Welcome to my Airfryer honey glazed cauliflower bites recipe.
I must admit until 2015 I had never tried honey. It always looked rather horrible in the jar and it was something that I just didn’t fancy having in my food.
When we moved into our house in March last year we received a large jar of honey from the elderly lady next door. She was a lovely lady and so pleased that a family had moved in next door to her. She doesn’t speak a word of English so it can be rather fun communicating with her.
Well she got me this honey and Dominic said it would be great to try it as he hadn’t had any since he was little and it is very popular among the Portuguese and as they have a healthy lifestyle why not give it a go?
Well I did and I fell in love with honey for the first time in my life. I was experimenting with it all the time and when I discovered Paleo later on in 2015 it became used more and more. Though it was like something was missing from my life when I took part in the Whole 30 challenge!
Now we get through a large jar of honey every month and even took our favourite honey with us to Spain when we went on holiday a couple of months ago.
But I think with every bit of flavouring that you add to your food that you can sometimes end up in a routine and become rather boring. I will have the honey on my ham or pork, as a sugar substitute in baking, as part of my salad dressing and in my oriental sauces. But as I always want to use it more so I experimented and this is the recipe you are looking at now.
It’s really easy to make and great for when you have little bits of cauliflower leftover in the bottom of your fridge and you want to bring them to life. You could have this as a quick snack or even as a meal!
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Airfryer Honey Glazed Cauliflower Bites
- Chop your cauliflower up into small florets so that it will cook quickly and preheat your Airfryer to 180c.
- In a bowl mix your oats, flour and coconut. Add the salt and pepper and put to one side. In another bowl have your beaten egg.
- Season your cauliflower in mixed herbs and salt and pepper. Roll the cauliflower in the eggs followed by the oats mixture. Place in the Airfryer and cook on 180c for 15 minutes.
- While it is cooking in a large mixing bowl mix together the rest of your ingredients with a tablespoon.
- When the Airfryer is done take the cauliflower out and throw it all in the mixing bowl with your sticky substance. Using tongs (as the cauliflower will be hot) mix it around really well so that all the cauliflower is nicely coated.
- Place back in the Airfryer (either on a baking mat or in a dish) the cauliflower and cook for a further 5 minutes at 180c.
- Serve on a bed of lettuce.