Buffalo Roasted Cauliflower ***MAD***

I have several recipes that include Franks RedHot Buffalo Wing Sauce because I LOVE IT!  I also love roasted vegetables, so when I saw a version of this recipe here, I had to try it for myself.  It turned out wonderful!  I added some of the La Tortilla Factory Low Carb Tortilla (ground into bread crumbs) because I was worried about the butter and hot sauce not “sticking” to the cauliflower.  Feel free to leave the crumbs out if you don’t want to use them. You could add a blue cheese dip as well, it could help increase the ratio.

4.95g Protein

4.17g Carbohydrate

118 Calories

MAD, approximately 1:1 Ratio

Ingredients

100g raw cauliflower, broken into small bite size pieces

10g butter, melted

10g Franks RedHot Buffalo Wing Sauce

14g La Tortilla Factory Low Carb Tortillas, ground into bread crumbs

salt/pepper

Directions

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Pre-heat your oven to 450 degrees.

In a small bowl, cover the cauliflower with the melted butter and hot sauce.  Toss it around until it is evenly coated.

Add the bread crumbs to the cauliflower and toss until they are evenly distributed.  Season with salt and pepper.

Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and spread the cauliflower out in an even layer. Make sure you scrape the bowl!  Try to move the pieces away from each other so they are not touching.

Bake for about 15 minutes until the edges begin to turn brown and crispy.  Bake until it is tender and easily pierced with a fork.

Enjoy!

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3 Comments on “Buffalo Roasted Cauliflower ***MAD***”

  1. Grammy
    October 22, 2012 at 9:34 pm #

    Dawn…I’m going to try this recipe! Sounds delicious!
    Did Charlotte like it?

  2. brekkenc
    October 22, 2012 at 7:00 pm #

    Looks yummy to me! Nora probably not so much, but she will expand her tastes as she grows. I love these recipes that can work for the whole family and eliminate the need to make completely different meals for everyone.

    For me, flaxseed meal is the new bread crumbs, if anyone is needing a gluten free option.

    • October 22, 2012 at 7:02 pm #

      Good idea with the flax seed, it will contribute a little more fat as well! Maybe a lower oven temp if using flax would be better, the oils in them is not high heat stable.

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