‘Low carb, low calories’: Michael Mosley’s rice recipe ‘cheap and very tasty’

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Michael Mosley showed his followers how he makes his healthy and low calorie alternative to rice.

The weight loss guru told his followers: “I have fallen in love with cauliflower rice.

“You simply grate some cauliflower and heat in microwave for one minute.

“Low carb, low calories, packed with nutrients, cheap and very tasty. Great for soaking up sauce.”

Michael claimed the rice is “fantastically quick and easy to do”.

Michael demonstrated how he grates his cauliflower, like you might cheese, with a regular grater.

Then, he said, you microwave it and put the rest of your meal on top of it.

Michael said: “One cauliflower costs me about £1 and I can get about five meals out of it.

“You can easily do it it under two minutes.”

Michael broke down the veggie equivalent to white rice, comparing one cup of each.

While cauliflower rice has 20 calories per cup compared to the 210 calories of white rice.

It has 4g of carbs compared to 46g if carbs in the white rice, and 2g of fibre compared to 1g of fibre.

Michael’s followers discussed the merits of cauliflower rice in the comments.

One said: “I fry it with coconut oil and pink Himalayan salt!! Delicious…”

Another said: “It’s also delicious tossed in a bit of olive oil and spread on a baking sheet in the oven for 20 mins.”

“I use it in kedgeree instead of rice. Amazingly delicious!” one wrote.

“I steam it and and add a dressing of lemon and oil for a basic salad with my protein. I also slice it and bake or shallow fry it too,” one follower wrote.

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Another said: “Dry fried and toasted, delicious. To be recommended.”

Michael recently showed followers how he makes his sauerkraut recipe. 

He explained: “It is a type of fermented that is packed full of healthy prebiotics and probiotics, delicious, cheap and really easy to make.”

Fermented foods have been found to support weight loss and healthy digestion.

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