Today I really want to show you how to cut cauliflower into florets and make cauliflower rice (fast and easy!). There are many different ways of cutting cauliflower into florets, but you may find my method of cutting the cauliflower stem and leaves simpler. From there, we’ll make one of my favorite flavored cauliflower rice recipes.
This cauliflower rice recipe is Paleo, Vegan, low-carb, and gluten-free, and full of healthy ingredients. It’s also a Keto-friendly riced cauliflower recipe for those of you who are diabetic, or are watching your carb intake closely.
I think you’ll love this healthy cauliflower rice as a main dish, or you can serve it like I do as a side dish along with some kind of protein like eggs, salmon, chicken, or sausage, for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
You guys have been asking me for more savory and dinner recipes and I listen! This recipe is just one of many more to come. A few months ago the Shepherd’s Pie and Brazilian Cheese Bread recipes I posted were a huge hit with you all and that made me so happy. I was thinking that maybe next week I could share another flavored cauliflower rice recipe that I make all the time. Would you like that?? Comment below with with specific dishes you want me to post. And please share your own recipes too! Our community here (and myself) would love to try them!
So – How to cut cauliflower into florets and make cauliflower rice?
The Cauliflower Rice recipe is written down below in the recipe box. To see how I cut the cauliflower head in an easy way, watch my video below. I filmed (and explain) everything in detail in the video.
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- In a large skillet over medium heat, heat the olive oil and sauté the onions until they softened and get some color.
- Add the cauliflower rice and give it a stir. Add more olive oil if it looks dry. Then add the lime juice, coconut milk, salt, and pepper, and mix to combine. Let it cook for about 5 minutes, or until the cauliflower softens enough to your preference.
- Turn off the heat and mix in the fresh herb.
Total carbs 8.3g; Fiber 3g; Net carbs 5.3g; Protein 3.2g; fat 10.2g; Calories 127 kcal
Watch the video above to see my easy method of cutting the cauliflower into florets and making the cauliflower rice