48 Reviews

Delicious, and easy. Try them with ranch dressing. I cooked them in a T-Fal deep fryer at 350 degrees.

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HMS June 17, 2002

I agree with everything she said. They are easy and to die for. One of my guests said that I had made too much food and she could have made a meal off of these. They were light and tender. Great recipe, I will make these again, and again.

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Mysterygirl April 09, 2002

Wow, really yummy!!! I am going to try it with other veggies too!

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kitina May 14, 2002

These were really yummy...however I baked them in a 425 degree oven for about 12 min and they were quite tasty (my parents are on a diet, fried foods are supposed to be out of it), but these were still great, and I felt good getting in some more veggies!!!

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Katrina February 18, 2004

I loved this! Always like finding recipes that are able to sneak in a bit more nutrition but still taste as yummy as the original recipe. I used my food processor to very finely chop up my cauliflower and onion. Used extra sharp cheddar, added some garlic powder and tabasco also. Let sit in fridge for may 20 minutes before cooking in my little Fry Daddy. Cooked up light and fluffy, no one in my family knew there was cauliflower in the recipe till after dinner when I told them! A keeper for us, thanks for posting.

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GIBride01 November 01, 2011

These were a huge hit. I had leftover fried onions from a previous recipe, so used 1/2 cup of them instead of raw onion. I fried half of the batter the first day and fried the other half the second day. The second day turned out just as delicious. Leftovers reheated beautifully on the third day @ 425 degrees for 15 minutes in the oven. This would be a good make ahead appetizer recipe and then just reheat when guests arrive.

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luvmybge November 09, 2011

Outstanding! And what a great way to "hide" the veggies! I fried some and baked some, just to test the difference, and they were both terrific. I think I liked the fried better, but the baked are probably healthier. I followed the advice of others and chopped the cauliflower really small, and I LOVED them!! Even shared one with a co-worker the next day at lunch I was so impressed! Thanks, SaraFish!

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MacMama63 April 14, 2009

Wow, this was surprisingly yummy! I had no onions so used dried onion flakes and added some italian herbs and garlic powder. I used 2.5 ounces of cheddar cheese (easier to measure that way) and baked them in the oven. I would definitely make these again for an easy and yummy treat.

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muyfeliz October 19, 2011

Working with what I had on hand, I subbed the egg for some Egg Beaters, olive oil for butter, and threw in some sage, thyme, and mustard powder with a dash of cayenne for kick since most of the reviewers recommended some spices. Some Dried English Mustard would also give it a great flavor as it matches beautifully with cauliflower. I used sharp cheddar cheese. So delish!

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the80srule February 24, 2010

These were pretty good. There was something about the flavor that I wasn't 100% satisfied with, but I'm not sure what it was. I would definitely try these again, maybe with a different vegetable. One warning--I made the first batch too large and they didn't cook all the way through.

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tara_richmond April 20, 2009
Cauliflower Cheddar Fritters