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Thursday, 27 March 2014

Carb free Egg fried Rice Recipe.


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Okay so I am not the brain child of this recipe at all that I owe to Rosie the writer of the blog The Londoner however I was so impressed with my own attempt (including a few adjustments) that I had to post about it. It's really simple, super tasty and also considerably healthier than my usual egg fried rice dish from the Chinese. Basically this recipes involves grating and stir frying fresh cauliflower, sounds disgusting doesn't it? Well I promise you it isn't anything like it sounds. The cauliflower, when grated mimics the look of rice in looks and consistency and it takes on flavors  so very well, you could edit this recipe to your own taste, perhaps use prawns like Rosie did, or use Tofu if you are a vegetarian its very adaptable and super tasty so go and get yourself a cauliflower, I promise you won't regret it.


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INGREDIENTS


2 tbsp Chinese stir fry oil,
2 cloves of garlic, crushed,
2 or 3 fresh chillies, chopped,

1 cauliflower
2 eggs,
2 spring onions, chopped,

METHOD 

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Heat oil in wok
 add chilli, garlic and spring onions in
 toss to flavour the oil 
add the cauliflower toss again 
add soy sauce then make a well
 crack two eggs (let it cook a little) then toss again making sure the egg is fully mixed in.
For the chicken I used this recipe



5 comments:

  1. This looks delicious. I want to cook a lot more and this looks so simple to make! I think I would add in small bits of chicken chopped up into the rice and have that as a dish!

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  2. this looks delicious!!! gotta try this soon mhmmm

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  3. Yummy! I'd never thought of using cauli as a rice replacement. This looks delicious and I'm going to try it. x x

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  4. It is so nice! You have to try it! xx

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  5. I use cauliflower in so many of my recipes as a carb replacer. It is amazing as pizza crust!

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