Cauliflower rice is the base of our delicious kedgeree recipe seen here.
For anyone following a low carb or grain free diet, cauliflower is the perfect replacement for rice and potatoes.
When you initially transition to a paleo diet it can seem as if all your favourite foods are a thing of the past, but you just need to get inventive.
We are not big fans of boiled cauliflower on its own, but when it is incorporated into other dishes my children will wolf it down, and actually ask for seconds!
From the Cruciferous vegetable family, cauliflowers are incredibly good for us being packed with vitamin C and other goodies; plus they are known to have several anti cancer properties as well as being good for heart health.
Cruciferous vegetables contain goitrogens which can interfere with thyroid hormone production, so there is some debate as to the wisdom of eating them raw. My personal opinion on the raw vs cooked argument is that cooked is preferable, and infinitely tastier!
Orange cauliflowers contain 25% more vitamin C than standard caulis. As well as being nutritious, Romanesco cauliflowers are visually stunning, and a perfect example of fractals in nature.
Serve with a tasty curry - why not try our creamy chicken and coconut ?
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