Cauliflower Egg Fried Rice
I’ll let you in a secret.
I didn’t want to share this recipe with you. It was meant to be for my clients only because it’s so easy to make, yet gives you a very whole protein meal, along with some vegetables to fill you up. In my opinion, this is one of the best creations! Oh wait. Right. The best part. You only need two ingredients to whip this up! But I though to myself… alright, the audience needs something good once in awhile =p
Cauliflower is super versatile. Not only is it filled with nutrients (Potassium & Fiber to name a few), you can also use it to substitute carbohydrate favorites like mash potatoes or rice! Preparation work can be a bit of a hassle though, so I’d suggest you preparing this in bulk.
Eggs are also great! Some of the best protein sources in the world ever, easily available, nice to eat, and you can cook it in various methods. YUM. If you’re looking to pump up on some muscles, this is the go-to ingredient!
Mix them together and BOOM. You’d think they’re just friends, but noooooo. Once you get this dish all cooked up, you’ll know they’re more than friends. They are friends with benefits. Soul mates. Partners. Like ingredients who have not found each other for awhile. Genius I say. Super genius.
I get it, you want the recipe, you want to make it now. Let me show you the whey (pun intended):
Prep Time: 10mins
Cooking Time: 10 mins
Serving Size: Serves One
Suitable for: Anytime Meal
Medium-sized curved pan
1 medium cauliflower
1tbsp olive oil
A pinch of pepper
A pinch of salt
- Boil water in a pot and place eggs inside the pot for 6-10 mins on high heat.
- Remove eggs from hot water and leave to cool in tap water before peeling
- Finely dice hard boiled eggs until it looks like rice. Set aside.
- Finely dice cauliflower until it looks like rice.
- Heat the pan up to medium heat and add oil.
- When oil is heated, pour the diced cauliflower into the pan and leave it to cook, stirring regularly for about 5 minutes.
- Add eggs, salt and pepper and stir the ingredients.
- Once the dish is properly mixed, plate the dish and serve.
- You can speed the dicing up by using a blender to pulse the cauliflower, or by placing chopped cauliflower into a food processer