These came out great but a lot of work (I thought). I did spice them up with additional ingredients: smoked paprika, cajun seasoning, cayenne, garlic & onion powder and a pinch of italian seasoning. I substituted 4 Tbsp. Whole wheat flour and 1 Tbsp of Teff Flour to add Fiber. I made the whites come to room temp and beat them with electric mixer until stiff peaks formed. Followed recipe as stated. Make nice appetizers. No need for ketchup with all the flavor I added. Nobody loves ketchup more than me but it really didn't need it. Next time I am going to spread it in a pan coated with butter pam, sprinkle with panko, add combined chilled cauliflower mixture and add panko crumbs on top, spray with butter pam and bake. This will save me some work :)
These are outstanding! Made them GF and three of us ate the entire batch in one sitting. I'm going to make a couple of batches to keep in the freezer so I can bake some whenever I want them.
I used ground flax meal to make this a lower carb dish. 1 tablespoon of flax meal is 0.1 gram effective (net) carbs.
This recipe was very good. They staed together well and were tasty.
Excellent These aren't quite the tater tots of my youth, but there were really tasty, and excellent with a sandwich for a light dinner. I must have cut them really small because I got well over 50 of them, which was fine with me - more crunch-to-softness and more to a serving. Easy to make, too - I made them in the morning, popped them in the freezer and then baked them for dinner. I did toast the panko first - that way the crumbs are brown and even crunchier. Pros: Easy to make, very kid-friendly Cons: You really do need ketchup or a dipping sauce of some kind