- 3/4 head cauliflower
- 2 large eggs
- 1/4 cup chopped fresh cilantro
- 1/2 lime (add the zest too if you want more of a lime flavor)
PER SERVING *
|Calories50Calories from Fat20|
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|Calories from Fat20|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Phillip G. 13 days ago
I enjoyed these. I'm in phase 1 of Ideal Protein and was really missing tacos and burritos. There's just something about wrapping food in another food. Anyway, these were compatible with my diet and did the trick. My only suggestion is to avoid filling these with wet ingredients. They will start to crumble when they get soggy.
Michelle M. 27 days ago
I’m not sure if I did something wrong but these were not what I was expecting. It did not look anything like the picture. I didn’t care for the taste either.
lizzy 8 Jun
delicious! could definitely tell it wasn’t a flour tortilla, but still awesome! i’ve never had cauliflower that tasted so yummy! AND so healthy!! i put cheese in mine and it was great!
Shelly 22 May
This was very easy to make and stayed together better than corn tortillas!
sheetal 21 May
very nice n healthy , satisfying your tummy
Claire Weschler 16 May
Awesome. My daughter ate four of them delicious
Krizia Chavez 6 May
a little crumbly if not handled with care but super yummy with all the fixings :)
Walterneppl@aol.com 3 May
I was totally surprised by these tortillas. Absolutely great. Next time I'll add 2 cloves crushed garlic they'll go great with a indian curry.
Jonathan L. 15 Apr
Need to work on recipe a little.
Sarah D. 20 Dec 2017
Pretty good but tastes a bit like an omelette
paper tigerlily 3 Aug 2017
This recipe was fun to make, but it turned out a bit more crumbly than I would have liked. I used a smoothie machine instead of a food processor, so I had to add a cup of water to the cauliflower, and I tried to dry out the cauliflower=water mixture by boiling off the water and squeezing it through two face cloths. For the most part, the mixture got dry. However, perhaps with dry cauliflower in a food processor and a cheesecloth, I would have been able to get more of the water out, and maybe that would have made the egg hold the mixture together better, so that it would be less crumbly. I used parsley instead of cilantro because my partner doesn't like the taste of cilantro. I will try this recipe again with a proper food processor.
AthenA 1 Aug 2017
Awesome, I used only egg whites.
Emily W. 6 Jul 2017
will definitely be making these alot!yummy
Trisha Ferguson 30 Mar 2017
They tasted like over-cooked egg, it totally overpowered the taco flavors I was using them for. They weren't worth the effort to make.
Mrs.C 25 Mar 2017
These are more like a flat baked cauliflower egg omelette . Still pretty good and no carbs nonetheless.
Rebecca Woodfield 18 Mar 2017
These are awesome! So filling too! And if you fail in your first attempt like I did - it can be turned into a wonderful 'rice' dish
Nooni Nooni 12 Feb 2017
This recipe was total disaster for me but it was delicious. When i try to make tortillas they got stuck to parchment paper. I had to scrape it off and eat as a rice
Kim 26 Dec 2016
It was perfect i followed instructions and this is such a nice different recipe for all of us who are always on a diet and don't feel like eating carbs
Cynthia G. 19 May 2016
These turned out amazing! I also made a salt free version for my 8 month old daughter and she also loved them! I will definitely be making them again. Instead of using cheese cloth i just cupped the cauliflower in my palms and squeezed the excess water out. It worked fine.
Elizabeth B. 19 Aug 2015
Not a huge fan.... ended up rather average. Could it be that no water needed to be squeezed from my cauliflower? Hmmm.... maybe the cauliflower I bought was dry??