Welcome to my latest whole30 recipe. In this recipe I will be showing you my whole30 creamy garlic cauliflower rice. Here is the best creamy cauliflower rice that is perfect for eating healthy and enjoying real wholesome food.
I remember there was once a time when cauliflower meant being boiled in a pan and served with roast chicken. The most exciting way to have cauliflower would be to have it in a cheese sauce as traditional cauliflower cheese.
But over the last few years cauliflower has become the food of choice as an alternative to carbs and as a great way to enjoy your food.
If you’ve been to my blog before and have searched for cauliflower you’ll know that I probably cook most with cauliflower than any other vegetable. I have done cauliflower pizza, cauliflower bites in the air fryer and don’t get me started about my huge addiction to cauliflower rice.
Now cauliflower rice…..I have no idea when I first tried it. I just read about it and gave it a go. It was a long time before I started Recipe This and with a hubby that hates rice it was the only way I could have curry and rice. He loved it and so did the rest of the family.
With us celebrating the Paleo way of life and reducing our carbs it feels like the perfect time to introduce you to yet another of our cauliflower rice dishes. This one is all about the creamy element. Having it so that it feels so creamy you think that it has been cooked with double cream when it hasn’t. It is also full of my all time foodie love = GARLIC. I just love garlic and it’s a rarity if it is not in my savoury recipes.
If you are following the Whole30 (I am a past survivor of it) then this is a great dish that you can use with your meat and then you are less likely to be feeling deprived.
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In a blender place your cauliflower a bit at a time until it has all been blended down into cauliflower rice.
Add the coconut milk, garlic and seasoning and mix well on the high blender setting.
When well mixed transfer to a wok and cook on a medium heat until the cauliflower is piping hot.
Reduce to a simmer and cook for a further 5 minutes.