Recipe Directions

Just stir it all together (leave it to sit for a while to soak up the tomato and braggs if you added some) and top with coriander and some of the shallots, and if you’re feeling decorative, some choppped tomato :)

Staraw's Thoughts

The cauliflower is a really good replacement for rice. I’m thinking of using it a lot more in the future, instead of rice, cous cous etc. It picks up the flavours and looks convincing too! :)

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i loved this recipe- thanks for posting. i used broccoli since i am not a big cauliflower fan and the texture came out really nice and gentle. i also added sesame oil and coconut water. i marinated the mushrooms in nama shoyu for a while first to make something similar to my favorite cooked chinese dish- brown rice with broccoli and tofu. i couldn't believe how tasty it was.

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This is great!!! I left out the Braggs and the nutritional yeast and added a couple of spoons of ACV. Wonderful. Thank you.

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Tried this the other night, but warmed the whole dish over a steamer. It was delicious delicious delicious. Added some spinach and pecans. Thanks for that what a clever idea

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staraw, sounds (and looks) tasty :). What you wrote really resonates with me, i feel the exact same way.

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This looks so good! Plus its without oil or fat!
cool! Thanks!
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Thank you! I'm so glad to have gained back my love affair with food- and on a more beautiful, natural level :) Yay for spreading vegan love with non-cooking!

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Wow staraw all of your recipes sound & look fabulous!

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Thanks 3relefords :) Enjoy!
Chicacgomama- I just chopped it roughly. I mean the florets fall apart/crumble easily and the stalks just chop to the size youd like

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How did you chop the cauliflower? Just regular or with a grater or mandolin?

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This presentation is wonderful. Very creative. Looking forward to trying your recipe out. Thanks

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