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    Glorious Caulifower Rice

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    I never in a million years thought I could give up rice. Love the stuff. When I was a malnourished teen it was all I ate. Love. Love. Love rice.

    I've made two of our favorite dishes that usually include rice, but I used cauliflower instead. Didn't even miss the rice. Very satisfying meal.

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    mmmmm .... cauliflower rice.
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    Just tried making cauliflower fried rice.... wish I hadn't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davem View Post
    Just tried making cauliflower fried rice.... wish I hadn't.
    @Davem, What recipe did you use?
    (just so I know to not try that one)
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    Cauliflower rice not bad but I prefer some basmati rice. I know it's carby but I eat it occasionally.

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    Dear Unshod Sarah,

    Would you be so kind as to share your recipe? I am going to make cauliflower rice this week and would love a good guideline.

    Thank you,
    Goldengrokette

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    Well, I learned to make fried rice from a gifted guy from hong kong, so I used the same basic approach but subbed the cauliflower.

    To prep the cauliflower I lightly sauteed it and then steamed it in a pan. Into the food chopper and "riced" it.

    Then in a pan, some fat, a couple eggs, srambled them up, added ginger, black pepper (I prefer it over white), garlic, and then the "rice". Sauteed with a touch of sesame oil and some soy sauce. Off the heat, into the bowl, done.

    It wasn't something I'll have again, if I do it, I'll just take the 24 hours of asthma and make fried rice.
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    I like to call it cauliflower cous cous. Seems more like the texture. I served it at a party as a cous cous salad with some parsley, feta, fresh tomatoes, mint and lots of Olive oil and I had 5 people actually gasp when I told them it was cauliflower.
    I pulse mine in the cuisinart till its pretty fine and then put in a skillet with some water and just let the water cook off, when its dry I add whatever flavors I wish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sue View Post
    Cauliflower rice not bad but I prefer some basmati rice. I know it's carby but I eat it occasionally.
    Me too, Sue. Jasmine isn't bad either. I haven't yet tried the cauliflower rice, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShannonPA-S View Post
    Me too, Sue. Jasmine isn't bad either. I haven't yet tried the cauliflower rice, though.
    Yeh, Jasmine is nice too. I've done the cauliflower rice before when I was very carb-phobic.

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