Vegan Beer Batter Cauliflower Tacos that can be made in a skillet or in the oven.
I like how simple this recipe actually is!
Vegan Beer Batter Cauliflower Tacos
This is a recipe tacos made with cauliflower.
The cauliflower is tossed with a simple seasoned beer batter.
Did you try my recipe for Grilled Tofu Tacos?
That vegan taco recipe is made on a grill and features tofu.
This taco recipe is meant to be made indoors using a stove or an oven.
Confused about which vegan milk is the best to use in your recipe?
Here is what you need to know about choosing the right vegan milk..
You may be wondering what is the difference between batter and beer batter.
Or maybe you are asking why would you use beer in your batter.
To some folks, using beer in the batter sounds impressive or different.
However, there are reasons to use beer in the batter.
Adding beer to a batter recipe is done to add the wet ingredient needed for any batter recipe.
Beer also adds flavor.
People ask if is beer vegan.
Surprisingly, there is beer for sale that is not vegan diet friendly.
These beers may use ingredients in the brewing process that are animal biproducts.
How do you know if beer is vegan-friendly?
I always read the label first as it will probably say if it is a vegan friendly product.
Many of the more well-known beers in the world are indeed vegan too.
Tips for making vegan tacos.
Use a more flavorful beer if you want the taste of the beer to have an impact on your tacos.
I like a more of a dark beer for example.
Here are some more great tips for you.
- If your batter has trouble sticking to the cauliflower try adding a bit of vegan egg. A flaxseed egg substitute can be made using one tablespoon of flaxseed meal with three tablespoons of water (you may not need the entire flaxseed egg for this recipe.)
- Make this recipe low in carbohydrates by using a low carb flour rather than all purpose flour.
- Do you not want to use beer in your batter? Suitable alternatives to beer include apple cider vinegar or seltzer water. Alcohol free beer does not always do well in a better.
How to prepare cauliflower for this recipe.
To make this recipe you will need one head of cauliflower.
Choose an average sized cauliflower that has no spots on it and is also firm to the touch.
Break off the florets when your are ready to roast the cauliflower.
Rinse the cauliflower in cold water, I prefer to soak mine for a few minutes before rinsing.
Allow the cauliflower to drain and then use a paper towel or clean kitchen towel to pat the florets dry.
How to store leftover cauliflower tacos.
Store the leftover beer battered cauliflower in an airtight container or zip top bag.
If stored correctly in a refrigerator, it should keep for a few days.
By the way, while you are here you may also be interested in these ideas.
- Chipotle and Roasted Pepper Hummus
- Vegan Sweet Potato Chocolate Cake
- Easy Ginger Carrot Soup
- Vegan Rice Krispie Truffles
- Baked Eggplant Margherita
- Vegan Spinach and Artichoke Dip
- Easy Vegan Zucchini Muffins
- Sheet Pan Roasted Cauliflower with Gremolata
- Oven Roasted Buffalo Cauliflower
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About this recipe for vegan cauliflower tacos.
This is a simple recipe for making a beer battered taco with cauliflower.
To make this recipe you can use a skillet or make this in the oven.
Topping these tacos is easy.
Serve these tacos in tortillas or wratps.
You can top them with a coleslaw (Red Cabbage and Carrot Coleslaw (sub in maple syrup)), avocado, and vegetables of choice.
Ingredients needed to make beer battered cauliflower tacos.
- Cauliflower- 1 head, cleaned and broken into florets.
- Flour- 1 cup. All purpose or alternative.
- Seasonings- 3 teaspoons total. Curry and paprika. Feel free to use other seasonings as desired. This can include Italian Seasonings, Mediterranean Diet Seasoning Blend, Greek Seasoning Blend, Salt, and/or Pepper.
- Beer- 12 ounces (or a cup and a half).
- Optional- oil for the stove top option. Make sure that you are using a vegan oil that can be used for frying.
How to make Vegan Beer Batter Cauliflower Tacos.
- Prepare the cauliflower as indicated above. Allow the cauliflower to dry if it is not dry.
- In a shallow bowl, use a fork to blend together the flour and seasonings. Stir in the beer to form a ‘wet’ batter (not runny).
- To coat the cauliflower, simply dredge it through the batter. Use a fork to hold the cauliflower and then a teaspoon to coat it as needed with batter.
- Skillet stove top method: in a medium sized skillet, heat enough oil to fry with (about ½ cup depending on the size of your skillet). Heat the oil on medium heat until warm enough to fry with (about 350 degrees). Fry each piece of cauliflower until browned on each side (2 ½-3 minutes or so per side). Then transfer the fried cauliflower to a large dish lined with clean paper towels to cool.
- Oven method: line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper. Preheat the oven to 450. Bake for 20-25 minutes until golden, flipping the cauliflower after ten minutes.
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Vegan Beer Batter Cauliflower Tacos, a tasty recipe for tacos featuring cauliflower tossed in a batter made with dark beer.
Vegan Beer Batter Cauliflower Tacos
- 1 Cauliflower
- 1 cup Flour
- 3 tsp Seasonings
- 12 oz Beer
- Prepare the cauliflower as indicated above. Allow the cauliflower to dry if it is not dry. In a shallow bowl, use a fork to blend together the flour and seasonings. Stir in the beer to form a ‘wet’ batter (not runny). To coat the cauliflower, simply dredge it through the batter. Use a fork to hold the cauliflower and then a teaspoon to coat it as needed with batter.
- Skillet stove top method: in a medium sized skillet, heat enough oil to fry with (about ½ cup depending on the size of your skillet) on medium heat until warm enough to fry (about 350 degrees). Fry each piece of cauliflower until browned on each side (2 ½-3 minutes or so per side). Then transfer the fried cauliflower to a large dish lined with clean paper towels to cool. Oven method: line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper. Preheat the oven to 450. Bake for 20-25 minutes until golden, flipping the cauliflower after ten minutes.
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