Coliflor Rebozada

Coliflor Rebozada is a Spanish dish categorized as a light tapa or side dish which is made out of cauliflower florets dipped in a egg and dusted with a light batter made out of seasoned flour.  I first tried this in when I was still studying at the university and this was served on our canteen, on my first bite I did not even thought it was made out of cauliflower only as its is so delicious and feel like I am eating some sort of nuggets having said that I can attest that this dish definitely would please even those who hate vegetables, I guess at this moment I agree that all deep fried food are delicious :)

Coliflor Rebozada
 
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Serves: 3
Ingredients
  • 1 head cauliflower, cleaned and cut into florets
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 cup flour
  • oil
  • garlic salt
  • freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 cup aioli
Instructions
  1. Place florets in a steamer and steam cauliflower for 10 minutes or until it’s just cooked but not soft. Remove from steamer then set aside and let it drain its excess water.
  2. Prepare a deep fryer or a wok filled with oil, heat it to 180C.
  3. Place eggs in a bowl then lightly beat them. Season it with garlic salt and freshly ground black pepper.
  4. In another container that you can cover add flour and season it as well with garlic salt and freshly ground black pepper.
  5. Dip the florets on the beaten eggs then place them in the container with flour. Do it with the rest. Cover the flour container and lightly shake it to cover cauliflower with the flour mixture.
  6. Gently drop florets into the hot oil and cook for 30 seconds or until its light brown and looks crispy.
  7. Remove from oil, place in paper towel lined plates to remove excess oil.
  8. Transfer to a clean dish and serve with aioli as dip.

 

Coliflor Rebozada Wide

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8 Responses

  1. Joan says:

    These look wonderful. There is nothing better than a healthy, attractive snack.Do you deliver :)

  2. I know it’s not healthy but seriously, if someone says, “let’s fry vegetables,” I’m in. This cauliflower looks fantastic!

  3. Not only my mouth is watering, my eyes went a little watery too. This was my grandma’s favourite and I hadn’t even thought of making it myself, thank you very much for posting and making me remember about it!

  4. Hi Raymund, yes all fried food is yummy ;) The cauliflower looks delicious!

  5. I love tapas or anything as yummy, fried!

  6. Amanda says:

    Yum. I have 3 heads of purple, green and yellow colifor en mi cocina ahora. Perhaps I’ll make this.

  7. mjskit says:

    What a great little snack! I’m really not much of a cauliflower fan but I do love it fried and this light batter looks great!

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