Salt and Pepper to taste
I promise this recipe is so so easy. I made it for the first time in a pinch this morning for my bento. Break off some florest from the cauliflower (washed), and throw them in manageable pieces into a food processor (I have a mini one). Then pulse the cauliflower until the pieces are quite small, the size of rice (or even smaller depending on the consistency you like). It doesn’t have to be precise. Then transfer the riced cauliflower into a microwavable bowl, and microwave covered for 2 minutes (for a 1 serving, about 1/2 cup). Then add some salt and pepper to taste.
You can freeze the uncooked cauliflower in bags, and when you’re ready to use it, defrost it a bit, then either microwave or pan fry until your desired done-ness when ready to eat. I’ll likely freeze batches, then put each 1 serving bag in the refrigerator to defrost the night before.