How to Make Cauliflower Rice Without a Food Processor

How to Make Cauliflower Rice Without A Food Processor | Add A Little

As this was the most popular post of 2014, I decided to reshoot and re film the tutorial for how to make cauliflower rice!

When i first came across this glorious side dish, all the tutorials contained a food processor, which was a bummer for me since I didn’t have one! Since then, I’ve experimented many ways of how to create the perfect rice like consistency without one and here I show you 2 of my favourites!

How to Make Cauliflower Rice Without A Food Processor | Add A Little

My favourite way to serve this is in the form of fried rice – you’ll find that it’s a great way to sneak veggies into kids! 😉

Oh, and have you seen?! I’ve now got bloglovin‘ – check out the link on my sidebar! 🙂

Cauliflower Rice vegan, gluten free, dairy free

This is a super easy side dish or main dish to make – only full of good stuff and great if you’re feeling something light! You can also eat this raw, which I’m sure would be lovely in the summer months!

Method 1

Cauliflower florets
Box grater

Grate the cauliflower florets on the grater and it will produce a fine consistency.

One thing that should be noted with this method is it’s slightly tricky to grate the stalks to be careful of your fingers!

Method 2

Cauliflower florets
Blender (I use a nutribullet)

Put small chunks of cauliflower into the blender and pulse it a few times.

This method may yield to a slightly more wet ‘rice’ so I would recommend sautéing if you choose to make it this way.
I sauté by adding some extra virgin olive oil or coconut oil to a pan and season with salt then serve when it starts to brown!

How to Make Cauliflower Rice Without A Food Processor | Add A Little

Advertisements

13 thoughts on “How to Make Cauliflower Rice Without a Food Processor

  1. This is perfect, since I don’t have a food processor, but I have both a nutri bullet and box grater! With the nutri bullet, did you use the blade meant to mill dry ingredients, or the 4-sided one for wet ingredients? Thanks!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s