How to Make Buffalo Cauliflower - Change My Eating Habits

How to Make Buffalo Cauliflower

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In this blog, I will be sharing with you how to make buffalo cauliflower.

Cauliflowers are probably among the less popular group of vegetables. They’re not a common ingredient for salads and are rarely used in recipes.

Your most likely to see cauliflower in Asian recipes such as stir fries, or in some cases pizza (although rare and not popular, it has been known to be included in vegetarian pizzas).

Although it’s an unpopular vegetable, it’s slowly starting to make a comeback. Most recently, people have been known to make cauliflower rice as a healthy alternative for regular white rice.

There are actually many health benefits to using cauliflower in recipes. Cauliflowers are known to help improve memory, beneficial for weight loss and digestion as well as can help reduce inflammation. They’re also a great source of vitamins and minerals, making them a superfood.

With so many health benefits, including cauliflower in your meal plan should be an obvious choice.

To make buffalo cauliflower, you’ll need an air fryer. Air fryers are becoming more common since people want to fry with less oil to stay healthy. You can purchase air fryers from pretty much any major retailer in store or online.

Keep in mind that although air fryers use less oil when it comes to regular frying, they still do require the use of oil, so you want to be careful about how often you use it.

The main ingredient is obviously cauliflower that you want to cut into florets. Other ingredients include hot sauce, maple syrup, nutritional yeast, salt, flour (I use gluten-free) and avocado oil. Mix the ingredients together and add them to the cauliflower so they are nice and covered.

Once you’re done mixing the cauliflower, just add them to the air fryer and let it do the job for you. After about 15 minutes, the cauliflower is nice and crisp making it a great snack or side dish.

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Sources:

https://www.foodmatters.com/article/8-fascinating-health-benefits-cauliflower-3-recipes

https://draxe.com/nutrition/cauliflower/

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