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Cauliflower rice

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BotoxBitch Thu 16-Apr-15 23:13:28

Can anyone tell me how to make cauliflower rice?

blessedenough Thu 16-Apr-15 23:17:24

I blitz it in my food processor using the grating blade, then cover with clingfilm (poke a hole in it) and nuke in microwave for 6-7 mins. I dont miss rice at all. I cook it like this and then stir fry it for egg fried rice - yum

BIWI Sat 18-Apr-15 18:49:57

I blitz it in the processor until it looks like couscous, then I add it to a large wok, in which I've already stir-fried shallots, garlic and chilli.

Fry (with plenty of coconut oil) for about 5-6 minutes till it's cooked.

You can add all kinds of other ingredients like left over cooked chicken, sliced peppers, a few peas (not too many as they get carby quickly), etc.

Sometimes I also add an egg and scramble it at the bottom of the wok, then stir it through the cauliflower so it's like egg fried rice.

BotoxBitch Sun 19-Apr-15 12:04:23

This has been great this weekend. Had what turned out like a paella dish on Friday then a curry last night. Really enjoyed it. Used the nutribullet to blast the cauliflower. Worked out great. Thanks

AmelieinOz Thu 04-Jun-15 21:23:22

I don't have food processor or nutribullet so I just use a cheese grater. Comes out fine.

SillyBub Thu 04-Jun-15 21:26:31

I use the blade on my food processor to make it like cous cous and then microwave it in a suitable container for 2½ minutes.

grumpyoldlady Sun 05-Jul-15 00:50:05

Made kedgeree tonight...pulse cauliflower in hand blender cup until it looks like rice/couscous.
Hardboil 2/3 eggs. Afetr a couple of minutes I dropped a couple of pieces of smoked haddock into the eggs to poach at the same time.
In a wok or large pan, saute chopped onion in about 100g of butter, then add in the cauli and curry powder to taste. Cook for a couple of mins to soften cauliflower. Flake the fish and chop the eggs. Add to the pan, with a handful of chopped spring onions/asparagus/peas for colour.
Turned out great!, we cleared the plates and I will definitely make it again.

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