflower bites themselves. You can add them to your barbecue, or even on top of steaks during the game day meal.
You can also bake cauliflower florets right from your own kitchen. If you have a tasty casserole dish lying around your house, why not spruce it up with some baked florets? Simply combine your casserole ingredients (your favorite barbecue sauce, your choice of vegetables, etc) with a tablespoon or two of your favorite hot sauce and bake in an oven until the outer layer is crispy and the inside cooked through. Serve immediately with your favorite hot sauce.
For best results, allow your cauliflower to finish cooking on its own for ten to fifteen minutes. Once they are the desired golden brown, let them rest on a wire cooling rack set over a baking sheet for about twenty minutes to finish cooking. Then, remove them from the baking sheet and allow to cool to room temperature. You may store them in an airtight container in your freezer for up to three months. As you can see, baking cauliflower can be a very simple and delicious way to add flavor and texture to your meals.