Recipe Directions

Chop the cauliflower into florets and place a few at a time into the food processor or blender. Pulse until it looks about the size of grains of rice and place in a large bowl.
Chop the carrots and do the same as with the cauliflower.
Dice the bell pepper, celery and spring onion and combine with the remaining ingredients in the bowl.
This should keep for a few days in the fridge.

Kellymyra's Thoughts

We’ve been getting a lot of Cauliflower in our organic vege box recently. It’s the poor cousin to broccoli who always gets picked first. So we have to come up with creative ways to let that cauli-wall-flower shine through. This cauliflower salad is reminiscent of stir fried rice. You basically just need a base of cauliflower and the sesame oil and tamari dressing as a base. Then you’re free to change up the other vegetables in this dish to make your own variations. Here’s the combination I whipped up the other night.
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tangerina that's so funny about your housemate. I reckon the sauce totally disguises the cauliflower taste.

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This looks so tasty. I will be making this and reporting back!

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tangerina's Review

Cauliflower Rice
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this was delicious and super easy. thanks! my housemate who rarely eats vegetables and absolutely hates cauliflower loved it too. i got him to try a spoonful and he ended up eating a small bowl of it! and that's a rawsome feat.

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