cauliflower rice

Cauliflower Rice

I mentioned in my Stuffed Peppers post the other day that I would give you all the recipe for my Cauliflower “Rice.”   Around here, we call it Cauli Rice, and I’m super happy that my husband and children like to eat it as much as I do.  Cauli Rice is a tasty, nutritious, grain-free, alternative to white rice for those of us that follow a Primal or Paleo eating plan.  Works for the Atkins people too.

I’ve been making Cauliflower Rice for a while now.  I found out about it on a Yahoo Low Carb Group and posted my own recipe for Mexican Chicken and “Rice” back then.  My friend Kalyn over at Kalyn’s Kitchen has a fabulous looking recipe for “Cauliflower Rice” with Fried Onions and Sumac.  I actually like her post better than mine because she has tons of photos and how to tips along with her recipe, so head on over and check it out!

Print Recipe
Cauliflower Rice
Serves:
Ingredients
  • 4 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 medium onion, diced
  • 1 cup celery, finely diced
  • 1 head cauliflower, trimmed and coarsely chopped
  • ¼ teaspoon celtic sea salt
Instructions
  1. In a large 9 inch skillet, heat olive oil over medium heat
  2. Saute onion over medium heat for 10 minutes, until soft
  3. Add celery to skillet and sauté for 5 minutes
  4. Meanwhile, place cauliflower in a food processor with the "S" blade and process until the texture of rice
  5. Add cauliflower to skillet, cover and cook 5-10 minutes, until soft, then add salt

It’s hard to believe that The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook has been out for more than a year now! I’ve been reading through a lot of the reviews on Amazon and wanted to give thanks and highlight this review from Madeleine of Paris, France:

For people with celiac disease, baking is not always easy, results often not too pleasing and very often not too healthy either. This book addresses these 3 problems in a magnificent way. The recipes are super easy, the results absolutely delicious and the nutritional value outstanding. I reach for Elana’s recipes again and again. Friends and family prefer ‘her food’ over regular stuff. If you have never cooked before and don’t know where to begin, this book is a great place to start. For more experienced cooks, the book has a lot to offer as well: a lot of recipes for pie crusts, pizzas, breads etc etc that spark your own imagination and creativity. Do your family, your palate and your health a favour and buy this lovely book!

Wow. Thank you Madeleine for your complimentary words and favorable review!  I greatly appreciate it.

Comments

  1. motif88keys says

    Can you please post the nutritional information regarding the cauliflower rice dish? I’m interested in calories, carbs (net carbs), fiber, fat, protein, and sodium. Thank you.

  2. Sherry says

    I am so happy to see that I can have a form of rice and really enjoy it. I am a type 1 Diabetic so this will fit beautifully in my recipe shuffle. I will try it very soon. Thank you for your help.

  3. Patti Styn says

    Can I freeze the cauliflower after putting it in food processor to make it quicker to make the recipe?

  4. Charlie Narasi says

    To give a little more flavor, I would suggest adding fresh juice of one lime,
    a teaspoon of grated fresh ginger and garnish with chopped cilantro.

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