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From guilt-free pizza crusts and low-carb fried rice to flavorful tabbouleh salads and a stand-in for potato kugel, riced cauliflower can do it all. Whip up a batch of cauliflower tots for a fun snack, or use it as a base for hearty grain-free bowls.
With Beleaves’ riced cauliflower, cauliflower easily steps in for rice, adding a bunch of fiber to your meal while keeping the flavor profile the same. The cauliflower is filling and allows you to be creative in the kitchen, while elevating the nutritional value of your food!! You’ll see that cauliflower is even more versatile than you initially believed!
1. Cauliflower and Mushroom Stir Fry by Faigy Murray
An incredibly delicious, bursting with flavor side dish that’s low carb and family friendly!
2. Salmon Cauliflower Rice Bowl by Naomi Nachman
This recipe went viral during the pandemic, and I thought it would be perfect for Pesach if you substitute the rice for cauliflower! It’s a great light lunch or dinner, and you’ll be wanting to make it all year.
3. Cauliflower Rice with Spinach and Lemon by Miriam (Pascal) Cohen
I like to think of this as the anti-kugel! It’s light and refreshing, with an incredible burst of fresh citrus, and it’s a perfect side when you’re looking for something a little lighter to enjoy.
4. Cauliflower Rice Tabbouleh by Chanie Nayman
I’m always looking for non-lettuce salads to complete my inevitable salad course. I love light, fresh, and simple, and this salad is all that. The cauliflower rice makes it all possible, and I love how it’s become so easy to eat healthy!
5. Cauliflower Rice Smoothie by Riva Fogel-Landy, RDN, CDN
Many people love making fruit smoothies as an on-the-go healthy meal or snack. Smoothies are refreshing, delicious and yes – healthy. However, the issue many people don’t realize is portion control. One cup of fruit is a serving, and many people consume far more when drinking a smoothie. A great way to cut back on the fruit and make your smoothie healthier is by adding veggies! However, not everyone likes the taste of kale or celery in their drinks. New idea: Cauliflower! Cauliflower is super-power-packed veggie that has plenty of benefits. It is part of the cruciferous family (including other superfoods like broccoli, kale, and brussel sprouts), cauliflower has plenty of vitamins and minerals, but its real power comes from cancer-fighting compounds known as glucosinolates. The best part about the cauliflower in my smoothie recipe is that it is tasteless! It is great way to add bulk to to your smoothie, cut back on calories and sugar and can’t even tell it’s there. If you don’t believe me then try it!
6. Cauliflower Crust Mini Pizzas by Victoria Dwek
No, cauliflower crust pizza may not be doughy like real pizza. But it’s totally delicious in its own right! Yields 8 mini pizzas. Watch Victoria Dwek make these delicious pizzas and 3 other amazing cauliflower rice dishes here!
7. Cauliflower Fried Rice with Salami by Erin Grunstein
This is a delicious weeknight dinner that’s a complete meal.
8. Cauliflower-Rice Stuffed Capons by Rorie Weisberg
Stuffed capons can actually be healthy and festive at the same time! The bread crumb option here is really just for fun. The glaze on its own gives enough bright color and moisture. But traditional rollups have a bread crumb topping, so if you want to replicate that look, go for it. Serve with Root Hash and Garlic Asparagus.)
9. Pastrami-Stuffed Mushrooms by Chanie Nayman
These meat stuffed mushrooms, boasting a savory pastrami and cauliflower filling, make an excellent appetizer for any party or gathering. They’ll disappear before your eyes. Better still, the whole dish comes together in one pan.
10. Yellow Cauliflower Rice and Shawarma Bowl by Victoria Dwek
This well-spiced cauliflower rice bowl with grilled shawarma chicken and quick cabbage and Israeli salad is a healthy, light weekday lunch or even dinner option.
11. Cauliflower Kugel with Smoky Facon Crumble by Charnie Kohn
Easy to prep, yet with that extra something special making this recipe perfect for Shabbat or any time you’re entertaining.
12. Cauliflower Tots by Batsheva Kanter
These make a really nice pass-around appetizer.
13. Breakfast Power Bowl by Sara Goldstein
We all know that a good breakfast is extremely important for a focused and productive day. Breakfast foods in general are usually carb- or sugar-heavy, yielding not exactly the results we are looking for. This savory power breakfast bowl is loaded with “good for you” proteins, vegetables, and fats, making it a really nutritious way to start off your day! I love using cauliflower rice as a base since it’s light while still being a great canvas for the breakfast flavors in the bowl to shine through.
14. Cauliflower Enchilada Skillet by Rena Tuchinsky
Need a quick lunch that’s filling and healthy? This one pan dish is it! Not only is this quick to prepare, but it’s so delicious it may become your weekly go-to meal.
15. Cauliflower Mushroom Bolognese by Talia Baron
We’re all looking for cozy comfort food these days. Instead of a traditional bolognese with chopped meat, let’s make a veggie-packed vegetarian bolognese using lots of veggies like onions, garlic, zucchini, mushrooms, and thanks to Beleaves Riced Cauliflower, we can easily add in our cruciferous veggies too!