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Asian style Cauliflower “Fried Rice”

21 Mar

I’ve made Cauliflower Fried Rice a couple times before but haven’t got a chance to make it the “Asian way”. So using whatever ingredients I had in my pantry, I whipped this in under 30 minutes.

Asian style Cauliflower “Fried Rice”
Ingredients:
1 cauliflower head
1/2 white onion -diced
2 cups of frozen veggies (I used carrots and peas)
1-3 Tbsp coconut aminos
4 large eggs
Salt and pepper (white and black) to taste
1-2 Tbsp pure sesame oil
4 slices of uncured – minced

yea I saved Fage yogurt container to contain the minced onions.

Directions:
1. Grind the cauliflower in your food processor coarsely. Do not over grind, or you’ll end up with a mushy “fried rice” (unless you don’t mind)
2. Beat 4 large eggs and make a huge omelet – after it cooled down, fold and slice them thinly
3. Heat avocado oil on the pan in medium high heat
4. Saute the onions until translucent, add in the veggies and cauliflower
5. Season with coconut aminos, salt, and pepper
6. Add in the sliced eggs
7. Turn off the heat, add in the pure sesame oil


Supposedly I topped everything with green onions, but I had NONE so I left it out.

I might under-seasoned the “fried rice” a bit as it tasted kinda bland. Feel free to adjust the seasonings according to your taste. I don’t mind under-seasoned as I could always add more, but can’t fix anything over-seasoned (is that even a word?)

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