Tried a cauliflower-sushi recipe from an instagram video 3.5/5 stars – curious if anyone has tried something similar (recipe in comments)

Tried a cauliflower-sushi recipe from an instagram video 3.5/5 stars – curious if anyone has tried something similar (recipe in comments)

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  • Posted: October 14, 2018 03:00

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  • Posted: October 14, 2018 03:00

    FakeVivisectionist

    I treat my cauliflower totally different, which makes the flavor really neutral! I get a non-stick pan very hot, and dump my riced cauliflower into it, stirring rapidly. My goal is just to get some of the moisture evaporated, but keep it moving so it doesn't get soggy. Once most of the moisture is gone, I sprinkle with a tablespoon of low carb soy sauce and stir some more, then dump it on a cookie sheet and let it evaporate for a few more minutes while I get the rest of my ingredients together. Once it's barely warm, I mix in the cream cheese, just enough to bind it together. It's still not rice, but it also doesn't have any cauliflower flavor either, and it's firm with a bit of bite to it.
  • Posted: October 14, 2018 03:00

    caturdaymews

    For the rice: 1 steamed bag cauliflower 2 ounces cream cheese Cilantro to taste Salt Pepper Tamari Rice vinegar Wasabi paste to taste Steam rice, let cool, pat dry. Mix in all other ingredients until well blended. Assemble sushi roll with nori on the exterior, add rice mixture, fill with desired sushi fillings ( tuna, avocado, cucumber) Roll, cut, top with spicy mayo, enjoy. https://www.instagram.com/p/BoXLxk8g4zi/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=y9d39y0256i7 If I did this again I would likely steam the cauliflower rice, spread on a baking sheet, and cook at a low temp in the oven to try and dry it out a bit more. It was okay and likely could be improved upon.
  • Posted: October 14, 2018 03:00

    SaltyEvenStevens

    I made sushie using long thinly sliced cucumber to wrap instead of nori sheets. I wrapped them around a fresh cut up piece of tuna with avocado (added some spices to it: salt, pepper, and korean red pepper flakes) and some small bits of cream cheese. It was delicious. It was a spur of the moment idea and I used what I had... it was a bit random but worked out really well.
  • Posted: October 14, 2018 03:00

    DesertSlacker

    Would be curious how it would turn out using miracle rice. I have been wanting to try this recipe. https://completelyketo.com/harlan-kilsteins-completely-keto-spicy-tuna-bomb/