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7 Ways To Eat Riced Cauliflower

Cauliflower is one of those amazingly versatile foods that can be prepared in so many different ways.  One of the most useful ways to eat it is to make riced cauliflower.  Riced cauliflower has fewer carbs and more nutrients than traditional white rice.  It’s also fairly mild in flavor, which makes it an ideal replacement for those who are trying to stay healthy!

Riced cauliflower may not be the most spectacular food out there, but it certainly is versatile. Here are seven ways you can prepare cauliflower rice.

And if riced cauliflower is your thing, stick around for some delicious suggestions!

If you want even MORE cauliflower recipes, check out our TWO other cauliflower recipe round ups!

Here are some cauliflower recipes that will help you use up any extra harvest from your garden. Cauliflower can be one of the more difficult vegetables to grow, but it's very versatile to cook with. So try buying in bulk if you need to and start cooking!
Cauliflower truly is a versatile vegetable.  Whether you are vegan, gluten-free, low carb, or just love some fried cauliflower patties, it's a winner.

Here are 7 Ways To Eat Riced Cauliflower!

Making cauliflower rice is super simple.  If you’ve never made it before, Flavour and Savour has directions with nice photos.

Fried Rice

Instead of white rice, cauliflower rice is a nice low carb and homegrown option for fried rice.  Check out the following variations if you need ideas:

Diabetes Strong has a delicious shrimp and cauliflower fried rice recipe.

Here’s another take on fried rice from The Movement Menu.

If mushrooms are more your style, give this recipe a try by Noshing With The Nolands.

And here’s some chicken fried rice from The Whole Cook.  Yum.

Here’s another chicken fried rice from Adventures of Mel for a quick weeknight meal.

Have pork on hand instead?  Give this one from Platter Talk a go.  Or try this one from What Great Grandma Ate.

For a Mediterranean take on fried rice, try this recipe from Eating European.

Mexican Rice

Spices can really make a huge difference in what type of flavor you get.  Try these recipes instead of burritos for a lower carb dinner.

Simple Nourished Living has a cauliflower “rice” and beans recipe that would go great with homegrown cilantro.

For another take on Mexican rice, try this recipe from What Great Grandma Ate.

The cauliflower rice in these turkey taco bowls from Beautifully Broken Journey really help round out the meal.


Don’t just stop with regular rice, make your cauliflower into risotto!

Here’s one recipe from Caroline’s Cooking.  Or try this pear, blue cheese and walnut risotto from Happy Kitchen. Rocks.

Have an instant pot?  You can make cauliflower risotto with it too!  Here’s how from What Great Grandma Ate.


Cauliflower rice can help bulk up omelettes for a tasty breakfast.

Spice it up with these spicy omelettes from What To Cook Today.

Turmeric in this recipe from What To Cook Today gives it a lovely color.


Cauliflower rice isn’t just for fried rice, it’s also great in casseroles!

Need some comfort food?  Try this cheesy cauliflower rice from Life is Sweeter By Design

Or give this Unstuffed Cabbage Casserole from Kudos Kitchen by Renee a try.

Rice bowls

There are pretty much endless combinations when dinner is in a bowl.  Here are a few to get your ideas flowing.

Korean Beef and Cauliflower Rice Bowls from Perchance To Cook are yummy and quick to make.

Here’s a simple but tasty meal in a bowl recipe featuring cauliflower rice, sweet potatoes, and avocado from A Virtual Vegan.

Needs something colorful?  Try this confetti cauliflower rice by The Lean Green Bean.

Cooking with Mama C has a cauliflower rice caprese recipe that sounds pretty delicious!


Did you know you can make sushi with cauliflower rice?

This recipe from Namely Marly tells you how.

Riced cauliflower may not be the most spectacular food out there, but it certainly is versatile, healthy, and a great addition to your garden AND your kitchen.

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