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Recipe of Perfect Cauliflower Bites πŸ₯˜ with Sticky Sweet Tamari Sauce for Vegetarian Food

Written by Victoria Adkins Sep 01, 2021 Β· 6 min read
Recipe of Perfect Cauliflower Bites πŸ₯˜ with Sticky Sweet Tamari Sauce for Vegetarian Food

Recipe of Perfect Cauliflower Bites πŸ₯˜ with Sticky Sweet Tamari Sauce for Vegetarian Food

Cauliflower Bites πŸ₯˜ with Sticky Sweet Tamari Sauce

Hey everyone, hope you’re having an incredible day today. Today, we’re going to make a special dish, cauliflower bites πŸ₯˜ with sticky sweet tamari sauce. It is one of my favorites food recipes. For mine, I’m gonna make it a little bit tasty. This is gonna smell and look delicious.

Sticky Sesame Cauliflower - the sweet, sticky, & addictively delicious dish that tastes like a better-for-you version of Panda Express! Cauliflower battered and baked and tossed in spicy kung pao sauce. Cauliflower wings/bites are one of our favourite things to snack on, especially made with this Korean style Kkan Pung sweet & spicy garlic sauce. When you need some sticky sweet tangy delicious sauced something, cauliflower fits right in.

Cauliflower Bites πŸ₯˜ with Sticky Sweet Tamari Sauce is one of the most favored of current trending meals on earth. It is enjoyed by millions every day. It’s easy, it is quick, it tastes yummy. They’re nice and they look wonderful. Cauliflower Bites πŸ₯˜ with Sticky Sweet Tamari Sauce is something that I’ve loved my whole life.

To get started with this particular recipe, we have to prepare a few ingredients. You can cook cauliflower bites πŸ₯˜ with sticky sweet tamari sauce using 30 ingredients and 16 steps. Here is how you cook that.

The ingredients needed to make Cauliflower Bites πŸ₯˜ with Sticky Sweet Tamari Sauce:
  1. Get 1 large Cauliflower cut into bit sizes
  2. Make ready 3 eggs, whisked
  3. Take as needed High heat tolerance oil (solid coconut)
  4. Take 1/2 tbsp sesame seeds
  5. Prepare 1-2 green onions, fine chopped
  6. Take Coating Mix
  7. Get 1/2 c - coconut flour
  8. Take 1/2 c - sorghum flour
  9. Get 1/2 tsp salt
  10. Get 1 tbsp potato starch
  11. Take 1 tbsp monk fruit
  12. Prepare Sauce Mix:
  13. Take 1 c water
  14. Get 3 tbsp Tamari sauce
  15. Prepare 2 tbsp apple cider vinegar
  16. Prepare 1/2 tsp liquid coconut oil
  17. Prepare 3-4 tbsp brown sugar (depending on sweetness preference)
  18. Prepare Slurry: 1 1/2 tsp potato starch mixed with 4 tbsp of water
  19. Get Substitutes
  20. Take Brown sugar: Honey, Maple syrup. Your preference on sweetness
  21. Prepare Monk fruit: Stevia or other sugar alternative
  22. Take Coating mix: use your favorite flour mixes
  23. Prepare Tamari sauce: coconut aminos or other soya sauce alternative
  24. Get Apple cider vinegar: balsamic vinegar
  25. Make ready Potato starch: tapioca starch
  26. Get Variations
  27. Take Sweet heat sauce, use chillies to spice up sauce
  28. Prepare Enhance the garlic in the sauce
  29. Prepare Shake of lime sprinkles on top of sauce bites
  30. Get Eliminate sauce, shake on your favorite seasoning or store sauce

These sweet & spicy cauliflower bites combine the culinary traditions of Korean and Chinese cuisine for a delicious side dish. For a full meal, don't be afraid I made a similar cauliflower recipe to this one but it's inspired by Doritos Sweet Chili Heat chips!! I used a sweet chili heat sauce instead of sesame. Tamari is a great gluten-free soy sauce alternative, along with coconut aminos.

Instructions to make Cauliflower Bites πŸ₯˜ with Sticky Sweet Tamari Sauce:
  1. In a medium saucepan add solid coconut oil over medium heat, let melt until there is enough to cover 1 layer of bites in the bottom of pot
  2. Cut up cauliflower head into bite sized pieces - Put in large bowl - Beat eggs, pour over bites and mix well
  3. Turn up heat on oil to 3/4 (a bit over medium)
  4. Mix all dry/coating ingredients together in separate bow and sprinkle half over bites, mix and sprinkle remaining coating mix over bites, mix well.
  5. Add 1-2 pieces to test heat of oil, should be bubbling. Cook 1-2 minutes, test firmness. (Adjust temp as needed)
  6. Have another bowl lined with paper towels ready.
  7. Use a smaller hand strainer that fits inside pot to scoop out cooked pieces, put in bowl with paper towels
  8. Using metal tongs, gently place a single layer of prepared bites into oil, it will bubble up but should not boil over, otherwise your pot may be too small.
  9. Set timer for 2 minutes, test 1 piece, set for another minute to desired firmness. With a full layer, I cooked for 3 minutes.
  10. At end of time, use metal hand strainer to scoop out pieces into paper towel lined bowl.
  11. Add aprox 1 tbsp of solid coconut oil, wait for it to melt and heat. Repeat cooking steps with a single layer each time. Set timer for consistent firmness of all batches. Adding more oil between each batch. Note, increased bubbling will happen as residue batter mix stays in oil.
  12. Keep watch of pot to prevent boil over, remove from heat and move away from burner if bubbles grow too rapidly.
  13. While batches are cooking, start sauce in small saucepan. Over medium heat, melt coconut oil, add all wet ingredients (Except Slurry) and bring to boil over medium heat. Then add 1 tbsp at a time, brown sugar, stir between adds. Let simmer while working on batches of bites. (Optional: add dash of garlic salt)
  14. While bites cooking, dice up fresh green onion, set aside.
  15. When final batch of bites are done and in bowl with paper towels, let cool. Next, add slurry mix to sauce and stir continuously until blended and sauce thickens. Turn burner off.
  16. Remove paper towels from bowl. Spoon sauce over bites and gently mix. When desired amount of sauce is achieved, bites will be well coated. (Variance due to size of cauliflower head, so add sauce spoonful at a time) Sprinkle half of sesame seeds and diced green onions over bites and mix gently. Sprinkle the rest of seeds and mix. Put all into a fresh serving bowl and sprinkle the remaining onions on top.

I used a sweet chili heat sauce instead of sesame. Tamari is a great gluten-free soy sauce alternative, along with coconut aminos. And in fact, there's quite a bit of it. Soy sauce is a condiment frequently used in Chinese and Japanese cuisine. It's dark brown color is punctuated with a salty, savory, umami flavor and most folks know it from eating sushi.

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