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I added garlic cause that's how I roll. They were delicious and I will definitely make them again. I also cheated a little and started with frozen, riced cauliflower. I didn't spray them with cooking spray cause yuck, that's just too chemically induced. I brushed them lightly with olive oil instead
These were so easy and tasty! This was the recipe that had the fewest ingredients that came up when I googled cauliflower tots. My Panko crumbs had Parmesan cheese and Italian herbs, so I omitted the parsley. My egg cauliflower blend seemed a little "wet" so I added just a little extra panko crumbs. Taking a suggestion from one of the other reviewers, I rolled the tots in more panko crumbs and deep fried the tots. They were great. Will definitely make these again. My grandson liked them. I told him they were tots, but did not say they were cauliflower.
Small head of cauliflower yielded 3 cups so 2 whole eggs were whisked together with basil oregano and seasoned salt and the rest of recipe. Plus 1/4 C more of bread crumbs were added. The baking time increased to 12-15 minutes per side because they were a little bigger. They have the smooth texture of tots inside but I think you would have to deep fry these to get that crispy "tot" exterior. Outer layer is a bit rubbery but worth the less fat.
Easy to make; took a little more time than I expected. Next time I'll steam the cauliflower the night before to save time! I used a large head of cauliflower and the yield was suffice for my family and leftovers for work the next day. Delicious! I made this gluten-free and it was tasty and easily rolled together despite the lack of gluten component. My stomach was quite pleased!
These are great! I used my food processor to make the cauliflower "rice". It worked like a charm. I also followed the advice of some of the reviews to add more flavor, using a garlic/herb spice, bacon bits and shredded cheddar cheese. I also made an aoli for dipping. Fantastic!!!
I didn't have bread crumbs so I used small oatmeal flakes and it worked great ! ;-) I added cheddar and green onion as well. You can use herbs or spices to give it more depth and make it your own, overall 2 thumbs up !
I followed the recipe and we loved them! I am so excited as I'm trying really hard to find healthier choices instead of potatoes and rice. One note: I made the mistake of using dried onion flakes instead of real onion so my miss was dry and I really had to work to get things to hold together. Next time I'll use fresh onions!
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