Community Request – Lets brainstorm all the different ways we can prepare riced cauliflower!

I’ll start

**Asian style fried “Rice”**:

1. Put your riced cauli in a pan on med-high heat with salted butter

2. Stir in diced onions and season it well with salt & pepper

3. Add half cup (fist full) of thinly sliced baby or regular carrots

4. Sprinkle half cup of baby peas throughout the dish, and continue to stir it all

5. Chop & stir in 2 cloves of garlic

*(for the sauce the measurements are loose)*

1. About half cup of Braggs liquid aminos (soy sauce replacement)
2. a few dashes of sesame oil to taste (adds that signature asian flavor, a little goes a long way)
3. about an equal amount of white wine vinegar as you did with the sesame oil
4. add 2 packs of stevia (i use truvia) for sweetness
5. For the heat, add 1 tbsp of garlic chili paste (2 tbsp, if you like a lot of heat. A little goes a long way. Omit this step entirely if you only want sweet flavors.)
6. 3 to 4 tbsp of low carb heinz ketchup.

Mix all of this together to create your sauce, then pour into your rice, and mix well. Any meat that you add to this will take on the flavors of the sauce.

Optional: For an orange flavor, you can stir in 2 squeezes of orange crush water enhancer to your sauce before putting it into the dish (again a little goes a long way). Adds a nice Orange flavor for chicken that you might add.

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  • Posted: September 14, 2018 10:00


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  • Posted: September 14, 2018 10:00


    My favorite is "Mexican" style. Cook a bit of onion with the cauliflower in a skillet until tender, just cover cauliflower rice with chicken broth/stock and add tomato sauce and salt to taste. Cook until liquid is absorbed. Makes a great base for any meat, add some peppers, avocado/guacamole, cilantro, sour cream on top and call it dinner. Or lunch. Or breakfast, whatever you like.
  • Posted: September 14, 2018 10:00


    Nuke stick cauliflower rice in a bowl, for 3-4 mins on high then leave it for a min to steam out the rest of the liquid. I like to then throw some Worcestershire over them and shake. Roast Pour olive oil in a tray, then spread cauliflower rice on the tray then roast at 200C for 12-15 minutes, mixing it in the tray halfway through cooking. This dried the rice out nice.
  • Posted: September 14, 2018 10:00


    Throw it in the garbage and eat meat