Cauliflower rice is a healthy substitute for things such as rice or couscous. It is a vegan, low-carb, gluten-free, and cruciferous dish that can be served hot or cold. Use the guided recipe from Multo™ by CookingPal® to grate your cauliflower in a blink for a main dish, filling, or vegetable side plate.
How to make cauliflower rice with Multo™ by CookingPal®?
1. Chop cauliflower florets.
Chop cauliflower florets in clockwise and anti-clockwise directions until finely diced. The blade’s design is unique in that it prevents pulsing the cauliflower into too small of pieces.
2. Steam cauliflower rice.
Spread chopped rice evenly onto the steaming tray and steam until soft.
Cooking tips and tricks
This recipe can be made vegan by simply changing a few ingredients. Replace chicken broth with vegetable broth and use vegan Parmesan cheese in place of the regular variety. For adventurous chefs, check out our Smart Kitchen Hub for a recipe on how to make homemade vegan Parmesan cheese!
Cauliflower gets soggy fast when cooking; be mindful of cooking time as it only takes a few minutes to reach crunchy, cooked perfection.
Use the cauliflower florets to get more uniform pieces of rice. The stems can be used, but when they are, they enhance the natural vegetable flavor of the rice and may make larger rice pieces.
What are the variations of the cauliflower rice?
One of the most popular ways to serve this recipe is just like regular rice. It can be used with curry, in stir-fry and fried rice recipes, or as a base for beans. Cauliflower rice can make these dishes gluten-free, vegan, and/or versatile while making them filling and more nutritious.
Cauliflower rice makes a great filling for things like burritos and stuffed peppers. Add ingredients like onions, carrots, and sautéed ground meat or chicken for a hearty filling without too many carbs.
Cauliflower rice can be served as a side vegetable dish with any meal. Simply steam and season with oil and spices and serve warm or cold as an accompaniment to meat, fish, or other vegetarian dishes.
The final verdict on the cauliflower rice - how does it taste?
A great replacement for starches in your cooking, cauliflower rice is a great way to squeeze more vegetables into your diet without losing texture or flavor of the original recipe. It’s:
& Simple to make!
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Grate fresh, crunchy cauliflower until finely shredded, and then cook with oil and seasonings until soft and aromatic. This recipe works great as a substitute for whenever you use rice - whether it be as a filling, main course, or side dish.
16 OZ / 450 G Cauliflower
24 OZ / 700 ML boiling water
1 TBSP salt
Cut the cauliflower into florets and place it into the mixing bowl.
Chop for 3 seconds / speed 5. Use spatula to scrape down sides of mixing bowl.
Then chop again for 2 seconds / speed 5 / reverse.
Pour boiling water into the mixing bowl with salt. Add the cauliflower to the steaming tray and steam it for 8 minutes / 250°F|120°C / speed 2.
Serve with some crispy bacon as an option. Enjoy your dish!