Easy Cauliflower Rice With A Secret Sweetness

cauliflower rice in a serving dish

Hi everyone and happy new week! Although I don't share many recipes here on the blog I do enjoy cooking. My lifestyle has changed over the last few years to prepare mostly meals for just the two of us, so I keep it simple...

Simple as in salads, protein and vegetables with not a whole lot of ingredients or prep involved. Today I'm sharing a favorite side dish, and speaking of dish I made the bowl way back in college when I was an art student and fell in love with throwing pottery:~}}. So read on and I promise that this dish is not what you think and can also be made into a main course!

cauliflower rice recipe

Why yes, I do have a pink food processor and it's something that doesn't sit out on the counter so I decided to indulge my girly side when I recently needed to replace the old one. I've provided the affiliate link above if you need one and it comes in every color!

pink kitchenaid food chopper

It's Cauliflower Mango Rice and since I live in an area where mangos grow wild, I always have plenty of it that I freeze in zip seal bags. Mango is so tasty sweet and good for us with plenty of vitamin C...

mango bread and mango salsa

I have shared some mango recipes with you before, like the two above in THIS POST

Mango Salsa and Mango Bread {the BEST...EVER...for realz} and if you are stuck on how to peel a mango check it out as well...

chopping block with food

But today we are about chopping, dicing and blending and here is my take on the best Cauliflower Rice with mango...

Easy Cauliflower Rice With Mango

Ingredients:

One large head of cauliflower cut into florets

3 tablespoons olive oil

One medium onion 

One small mango chopped into small pieces

The juice of one lemon

Parsley to garnish

Directions:

Pulse cauliflower in food processor in small batches until it resembles rice in size

Heat oil in a large sauté pan and when the oil is good and hot add the onions and cook until golden brown. Add cauliflower and cook while stirring frequently for no more than 3 to 5 minutes until tender then add mango and stir.

Remove from heat, place in a large serving bowl and garnish with parsley. You can serve this as a side in place of rice and add sautéed shrimp or chicken to make a main dish. Yum and if you DO have young kiddos it's a great way to sneak in those veggies!

7 comments

Kim said...

Looks yummy and pinned it!

C.d. Loken said...

Absolutely STUNNING!! If my home office looked like yours, I would never want to leave!!!

Shirley Stankus said...

Going to try this as I am always looking for an alternative to the potato!

Debra Pashkowsky said...

Ir looks so lovely. Very light and refreshing.

Lisa Taylor said...

This is absolutely fantastical!

Crystal said...

This room is amazing! So bright and beautiful! It is such an honor to have you link up at Welcome Home Wednesdays! I love your blog!

Maria Brittis said...

I am in love with the wrought iron wall piece! Bravo!

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