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This cauliflower fried rice recipe proves what we already know to be true: cauliflower is truly a versatile veggie.
We’re the first to say that cauliflower is not a replacement for rice (which still has its place in our hearts), but it is a great way to get more vegetables in your diet without just eating salads.
Cauliflower fried rice is a fun dish to make for a large crowd because it’s a familiar concept with a little twist that is sure to impress your dinner guests.
With many of the ingredients being frozen, there is very little prep and chopping (AKA dishes) required.
Cauliflower fried rice is on our rotation week after week. Learn how to make cauliflower fried rice and customize it to your liking by following the simple steps below.
If you’re using frozen cauliflower, there is added water content that needs to be steamed out before serving. We recommend cooking until there is no liquid in the bottom of the pan before adding your finishing liquids like soy sauce, lime, and sesame oil.
Cauliflower rice has less calories and carbs when compared to regular white rice. Weight loss is an individual journey and should be catered to your specific health needs; however if you’re looking to reduce calorie and carb intake, cauliflower rice is a great swap for white rice and other carb-heavy, calorie-dense sides.
There is not a one-size-fits-all when it comes to what is “healthiest” as different people have different nutritional needs. If you are looking to increase vegetable intake and/or decrease carbohydrates and calories in your diet, this is a healthy choice. With the additional add-ins of other vegetables for vitamins and fiber, this dish, as a whole, is balanced and full of healthy ingredients.
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