Seriously delicious cauliflower tacos! This bang bang cauliflower tacos recipe features crispy baked cauliflower bites and delicious sweet chili coleslaw wrapped in a warm, charred tortilla with an additional drizzle of that bangin sauce.
Best cauliflower tacos ever!!!
My newest obsession, cauliflower tacos.
Ain’t cauliflower the best vegetable ever? It is such a neutral vegetable that can be transformed into an array of delectable dishes. Like Cauliflower stuffed naan, Crispy & crunchy buttermilk fried cauliflower and this Keema matar inspired cauliflower.
And then the latest Baked bang bang cauliflower <– Crispy baked goodness.
I have adopted some serious technique in achieving a crispy baked cauliflower that is uniformly golden (just as a fried one). It is so good and highly addictive!
May be equally as addictive made into a taco. And you are eating a veggie taco but looks almost like a crispy chicken taco. SO GOOOOOOD.
The recipe is fairly easy –
Toss cauliflower in a buttermilk marinade and then coat each piece in a crsipy, golden panko breadcrumbs (Yes, these bread crumbs get golden and crispy even before they hit the oven). Bake.
Stir few sauce ingredients together.
Toss thinly sliced cabbage, red onion, cilantro and jalapeños with some lemon juice and sauce.
Serve everything wrapped in charred tortilla.
Baked Bang Bang Cauliflower Tacos
This bang bang cauliflower tacos recipe features crispy baked cauliflower bites and delicious sweet chili coleslaw wrapped in a warm, charred tortilla with an additional drizzle of that bangin sauce.
- one recipe Baked bang bang cauliflower
- 5 small fajita size corn or flour tortillas
- 2 cups thinly sliced cabbage
- 1/2 cup thinly sliced red onion
- 2 tablespoons chopped cilantro
- 1/2 jalapeños pepper, thinly sliced (optional)
- 1 teaspoon lemon juice
Cook each tortilla over direct flame, until slightly charred on both sides (don't let get burned). Wrap them in a clean kitchen towel until serving.
Toss all coleslaw ingredients along with about 3 tablespoons sweet chili mayo, until thoroughly combined. (Can be made ahead and placed in the refrigerator until serving time)
Place some coleslaw on a warm tortilla, top with baked cauliflower bites with an additional drizzle of the sweet chili mayo. Eat.
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