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Bbq Cauliflower Wings

My Vegan Beer Battered BBQ Cauliflower Wings are excellent for recreation era but also make for an incredible shared appetizer, area dish or even a fun dinner party menu item.

baked beer battered cauliflower wings sprinkled with chopped green onion

Get ready for the perfect vegan activity period snack! BBQ Cauliflower Wings- saucy, crispy, and crunchy on the outside, with the excellent juicy and soft interior. Trust me, you won’t be able to stop eating these Baked Cauliflower Wings!

Cauliflower is one of my secret weapons when it is necessary to reaching snacks, appetizers, and sport period meat! There are endless ways to turn it into something addictive and I adoration how the florets take on a “meat-like” quality when you prepare them in certain ways. I’ve prepared cauliflower in every behavior imaginable but smashed in a brew batter and roasted until snappy and gilded, then covered in a finger-licking-good spicy bbq sauce might be one of my most favorite ways.

Who can say no to a big platter of gloriously golden crunchy cauliflower chews drenched in hot bbq sauce? Not me

beer battered bbq cauliflower wings served with a piece of grilled corn on the cob

Our BBQ Baked Cauliflower Wings are first coated in a spiced gluten-free beer batter made from rice flour and tapioca starch then roasted, coated in spicy bbq sauce and broiled again! And there you have it- one of the most delicious vegan appetizers or defendant snacks I’ve ever tasted!

Guys, I know you will adoration these Cauliflower Wings! No need to fry them- they crisp up nicely in the oven! The ingredients couldn’t be easier and the spice rank can be adapted to your taste.

baked bbq cauliflower wings sprinkled with chopped green onion

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