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!
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! 😉
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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!
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!
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!