Cauliflower “not” Rice

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Cauliflower ‘not’ Rice has emerged with the Paleo movement as a great substitute for rice in most recipes. You can serve it with curries, stir-fries, in soups & even nori-rolls.  We love to vary ours with some colour by adding some chopped broccoli or shredded kale to make a “Zebra Rice”.  It really is simple to make but the trick is to chop it fine but not too fine, and to cook it in a nice open fry pan at high temperature.

Cauliflower "not" Rice
Variation: Zebra Rice – which is simply a mixture of finely chopped cauliflower and finely chopped broccoli and or finely shredded kale.
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Ingredients
  1. ½ a medium sized head of organic cauliflower broken into 4 smaller flowerets
  2. 1 cloves of garlic finely chopped
  3. 2 large tabs of ghee or coconut oil
  4. ¼ teas of sea salt
Instructions
  1. Chop cauliflower in food processor until the size of small lentils. In a thermo-mix, chop on speed 5 for 2 secs.
  2. Heat fry pan over high heat and add ghee.
  3. Add chopped cauliflower, garlic and salt.
  4. Stir to coat in oils.
  5. Leave sit for a minute or two and then stir.
  6. Stir at intervals whilst cooking for about 5 mins.
Notes
  1. Variation: Zebra Rice – which is simply a mixture of finely chopped cauliflower and finely chopped broccoli and or finely shredded kale.
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