- 3 c. cauliflower rice, cooked
- 1 ea. Avocado From Mexico, halved, pitted, & peeled
- 1 ea. lime, juiced
- 1/4 c. cilantro, finely chopped
- In a medium bowl, mash avocados with lime juice and cilantro until smooth.
- Fold in cauliflower rice until well combined.
We’ve found adding in some ripe avocados to your cauliflower rice is the right move to make. Avocado cauliflower rice? Yes, it’s a thing – and it’s incredible! This pairs well with just about everything, and it does not lack in flavor.
If you’re looking for something to pair your avocado cauliflower rice with, try pairing it with one of these recipes:
- Grilled chicken sandwich with avocado
- Mini beef sandwiches with avocado
- Chipotle chicken pasta casserole
What is cauliflower rice?
Cauliflower rice is a good source of fiber, that has a consistency and texture of regular rice. It has a blander taste than white rice and has a mild bitter taste. Though, with only 27 calories per cup, Cauliflower is an excellent choice for those looking to try something new as one cup of white rice has 206 calories.
What does cauliflower rice taste like?
Cauliflower rice has a bland taste, and some say there’s a mildly bitter taste. Overall, it has a very neutral flavor. Adding in some avocado is the perfect way to add some flavor and additional nutrients to your cauliflower rice.
How do you freeze cauliflower rice?
To freeze cauliflower rice, simply bag up the raw cauliflower rice (uncooked), and write the freeze in a plastic bag or storage container. In the freezer, it will keep for 2 to 3 months.
How long does cauliflower rice last?
After making the cauliflower rice in the food processor or cheese grater, you can keep it in plastic bags or an airtight food storage container. When stored in the fridge, it will be good for up to 4 days. If you choose to store your cauliflower rice in the freezer, it will keep good for 2 to 3 months.
How can you tell if cauliflower rice is bad?
Cauliflower rice will typically soften up after storing in the fridge, and usually, this is when you'll notice a strong odor. This smell isn't an indication of spoilage, though it may be best to toss your cauliflower rice when this happens. According to the USDA, "fresh fruits and vegetables vary widely in their storage times -- from a few days to several weeks. Very few can be safely stored at room temperature for long, and most must be kept in the refrigerator. Bruises and mold are signs of spoilage. For more information, you may call the FDA toll-free at 888-723-3366."