Caulifried 'Rice'

Caulifried 'Rice'
 
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Ingredients

Ingredients
Method
 
  • 2 small heads of cauliflower, separated into florets
  • 1 bunch spring onions, chopped
  • 1 bunch wild garlic, chopped
  • 2 large or 4 small pieces of pork belly slices, grilled 'til crisp then chopped small (or use seasoned tofu) olive oil
  • soy sauce
Obviously not rice,but it looks a bit like it.

Chop the cauliflower in a food processor until it is about the size of rice grains or Quinoa.

Stir fry the chopped spring onions in oil and a touch of soy until softened then add in pork/tofu. Stir until well mixed.

Then add in the cauliflower. Sprinkle with about 1 tbs dark soy sauce and mix well combined with the rest of the ingredients.

Cover and cook on a very low heat.

Meanwhile, chop the wild garlic and stir fry in a pan with some oil and soy sauce. Mix that into the cauliflower, adding 1/2 cup water as well.

Cover, leave to cook for about 10 minutes until the water has gone and the cauliflower is tender.

Eat on its own, or use it to soak up a sauce based dish

Caulifried 'Rice'

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A good low carb alternative for rice!

If you cannot find wild garlic, then use a small bunch of spinach for the greens and use ordinary garlic fried in with the spring onions.

Method


Obviously not rice,but it looks a bit like it.

Chop the cauliflower in a food processor until it is about the size of rice grains or Quinoa.

Stir fry the chopped spring onions in oil and a touch of soy until softened then add in pork/tofu. Stir until well mixed.

Then add in the cauliflower. Sprinkle with about 1 tbs dark soy sauce and mix well combined with the rest of the ingredients.

Cover and cook on a very low heat.

Meanwhile, chop the wild garlic and stir fry in a pan with some oil and soy sauce. Mix that into the cauliflower, adding 1/2 cup water as well.

Cover, leave to cook for about 10 minutes until the water has gone and the cauliflower is tender.

Eat on its own, or use it to soak up a sauce based dish
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