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Cauliflower Rice

Babysham80

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I love cauliflower rice - it's not the same as normal rice but I prefer it. I make mine using frozen cauliflower because it's often cheaper. I just cook the cauli and then chop it up finely, then serve like normal rice.
 

mojomcl

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Oh YUM. I'd never have thought of that but it sounds magic. Think I'll try that tonight, with Chick Pea Dahl. mmmm. (How long til tea time?! )
 

Lucky7

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It is nice, but it can (in my experience!!) cause VERY smelly wind. Do try it because it's lovely - but make the first time on a day where you can risk having this side effect the next day (not before you go to a funeral or wedding or a long coach journey for example!).

x
 

evilpenguin

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Thanks for the advice Lucky7! I'm having this tonight with the salmon curry from the new Curry Heaven book. As I'm doing red this will be a fab alternative to synful rice!
 

mojomcl

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I did try this and it was nice. I don't have a microwave so decided to steam it. The holes in my steamer weren't fine enough, so I placed the 'rice' in a seive (sieve?sp) above a pan of water and popped a lid on. Once melted sieve later, I had a great portion of 'rice'.
I thought it was nice, and can't say my wind was any worse than normal ;-) lol My only thought was that I wouldn't ordinarily scoff a whole head of cauli, but made into 'rice' I easily polished it off.
 

mojomcl

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allie, have you tried roasted cauliflower? It's LOVELY (imo!)
 

mojomcl

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oooh, it is honestly worth trying. It goes all nutty and scrummy ♥
 


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