Well, these are in the pan as I type this. After reading all the reviews, I have decided to add a bit more flavor by adding 1/2 small shallot very finely chopped and extra black and hot pepper (. (Next time I'll just try some onion powder to see how that is. As advised, I squeezed as much water out of the cauliflower as I could before I added all the other ingredients. I placed mounds in a non-stick pan and then just pushed the edges in and flattened them a bit with a spatula.....(PAUSE FOR TASTE TEST HERE).....Very nice, held together, crispy, golden and very yummy. I will be serving these with a dollop of plain yogurt, a few green onions and bacon bits........mmm! for me its a keeper....(*.*)
I finally made a batch of these tonite. I used quinoa in place of panko (not knowing what it is and never having used quinoa before) and followed as per recipe.<br/>I sprayed egg rings to make it easier handling and just grilled under the griller for 5-6 mins. Presto! perfect shape. <br/>A little bland so I am thinking a little curry next time. Kids loved them and I am thinking school lunch boxes....
This was sooo good I couldn't believe it. No need for more this or that, the only tip I may add is when you drain the cauliflower, squeeze out all the water in a towel or in your hands. Mine also was very hard to handle and broke apart, but, as in potato pancakes you have to squeeze out the water.
I had to mix flour and more panko and more seasoning. The patties fell apart per the written recipe. I cooked the mix in greased muffin pans. I added more cheese and crumbled bacon on the tops after baking. Let set 5 to 7 min before serving. Thanks for posting the basic.<br/>1/2 large cauliflower with the addition of stated ingredients fills 8 reg muffin cups 3/4 full.
This is the basic recipe I was looking for. I used regular flour instead of Panko because I didn't have any, and a hotter pepper powder and salt, but the rest was as written. I think the flour actually helped the patties stay together well, it was not a problem. The flavor was nice, if a little bland even with the hotter pepper. Next time I might try some ranch dressing powder. The whole family loved them as is though. Thanks for sharing!
These were easy to make, but just a bit difficult to work with. I made these as written. I got rid of all extra moisture from the cooked, drained cauliflower before mashing it. The patties were hard to keep together. I found that the smaller you make the patties, the better. They were a little bit bland as well. Perhaps with an extra egg, and some more herba and spices, these would work better for me. Thanx for posting!