These vegan cauliflower hot wings with vegan aioli are the perfect comfort food! It’s almost a bit creepy how close they are to the real thing! They’re so tangy, spicy, and incredibly comforting. And they’re also a lot healthier than chicken wings! Oh, and they’re just in time for football season!
I’ve wanted to try vegan cauliflower wings for sooo long. But somehow I never got around to actually making them. There are just waaay too many vegan things to try. And some people say vegan food is boring and restrictive. Well, not really! On the contrary, I’m always amazed what you can do with food. Like making vegan jackfruit pulled pork or vegan cheese sauce with cashews. I didn’t really like cooking before I became vegan or at least I wasn’t really into it. But when I became vegan, I was so eager to try all these new things and I absolutely fell in love with cooking and food! It’s one of my greatest passions.
But back to the cauliflower hot wings!
Cauliflower Hot Wings – What You’ll Need
You don’t need any fancy ingredients to make these vegan cauliflower wings. Just very basic ingredients you’ll likely find in any regular grocery store.
- 1 head if cauliflower
- chickpea flour or regular all-purpose flour
- unsweetened plant-based milk (almond or soy)
- garlic powder
- paprika powder
- spicy BBQ sauce
- panko breadcrumbs (omit for a gluten-free version)
- salt and pepper
- sriracha sauce (optional)
As always, you can find the full ingredient list and detailed instructions in a separate recipe box underneath the text section. Just scroll down a bit.
We ate the vegan cauliflower hot wings with vegan aioli, which I absolutely love. We used a store-bought vegan aioli (from Byodo). But if you can’t get hold of it, you can also make it yourself by blending vegan mayonnaise with garlic. Or enjoy these vegan chicken wings with ranch sauce. I also love eating them in pitas with lettuce, tomatoes, and avocado. So yummy!
I used chickpea flour, which makes the cauliflower wings gluten-free. But you could also use all-purpose flour if that’s easier for you.
I hope you like this recipe for cauliflower hot wings as much as we do around here! They’re a real crowd pleaser!
Have a great Sunday, everyone!
Sina – xx