- 1/2 head cauliflower (cut into bite sized florets)
- 1 1/2 cups panko bread crumbs (Kikkoman brand preferred for even baking)
- 2 large eggs (whisked)
- 1 tablespoon fresh parsley (finely chopped, optional, for garnish)
- 2 tablespoons sweet chili sauce (I bought mine from an Asian grocery store. Make sure to buy the kind that is a smooth sauce without chili seeds)
- 2 teaspoons hot sauce (I used sriracha)
- 1/4 cup plain greek yogurt ( fat free, try to use a thicker consistency one like Fage)
- 1 tablespoon honey
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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.
Crittendon 19 days ago
I added a bit more of a kick and I did have the sweet chilie sauce but it still turned out delicious.
Lori 5 Nov 2018
Wonderful!!! The cauliflower was crispy and the bang bang sauce was awesome, everyone loved it, it’s a keeper
Claire Anderson 5 Oct 2018
The sauce is absolutely delicious! I’d eat this every night
Mark 13 Aug 2018
Good sauce, but a not so great way to cook cauliflower. Skip the breading and just roast the cauliflower (or use the dip for a veggie tray).
Jasmine 3 Apr 2018
Only good right out of the oven but even then, I would definitely modify the recipe somehow. The flour was still very powdery and I had to keep them in the oven for around 30 min rather than the recommended 20 min. I made it for a potluck and they were cooled down and really gross when I got there... I didn’t even want to serve them. Wouldn’t really recommend unless it’s modified.
Julia S. 31 Mar 2018
Loved it! Though, i did cheat on the skinny part and fry them instead. Sauce was great!
Emily H. 7 Mar 2018
yummmmm! I made it per the directions. I used it as a side to some crispy baked tofu.
Molly 23 Jan 2018
Yummy and healthy! Had as a side to Japanese Chicken and retried rice.
Caroline L. 22 Jan 2018
So good I added more hot sauce and was eating it by the spoonful
Ashley 2 Jan 2018
Delicious! I roasted the cauliflower in the oven and skipped coating in in breadcrumbs.
Morgan Marron 30 Dec 2017
soft, cruchy with a hint of spice!
Kayla P. 30 Dec 2017
Very yummy! Changed the sauce a bit. Would make it again as it makes a nice snack or side for a meal.
Jen 29 Nov 2017
I used a sweet and sour mix in the sauce. Loved it. Will try roasting cauliflower and try that out too to keep my carb counter lower 😊
Chris 13 Nov 2017
Sauce is awesome will just roast cauliflower next time and not waste time with breadcrumbs!
Kekarainen 25 Jul 2017
Product it self tastes mostly like flour but the sauce was great!
Rach R. 19 Apr 2017
Awesome recipe! Sauce is delicious. It can be a bit difficult to spread the breadcrumbs but if you take your time, they turn out well.
Madissen Allsop 11 Apr 2017
These were so delicious, I scrapped the first batch of sauce I made and left out the honey on the second batch. It took a lot of playing around to get the sauce just right, but it was a fast and easy dinner side for sure.
Mary E. 21 Feb 2017
Did not turn out as planned :( .followed recipe to the tee, ........................................
Oscar Cortez 18 Jan 2017
Turned out good, though it took 30 minutes to bake and you can't rush the dip and rolling. To get the panko even, you need to do each by hand.
Alfi 10 Nov 2016
I tried to make this one without the sauce, turned out it was good, i did bake them for 20 minutes on 200 Celcius, but i think it should be longer, like 30 minutes or so, so that you get crispy result.
Chi V. 14 Oct 2016
It was delicious with the bang bang sauce but the cauliflower could have been more crispy and flavorful. I might try it with more seasoning in the egg mixture. I was in a rush or else I would have broiled the cauliflower at the end to get it more crispy and golden too.
Claire A. 30 Jun 2016
Great recipe! We didn't have parchment paper so we just coated a shallow pan with EVOO, and baked for 25 min. Instead of the listed 20... Worked great! Crispy on outside /soft on inside and the bang bang sauce was perfect!! Will make again for sure!
brianna wilson 20 Jun 2016
I agree that the only way to have this is fresh out of the oven. My favorite part of this recipe was definitely the boom boom sauce - it can be used on anything.
Russel S. 13 May 2016
Awesome. Brought a double recipe to a pot luck party and it disappeared rapidly. Did increase proportion of sweet chili sauce in the dip; bought it in the Asian food aisle of my local Safeway.
Jessica W. 27 Mar 2016
Only way to have this is fresh and hot out of the oven, other than that, it was delish! Healthier than frying.
Roger Monahan 22 Feb 2016
Sauce is excellent but the breading doesn't stick to the cauliflower if you use the method described in the recipe