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I love rice; but making this CAULIFLOWER RICE has helped psych out my brain! I almost feel guilty eating it.

I buy the frozen packs of it, already riced.

Directions: Saute' chopped sweet mini peppers, scallions [including green tips], onions...[mushrooms, too, are good]. Add some blackening seasoning I make (without salt). Once that's ~ browned/softened a bit, remove from the pan. Then put the thawed c-rice in the same pan (some Water and all). Let it simmer down to cook, and to absorb some of the water. Add in veggies; stir. I add a little bit of garlic salt, and sometimes add thai chili sauce [or other sauce] for color and a bit of 'heat.' Eat with your meats.

If you love rice--or need that carb feel and taste--give it a try.

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Bon appetit!

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I have had the riced cauliflower when I was pre-op and loved it. I also have had riced sweet potato and the zoodles (zucchini) so healthy and feels like it is not 😉

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I use riced cauliflower in Soups and stir frys and it is sooo tasty. Have made myself but it is so messy that I just buy the frozen type. I also steam some regular cauliflower until soft and use the food processor to make garlic mashed cauliflower with real butter and it is SOOO good.

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