Because sometimes the simplest recipes are actually the best, and this buffalo roasted cauliflower is an example of one, we almost felt silly putting this recipe up for you all, because it is so simple. But then we got over it. Why?
Because you need this buffalo roasted cauliflower in your life.
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So the problem is if we don’t put the recipe up, you’ll never see it, and then you’ll never eat it. And that’s just plain sad. Therefore we decided to post this.
This recipe has 2 ingredients, that’s it. And it’s good. So good. And it’s healthy. Really healthy.
Therefore it’s delicious. Do you need another reason to try it?
So now for the incredibly complicated and difficult buffalo roasted cauliflower recipe:
P.S. If you can’t find buffalo seasoning, you can [easyazon_link identifier=”B01MZ1LLK9″ locale=”US”]get it online[/easyazon_link].
- 1 head cauliflower
- 1/4 cup dry buffalo seasoning or buffalo dressing
- Chop cauliflower into reasonable-sized florets, small enough to put in your mouth.
- Mix cauliflower with dry buffalo seasoning. If you don't have dry buffalo seasoning, use buffalo dressing instead. It's still delicious, just stickier.
- Bake at 400 for about 20 minutes.
Tada! Buffalo roasted cauliflower.
That’s it, nothing special or crazy. Most of all though, it’s super good.
Oh…we also added blue cheese dressing on the side for ours.
So have we convinced you to try it?
How about if we tell you this is what the plate looked like after about 10 seconds? For real. Not even exaggerating. And then we made it again the next day. And the next. It is just that good.
Maybe cauliflower isn’t actually your thing, and that’s okay. We’ll only judge you a little. We also have great recipes for watermelon red onion salad and chicken pot pie. So if you want another healthy and delicious option those might be for you. And you can go to the farmer’s market to get your ingredients! BONUS!