OMG... so good that I'm munching on it now and didn't want to wait to review. I made some changes based on what I had, but followed the directions to boil, then cook a second time. I had Old Bay, but not a thing of crab boil, so I used that in the water, then rinsed the excess off after the cauliflower sat a few minutes in the water. I had a very small head of cauliflower that probably should have boiled less time. I then changed the directions so I could bake this rather than fry. I preheated the convection oven to 425', then did the egg/lemon wash, and breaded in cajun seasoned panko. Drizzled melted coconut oil over the whole thing, then baked 15 minutes, flipped them, and baked about 5 more. Crispy, spicy, and delish! I'm already putting cauliflower on the shopping list so I can make this again, but will get the crab boil to see how different it tastes. Thanks for sharing!
We liked these very much. I made these to go with french dip sandwiches and they were a hit. I followed the directions exactly and we lovedit. The instructions were very user friendly. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe with us.
OMG I feel guilty now, but not at the time I was enjoying this. Pulled the old fry daddy out for this one. Loved it. Loved the crunchy coating. I made as directed except used broccoflower, which is very good. I used the cajun seasoning. Wonderful and not too spicy.
Sis and I made this together. We used the Emeril's Essence. The aroma is wonderful while this is cooking. Crisp outside, tender inside, we both LOVED the flavor. I asked her to rate 1 to 5 and she said 6. I agree. This is definitely a keeper and thank you for posting!