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Cauliflower bites and wings have become so popular over the past few years. While buffalo sauce is the most popular way to enjoy them, there are so many other types of flavors and cuisines you can use for inspiration! These Asian cuisine-inspired cauliflower wings and bites are so delicious and flavorful! There’s everything from Baked Sticky Orange Cauliflower Bites to Kung Pao Cauliflower Bites!

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1. Sesame Cauliflower Bites

Sesame Cauliflower Bites

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These Sesame Cauliflower Bites by Annie Kimmelman are sweet, filling, sticky, and so flavorful.

2. Sticky Asian Cauliflower Wings


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If you fancy making something a bit more special than your regular meals, then Andri Neocleous‘s Sticky Asian Cauliflower Wings recipe is perfect! The homemade sticky sauce is so indulgent and super easy to make too. This Korean Cauliflower Wings recipe is relatively straightforward in comparison to many other cauliflower recipes as it doesn’t require a multi-stage process to coat the florets (it’s an absolute messy nightmare trying to dip battered food in breadcrumbs!).

3. Baked Sticky Orange Cauliflower Bites

Baked Sticky Orange Cauliflower Bites

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Shanika Graham-White‘s Crispy Baked Sticky Orange Cauliflower Bites are a deliciously healthier option of a classic family favorite. These bites are ultra crispy and smothered in a sticky sweet orange sauce and topped with sesame seeds. Super easy to make and whipped together in under 45 minutes.

4. Umami Bomb Cauliflower Bites

Umami Bomb Cauliflower Bites

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These Umami Bomb Cauliflower Bites by Anarki “AJ” Tjon Affo are little umami flavor bombs! Fresh cauliflower florets are tossed in a wonderful mixture of miso, sesame oil, garlic, and other spices, then roasted until crisp around the edges. These make an awesome snack or meal when served with other veggies or your favorite grains.

5. Asian-Inspired Cauliflower Wings

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This dish is effortless, fresh, slightly sweet, slightly spicy, the breading maintains itself even though it’s only baked, and the sauce is universal and can be used for a variety of dishes! You will love Gabrielle St. Claire‘s Asian-Inspired Cauliflower Wings!

6. Teriyaki-Style Roasted Cauliflower

Vegan Teriyaki Style Roasted Cauliflower

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This Teriyaki-Style Roasted Cauliflower by Grace Silla is the perfect accompaniment to rice, noodles, or whatever else you desire. Simple but absolutely delicious, and easy to whip up, this is your answer to your next weeknight meal!

7. Crispy and Sweet Sesame Cauliflower Bites

Sesame Cauliflower Bites

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These Crispy and Sweet Sesame Cauliflower Bites by Trudy Geneus will give you the satisfaction you crave through their amazing flavor-profile. Whether you are a new or existing plant-based eater, you’re gonna love this!

8. Kung Pao Cauliflower Bites

Kung Pao Cauliflower Bites

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The sauce on these Kung Pao Cauliflower Bites by Melanie Sorrentino will change your life. They’re spicy, sweet, umami, and have the perfect coating. Serve these as an appetizer with extra sauce on the side for dipping. Or, serve them with rice as a meal — believe us, you’ll want to eat these day in and day out.

9. Sweet Chili Cauliflower Wings

Sweet Chili Cauliflower Wings

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These Sweet Chili Cauliflower Wings by Robin Browne are all things sweet and spice. They are breaded, loaded with flavor, and vegan to boot. The outside of the cauliflower is toasty, and the inside is soft and baked. And once the crispy cauliflower is topped with the sweet chili sauce, you’ll be smacking your lips and digging in for more.

10. Thai Peanut Cauliflower Wings

Thai Peanut Cauliflower Wings [Vegan]

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If you love fresh modern vegan eats or all things Thai, you’re going to love Gabrielle St. Claire‘s vegan oven-baked Thai Peanut Cauliflower Wings! There are so many perks to this recipe – quick and easy batter, crisp on the outside, they don’t get soggy, the sauce features staple ingredients, notes of sweet, notes of heat, it’s perf for any season, great for entertaining, can easily be made in bulk, can easily be made gluten-free, have aesthetic appeal with the toppings, and are such an affordable dish!

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