Garlic Herb Lime Cauliflower Rice (Cauli-Rice) Recipe (Gluten and Dairy Free, Autoimmune Friendly)

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Going grain free was not that difficult for me. The only grain that I actually miss is rice. Some things just need rice. Then, I started noticing all of these Paleo and Primal bloggers talking about cauli-rice. What on earth was that, I thought? Come to find out cauli-rice is a delicious substitute for regular rice.

I have paired this with a wide variety of dishes and it tastes great. I’ve eaten it with creamy Italian dishes, spicy Chinese and Mexican dishes, even cold with some canned salmon and lemon juice. It also makes mighty tasty fried rice too. While you can make your cauli-rice with any seasoning you like, I must confess that I love the cilantro-lime rice from Chipotle and miss that often. This often hits the spot when I have a craving!

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  1. All of these ingredients also support the body’s natural detox pathways, so it’s good for us on many levels. I’m admin for a Facebook group where we post recipes that meet the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol, so I shared this recipe there. Thanks for posting!

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    Eileen @ Phoenix Helix
    Posted 07/26/13

    • Hi Eileen! Thank you for comment and sharing on the FB group! Much appreciated! 🙂

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      Jessica
      Posted 07/27/13

  2. I have to agree, rice is so hard to give up when you are used to pairing it with chicken, steak…you name it! I am looking forward to trying your savory dish and love the use of cilantro and lime in the recipe.

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    • It is delicious with just about everything. The cilantro and lime make it reminiscent of Chipotle’s cilantro lime rice (one of my pre-grain free weaknesses!). Hope you enjoy! 🙂

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      Jessica
      Posted 07/27/13

  3. What a flavorful spin on cauli-rice! I share an “autoimmune recipe of the day” on my facebook page, and I’ll be featuring this one tomorrow. Thanks Jessica.

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    Eileen @ Phoenix Helix
    Posted 06/22/14

  4. This looks wonderful, Eileen! Can’t wait to give it a try tomorrow. Just as a note, I riced a whole bunch of cauliflower this fall while it was in season and just froze it raw. I haven’t noticed any change in taste/texture when using it in recipes, so I can highly recommend the practice. 😉

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    Linda Poitevin
    Posted 01/01/15

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