But before starting with the recipe, let me explain this brief parenthesis that we have had, because it has undoubtedly meant a series of improvements for the blog. After a long time waiting, we finally have a computer that works as God intended and with a large screen, all designed to optimize our photography and video work for the blog. And this leads us to the second novelty, and that is that We have a new website! Although we really liked the previous version, we saw that some things could be improved, so we have decided to change the template to fit much more to the style of the blog. Especially, we have improved the recipe index. Now it will be much easier for you to find all the recipes on the blog. We hope  you like it!

What do you think? I find this recipe especially cool because cauliflower is not very popular in our times, and it’s a shame because it’s delicious and many original recipes can be prepared with it. For example, do you remember the cauliflower brandade that I made to fill these mini-napolitanas? So these snacks are perfect for showing the world how cool and cool cauliflower is.

  • 350 gr. of cauliflower
  • 210 ml. of water
  • 125 gr. of flour
  • 120 gr. of ketchup
  • 2 cc of apple concentrate (or any syrup)
  • 1 cc of paprika
  • 1 cc of oregano
  • ½ cc of cayenne mill
  • ½ white pepper
  1. Preheat the oven to 230º.
  2. Cut the cauliflower into small pieces, trying to keep the flowers whole. The size of the cauliflower pieces should be adequate to eat in one bite.
  3. In a bowl, mix the water and flour and coat the cauliflower pieces. Remove excess batter by passing the cauliflower pieces through a strainer. Arrange the battered cauliflower in a baking dish or tray previously greased with a little oil.
  4. When the oven is hot, bake the battered cauliflower pieces for 20 minutes.
  5. Meanwhile, we prepare our barbecue sauce. Add the apple concentrate, paprika from Vera, oregano, cayenne and white pepper to the ketchup.
  6. When the 20 minutes of baking have passed, remove the cauliflower from the oven, paint it with our barbecue sauce and let it bake for 10 more minutes.
  7. Let the cauliflower cool before serving.
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