Recipe Directions

1. Pulse cauliflower in food processor until it's the size of rice. Or chop finely if you don't have a processor. Place in large bowl.
2. Pulse remaining ingredients in processor until still slightly chunky.
3. Mix the tomato mixture into the cauliflower mixture. And voila - Mexican cauliflower rice!
* I think this would be even better with some red sweet peppers, but I didn't have any. :)

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Zedster's Review

Mexican Cauliflower Rice
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I added some habanero pepper and chili powder for taste ans spice.

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MoonstoneDreams's Review

Mexican Cauliflower Rice
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I made a simple chopped version of this at work for lunch and it's pretty good! It's a nice summer food, very light and refreshing. I also used orange cauliflower instead of white and it was very colorful.

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colorgirl's Review

Mexican Cauliflower Rice
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I liked it - I added some red onion, a little Bragg's aminos and some chili powder for flavor.

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DELICIOUS!! Instead of cauliflower I used jicama and it was awesome!!

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love it

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tahiti's Review

Mexican Cauliflower Rice
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mmmmmm i wish i had a cauliflower now! :)

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This looks delicious and easy, thanks for posting. Great timing, too. I just added it to our "south of the border" slideshow on the home page. Fits right in.

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