Unlike Giada, I quite enjoy cauliflower rice. What’s not to like, seriously?! It tastes like the real thing.
It can also masquerade as bulgur. In a tabbouleh-type salad like this, you won’t miss the real grain.
Once I even fooled my husband into thinking that he was eating couscous. Granted I loaded his plate with lamb tagine so he didn’t have much to complain about. But it goes to show how versatile cauliflower rice or riced cauliflower is.
If, however, you’re like Giada, and the idea of the fake grain doesn’t appeal to you, consider mixing it with real ones. I like mixing my cauliflower rice with real rice. Sometimes I even add quinoa to the mix. Like this.
It’s my favorite “rice”. I’ll show you how I serve or what I do with this mixed rice next week.
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Eva Saxell says
They all look so FESTIVE!!! 🙂
Thanks so much, Eva!
Tea With Jennifer says
Thank you for hosting Angie ?
You’re welcome, Jennifer! XO
Thank you for another GREAT party full of inspiring ideas and recipes. I love this week’s features. I brought my DRUNKEN CHICKEN & TOMATOES, POTATO CORN SALAD and GREEN ENCHILADA SOUP. Have a GREAT weekend.
Thanks, Tamy! XO
Helen at the Lazy Gastronome says
Thanks for hosting. Hope you have a great week.
You, too, Helen! Thanks for participating!
Kate - Gluten Free Alchemist says
Thank you so much for including my Panna Cotta.
I’ve managed to miss the last Fiesta Friday as I was away. But as always… Thanks for hosting. Hopefully, I’ll link this week xx
That Panna cotta looks so good! I wanted to take a bite ?