How to Cook Cauliflower Rice to Make Keto and Low Carb Meals

How to Cook Cauliflower Rice to Make Keto and Low Carb Meals

– Don’t mind me, I am just
enjoying one of my favorite ways to enjoy rice without the carbs. Keep watching and I’ll show you how. (fun music) So you’ve probably already
heard about cauliflower rice. It’s a yummy way to
enjoy traditional meals if you’re on a low carb, grain free, keto or paleo lifestyle. If you haven’t heard of cauliflower rice or are unsure of how to
cook it, stick around because we’re about of
find out the best ways to cook this miracle veggie. First things first, we
need the cauliflower rice. I’m using a cauliflower that I’ve turned into rice like granules. It’s not real rice. This is rice and this
is a head of cauliflower that I’ve turned into rice. Basic I know but I thought that
I’d get that out of the way because clearly these
methods are not going to work with traditional rice. You can make your own cauliflower
rice a few different ways and I have a video that shows
you precisely how to do that. I’ll make sure to link
it right below this video and an info card as well. Of course you can use the
pre-made bagged cauliflower rice. That’s totally fine. You can find that in many
grocery refrigerated cases and even in the freezer aisle. Okay, on to cooking this. So there are two ways to
cook cauliflower rice, to steam it or saute it. Whichever method you use, cooking it makes this
veggie taste even more like the regular rice and
it will take on any flavor that you put into it. Incredible, I know. So let’s first steam it. You can place the cauliflower
rice in a microwave safe bowl. You’re gonna cover it with plastic wrap or a damp paper towel and microwave it for about
three minutes until tender. Of course if you put more than four cups, it might need a little longer. This method works best if
you plan to serve the rice immediately after you’re
cooking your meal. Say you’re grilling chicken or you just take out a sheet
pan dinner from the oven and you need to cook your
cauliflower rice fast before the meal gets cold. The other option and personally
my favorite is to saute it. It adds a nutty flavor and
creates the closest texture and flavor to regular rice. To do this, I’m gonna
heat one tablespoon of oil in a large skillet over medium high heat. I’m gonna add in the cauliflower rice, give it a stir, cover it
and reduce the heat to low. You’re gonna remove
the lid, give it a stir and let the moisture evaporate. This is just plain but it gets better. You can also add it to
your stir fries like I do in my cauliflower fried rice recipe which of course I’m going to
link for you in an info card and right below this video. This cauliflower rice is cooked
and it’s going to be epic. Okay, okay, we can’t
finish this video just yet. You guys know how much I love tacos. So I have to share with
you a secret recipe. Wait, what? You don’t know about me
and my taco obsession? Well, I am the author of
The Taco Tuesday Cookbook. So if you love tacos,
you’ve got to check it out. Most tacos in the book are
low carb and I’m pretty sure, well, I know that you’re gonna love them. So my secret recipe takes
this uncooked cauliflower rice and turns it into a
delicious taco filling. So what we’re gonna do is
add the taco seasoning, stir it around and look, it magically almost looks
like taco meat filling and it’s perfect for veggie taco night. So now you can put this in
a tortilla, in a taco shell or the ultra lower carb
option, in a lettuce leaf. What do you think? Well, what I think is that
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33 thoughts on “How to Cook Cauliflower Rice to Make Keto and Low Carb Meals

  1. I love your pot. It is so big and beautiful. And your recipes are easy and great, thank you. You do talk alot but your voice is nice and i don't mind it lol. Great instructions because I'm just starting keto.

  2. Not sure why there are so many negative comments, I think the video is very helpful. She may be a little too enthusiastic, but I would rather that than someone who is monotonous and dull. Thanks for the info, off to make some now!

  3. I will go buy frozen cauliflower, great video🤗 you other people quit being negative Nancy's. Not easy putting together a video. She just got to excited and carried away

  4. What's up with so many negative comment like don't you guys see whats on the tittle before clicking a video

  5. After I read the comment “she talks too much” I can’t unsee it and I kept screaming at my phone “PLEASE JUST GET TO THE POINT!!!”

    but thank you for this video!

  6. Tried cauliflower rice because of your how to make video but didn’t watch how to cook 😅 still turned out good. Inexpensive and healthy

  7. First time here… Here to learn about cauliflower rice. I CAN LEARN ALOT FROM YOU. My personal taste is that you prepare the video's script, then throw it away (you're da bom and you've got this!). Above all else, NO ACTING! You are naturally engaging and attractive of your audience without the over-acted enthusiasm; more real, please. Don't edit out all the mistakes. Your gorgeousness is distracting, too (don't know if that's a bad thing)!

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