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Saturday, August 20, 2016

Defcon Buffalo Cauliflower

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Defcon Buffalo Cauliflower
As an avid fan of things hot and spicy, I recently made Defcon Buffalo Roasted Cauliflower. I had some Defcon Defense Condition #2 Wing Sauce in the fridge and used the remainder of the bottle to marinate cauliflower. The Defcon Defense Condition #2 is the medium heat product in the Defcon Wing Sauce line. The fuller flavors of the wing sauce are complimented with the heat of more cayenne than the Defcon Defense Condition #3. The Defcon Defense Condition #2 really brings up the heat and flavor a good notch. I used approximately 1/3 of a bottle (8 oz.) of Defcon Defense Condition #2 and added it to a zip lock bag with one head of cut up cauliflower. I let this marinade in the fridge a few hours to let the sauce sink into the cauliflower. Massage the bag thoroughly to get the sauce fully into the florets.

Defcon Defense Condition #2 Wing Sauce Medium Heat

After a few hours of marinating, remove from fridge and place on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. While you are prepping the cauliflower, heat oven to 400 degrees. Bake cauliflower for 10 minutes and flip cauliflower florets (large and medium size cuts work best) and bake the other side for an additional 10 minutes. Check cauliflower and if needed bake for 2-3 minutes more until done.

Defcon Buffalo Cauliflower
The finished result will be an excellent tasty appetizer or side dish that's a real crowd pleaser. This can be done with any of the Defcon Wing Sauces. Do not forget Defcon Sauces are great for cooking all types of food and veggies, not just chicken wings. Defcon make the best wing sauces in the USA. Highly Recommended.

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Check out wings I made with Defcon Defense Condition #2 Wing Sauce:
http://twofrys.blogspot.com/2016/04/defcon-defense-condition-2.html

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-Allen/Two Frys

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