Cauliflower rice is an awesome alternative to regular rice and the Thermomix makes light work of it.
There are heaps of versions out there of how to do it. This is mine and I could eat it by the bowlful, it’s delicious!
It’s a three-step recipe, ready in just 15 minutes and will compliment any meal nicely. Below is how I served it today for my lunch.
One of my daughter’s had the same as me, another had her cauliflower rice with a couple of fried eggs and my eldest put it in a wrap with cheese and toasted it.
It can be eaten in so many different ways, but generally as an accompaniment, in place of regular rice.
The thing I love most about this cauliflower rice is that the Thermomix has it done and dusted in 15 minutes!
Ingredients Needed to make Cauliflower Rice in the Thermomix
Just a handful of ingredients are needed to make this simple side:
Cauliflower (of course!)
Ghee, Butter or Olive Oil
Salt and Pepper
Looking for more Recipes that use Cauliflower?
Cauliflower is such a versatile vegetable, we eat a lot of it in my home! Here are a few of my favourite things to use it in:
Cauliflower Mash and Cauliflower Cheese in Super Sides Made Easy
Caulironi ‘n’ Cheese in Feel Good Food Made Easy
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Easy Peasy Cauliflower Rice
- 450 g cauliflower florets
- 20 g ghee or butter or olive oil
- 15 g parsley (optional)
- 1 garlic clove (5g)
- a couple of pinches of each salt and pepper
- Place parsley and garlic in mixer bowl. Chop 7 seconds/speed 7/MC on. Scrape down bowl.
- Add ghee. Cook 2 minutes/steaming temperature/speed1/MC off.
- Add cauliflower, salt and pepper. Chop 10 seconds/reverse/speed 4/MC on. Cook 10 minutes/100/reverse/speed soft/MC on.
Please note, nutrition information is calculated via an online recipe nutrition calculator and is a guide only. It is provided as a courtesy and is not guaranteed 100% accurate. I am not a nutritionist or trained health professional.