I love bibimbap! Who is with me? Today I made bibimbap with cauliflower rice! Traditionally, bibimbap is made with rice and is loaded with carbohydrate. Substituting rice with cauliflower rice is the perfect way to serve bibimbap. Low carb, low fat, low calories, high fiber and packed with nutritional value.
Bibimbap is a Korean dish that means mixed rice. Bibimbap is served as a bowl of white rice topped with vegetable, chili pepper paste, soy sauce or soybean paste.
Cauliflower rice is cauliflower processed into rice-shaped. Cauliflower rice is light and fluffy like couscous. It’s also tender and just the right amount of chew like rice.
Cauliflower rice is low in calories and close to zero grams of fat, sodium, or sugar. A 100g of fresh cauliflower provides just about 26 calories. and 2 grams of dietary fiber. Cauliflower rice is an excellent source of vitamin C! 100g provides about 48.2mg or 80% of daily recommended value. Besides vitamin C, cauliflower rice contains a good amount of many vital B-complex and a great source of minerals such as manganese, copper, iron, calcium, and potassium.
1 Cup Organic soybean
1 Cup of organic brussels sprout
2 Medium organic yellow zucchini
1 Bag of organic cauliflower rice
1/2 Cup of spicy Korean sprouts
1/2 Cup of kimchi
1 Whole small organic orange cauliflower head
2 TablespoonKorean BBQ sauce
1 Teaspoon Himalayan salt
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Check out our video on how to make bibimbap with cauliflower rice!
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