I like vegetables and all, but let's face it: the more they taste like meat, the better.
And when it comes to chicken wings it is the hand-to-heaven truth that they are basically just a vehicle for delicious hot sauce and blue cheese to make it into your belly.
Anytime you can get a healthy food to taste like a not-so-healthy food, you're winning. Enter cauliflower that taste like chicken wings. Even better than wings, I'd argue; there are no pesky bones or weird veins snapping back at you and no one's dying from salmonella if you don't cook it properly. Plus, cruciferous veggies are super nutritious and healthy and blah blah blah let's get to the good stuff.
In large bowl, combine hot sauce, oil, and butter.
Toss dry cauliflower florets with sauce.
On parchment lined baking sheet, spread sauced cauliflower florets evenly.
Roast at 350 for 15 minutes, checking often. I find cauliflower to sometimes cook very quickly, other times, notsomuch. Turn and dribble with additional sauce if desired.
Continue roasting until cauliflower is caramelized and cooked through - probably like another 15 minutes.
Serve drizzled with blue cheese sauce (recipe below) or on side for dipping.
Combine in a blender, or by using immersion wand, or two sticks you pulled off a tree if you are camping - the following: