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A Grain-Free Way to Serve Rice
Whether or not you're cooking for gluten-free eaters, cauliflower "rice" is a delicious and supereasy side that feels fresh and light for practically any potluck. All you need is a grater; it does a speedy job of shredding the florets into grain-like bits, which you can then sauté or steam. The bits will cook more quickly than their carb-y counterpart and their mild flavor goes with a wide range of other dishes. This simple recipe pairs the cauliflower with herbs, lemon, apricots and walnuts; but, you can easily swap in alternatives, such as dried cranberries and pistachios.

Get the recipe: Cauliflower "Rice" Salad with Herbs and Dried Fruit