These tasty little cauliflower fritters make a lovely quick vegan lunch. Cauliflower is in season now so it’s a great time to give them a try.
Perfect with a cool refreshing mint raita and a lovely little fiery dip chilli dipping sauce. A simple side salad of peppery watercress and radish just complete the meal.
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For the Cauliflower fritters
- 6 florets of cauliflower - broken into small pieces.
- 120g gram flour
- 1tsp ground turmeric
- 1tsp ground coriander
- 1/2tsp chilli powder
- 150ml water
- pinch salt
- 6 spring onions finely sliced
- handful of coriander roughly chopped
- Sunflower oil to fry
For the mint raita
- 1/2 cucumber cut into quarters lengthways and sliced thinly
- small handful of mint leaves - roughly chopped
- 4 tbs vegan yogurt
- salt & pepper
- Bring a pan of water to the boil - throw in the broken cauliflower florets and boil for just 5 minutes - then drain and rinse under cold water to quickly cool.
- In a mixing bowl add the gram flour, spices, salt and pepper and mix.
- Tip in the sliced spring onions and cauliflower pieces and stir well.
- Slowly pour in the cold water and mix into a batter.
- To - heat at least 1cm deep of sunflower oil in a frying pan wait until it’s really hot and then drop in spoonfuls of batter - cook for a few minutes and once set flip over and cook for 3-4 minutes on the other side. Remove and drain on kitchen paper to soak up some of the oil. You’ll need to cook the fritters in 3-4 batches.
- Whilst the fritters are cooking - mix together the cucumber, mint and yogurt and season with salt and pepper.
Plate it up to share - sharing is nice! Pile up your fritters, add your raita, try out some chilli dipping sauce - Dip and enjoy.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 1009Total Fat: 33gSaturated Fat: 4gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 25gCholesterol: 2mgSodium: 682mgCarbohydrates: 155gFiber: 63gSugar: 47gProtein: 54g
Nutritional content will vary depending on the exact ingredients you use and how careful you are with measuring - this nutritional information is given as a general guide only and may not be accurate - you should always calculate your own nutritional information especially if you have specific dietary requirements.