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Honey Garlic Cauliflower | Restaurant style Indo-Chinese starter



Honey Garlic Cauliflower – a crispy fried cauliflower coated with sweet and savoury honey garlic sauce. This Indo-Chinese starter makes a perfect appetiser for parties, game days, potlucks and any gatherings. A perfect side for fried rice and noodles.

Full Recipe: https://www.flavourstreat.com/honey-garlic-cauliflower

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48 Comments

  1. Is the sauce salt-free? I've recently been diagnosed with peripheral neuropathy and have to be on a low-sodium diet and can't eat real food and this looks good.

  2. I made this just now and I couldnt believe how tasty it was!!! 😱😱😱😱Thanks a lot for the recipe!!

  3. What a deceiving title
    It's cauliflower Manchurian with honey added
    U can say make Manchurian n add honey also
    Cheaters

  4. I dont really Iike chilli. This looks delicious though, can anyone suggest a substitute fir the chilli? Thanks in advance

  5. Going to try this over the weekend, will do some pork and chicken at the same time for a comparison.

  6. At 0:46 you said "1.5 tablespoon of corn flour" do you mean corn meal or corn starch? Then at 3:14 you said "1/2 teaspoon of corn flour" again. Please clarify what your "corn flour" is for someone in the USA.

  7. Okay, I don't know if there is a difference in cup sizes or other measurements, but I made the batter using the exact same measurements given here and it was very, very thin, and didn't stick to the cauliflower. I needed to make it thicker by adding more flour. Even then I don't think I added enough.

  8. I believe one of those last ingredients to the sauce was corn starch not corn flour. This looks good can’t wait to try it.Thank you for the post , I’m subscribing.