Are you here for the Buffalo Cauliflower Wrap or the Surprise Sauce?
If it were me, I've got the inside scoop, say you're here for the sauce. So what is it? The sauce is a Vegan Blue Cheese and it will fool anyone into believing it's the real deal. It fooled my family. I secretly have a mad sauce crush going. I really wanted to include the word Vegan in the title but I didn't want to scare anyone away. The sauce is super delicious and dairy free.
Why go without when you don't really have to and these wraps are good BUT with the sauce, they're better. There I said it. It's true though.
I wouldn't eat a chicken wrap without blue cheese dressing, so for me, I won't eat the spicy cauliflower florets without the sauce.
They're married! Like Lucy and Ricardo. Eric and Arial. I am running out of redheads...LOL
My poor daughter Rye is my taste tester for almost everything. It's not uncommon for me to yell for her to come and try something upstairs. She never balks or says no--hey, there is food after all--and I sure appreciate that. I value her opinion when it comes to honesty and I want an honest response to, "does it taste okay?" My family's favorite response is, "it has an oaky, nutty, buttery flavor." They heard this on a cooking show and use it ALLLLLL the time.
My kids eat a lot of new things, sometimes the same thing over and over until we get it just right, and I have learned that kids give great feedback when it comes to food. Mine have no problem telling me "yay" or "nay" on something. I appreciate that they feel comfortable in our home to be honest, even when they are critiquing their Mom's food. That must be some damn good parenting right there--said with a bit of sarcasm and truth.
This dish was an unanimous YAY. I have to really work my mouth to say that last sentence. I shall never use that combination of words again--an unanimous. Say that ten times fast.
Buffalo Cauliflower Wraps with a Vegan Bleu Cheese
One head makes enough for 5-6 wraps, depends on how full your wraps are.
This recipe is two fold: baked cauliflower florets and the blue cheese sauce
For the Buffalo Cauliflower you will need this:
1 head of cauliflower diced in to large pieces
Your favorite hot sauce, I use Franks
1 tablespoon Ghee or oil
Vegan Blue Cheese:
3/4 cup vegannaise (like mayonnaise but without egg)
1 teaspoon fresh Italian parsley, minced
1 teaspoon garlic, fresh and minced
2 tablespoons minced onion
2 caps of apple cider vinegar
1 good squeeze of lemon
*optional: this is not vegan, but if that is not a concern for you and you just want dairy free, then add a bit of Worcestershire sauce.
1/4 cup crumbled firm tofu (strain or squeeze out excess water)
1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Add cauliflower to pan and drizzle with oil or ghee. Bake for 15 minutes. Remove and cover in Franks. Return to oven and bake until tender or to your liking. Some people like a firmer piece to add texture to each bite.
2. While cauliflower is baking make your sauce. Add all of the ingredients and stir.
3. Fill each wrap with lettuce and spicey cauliflower. Add the Vegan Blue Cheese and serve.
4. Store all left overs in the refrigerator for 3-5 days. Sauce may last longer.