Thai Cauliflower Rice Salad

If you love cauliflower and avocado, you're going to be obsessed with our Thai Cauliflower Rice Salad recipe!

25 min. 4 serv.
38 ratings

If you haven’t tried our Thai Cauliflower Rice Salad, you will be amazed by this yummy Gluten Free dish you can prepare for lunch! The best part about this recipe is the toppings. You won’t want to miss our delightful Avocado Cream Dressing, made out of fresh lemon grass, avocados, garlic cloves, and coconut milk!

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1/4 Cup White onion, Chopped
14 Oz Cauliflower
2 Carrots, Ends chopped off
1 Tsp Garlic clove, Minced
2 Tsp coconut oil
2 French green onion, Chopped
1 Thai pepper, Red
1 Bunch Fresh cilantro
1/4 Cup Crushed roasted almonds
Lime, 1 Yeild
Sea salt & pepper, To taste

Avocado Cream Dressing

1 Lemon grass, About 2 tbsp. minced
1 avocado
1/2 Can Coconut milk
3 Garlic cloves, Minced
1/2 Tsp Sea salt
2 Tsp Low sodium soy sauce, Gluten-free
4 Tsp Tamari Sauce
Black pepper, Pinch


Did you know?

There are over 40 million tons of carrots grown each year with China being the world’s top producer.

One important health benefit of this vegetable is that it is high in potassium. Potassium increases your blood flow, circulation and organ function throughout the body!

Wondering if carrots are really good for your eyesight? The answer is yes! Since they are a rich source of Vitamin A, carrots can help improve your eyesight and prevent night blindness as we get older.

Remember, excessive carrot consumption really can turn your skin orange!

If you loved this recipe, check out more cauliflower dishes here: Spicy Cauliflower BitesSpanish Riced Cauliflower, and Cauliflower Hash Browns.

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