These Lemon Pepper Cauliflower Wings are absolutely divine veggie wings! They’re coated in a sweet and spicy lemon peppery sauce and are the perfect game day snack for vegans!
Can you believe that this is my 8th cauliflower wings/bites recipes?! We were trying to count it out first, and I was convinced I was only on wing #4, then realised that indeed, I’ve already hit 8! My ultimate goal is to have like every flavour under the sun, kind of like my favourite wings place before I went vegetarian then vegan. Then, that one day someone will reach out and create a vegan wings menu in my name, (preferably near my house) so that I can go and eat my own favourite cauliflower wings whenever I want. A girl can dream, right?!
Let’s get right into these Lemon Pepper Cauliflower Wings. Lemon pepper became one of my favourite overall flavours sometime last year after a company sent me their lemon pepper seasoning. Friends, I’ve been putting it on everything and in everything. I’m talking in my tofu scramble. On my baked tofu. Making anything with garlic and onions? Lemon pepper seasoning to the mix! So naturally, I realised, I needed to make some Lemon Pepper Cauliflower Wings and give them a try!
These aren’t your regular lemon pepper wings though. Of course naturally their vegan, but also, after being deliciously seasoned, they’re topped with a sweet and spicy lemon pepper glaze. I was never a fan of the lemon pepper butter sauce (I tried them for this, and it didn’t work out well), but I have always been a massive fan of sweet and spicy glazes. Hello my buffalo cauliflower wings, looking right at you! So I decided to give them a whirl for these wings and they worked out perfectly!
Of course, the sauce is completely customisable for your own taste buds. I wanted a spicy, tangy and sweet combo. Feel free to make them even sweeter, or less sweet. Cooking is for fun, friends!
These Lemon Pepper Cauliflower Wings are:
BTW, and it’s a big by the way, I completely hacked my own recipe! All the time in the past, I’ve said that you should dip each cauliflower wing one by one, and to be honest, it’s taken up a fair amount of time. I decided to just wing it (get it?!…please don’t leave) and dump them all into the batter and just coat. Then the same into the breadcrumbs.
It worked out the exact same. So friends, feel free to do the same! I’ll be adding a video for this, where you can see exactly what I did! Major time saver and a huge motivation to make these more often. Eat up and enjoy!
If you don’t need gluten-free breadcrumbs, use panko breadcrumbs!
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