Gluten-Free, Vegan, Kid-Friendly, Anti-Inflammatory Diet
Brown / White, Green
Under 15 Minutes (Under 30 Minutes)
Fried rice is a guilty pleasure we like to have more often than not, but the typical versions contain more carbohydrates and saturated fat. This vegan cauliflower rice is a healthier plant-based but equally delicious alternative.
Although you can buy pre-made cauliflower rice in stores, making it at home means packing in more nutrients. Cauliflower reduces inflammation and promotes gut health. It’s also a source of choline, a nutrient that contributes to the heart, liver, and nervous system. So we highly recommend buying fresh cauliflower and setting aside some time to reap the health benefits fully.
You have three ways to make vegan cauliflower rice. First, you can roughly chop the cauliflower until rice-like. You can also use a box grater or a food processor if you have them. We know that pulling out appliances or grating stuff can be a hassle, so make a huge batch because cauliflower rice keeps well in the fridge. You’ll have prepared meals for the whole week.
Besides onions and asparagus, you can mix in more veggies that are available in your kitchen. Add bell peppers, corns, green beans, carrots, and peas for more nutrients, fiber, color, and texture.
Now you have a gluten-free, vegan cauliflower rice recipe to use for dinner. Skip the fried rice takeout and make a nutritious substitute instead. It’s equally delicious to the traditional ones, if not more, and you can avoid MSG.
If you enjoyed making this recipe, let us know down in the comments below. This recipe is a part of our 21-Day Meal Plan for a Healthy Liver post. Check out the article for more dinner as well as breakfast and lunch recipes.
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