Jodi’s Cauliflower Fried Rice
Today we have a WINNING recipe for you so that you can WIN in your nutrition and WIN in life!
Today’s WINNING recipe to meet Coach JC’s 10 WINNING Habits Is his very own Jodi’s Cauliflower Fried Rice. Jodi says this is one of the easiest meals to cook. So if she can do it, YOU CAN DO IT! A large head of cauliflower will feed three people. Where is my lean protein? Where are my veggies?
1 large head of cauliflower
1/2 onion diced
1 1/2 cup of frozen peas
2 cups of diced carrots
4 cloves of garlic
4-5 tablespoons of olive oil or tasted sesame oil
pepper to liking
garlic powder to liking
2 eggs scrambled
a few shakes of low sodium soy sauce or Bragg’s Aminos (which is the healthy version of soy sauce-see picture)
2 chicken breasts
Prep time:7 minutes
Cook time: 10 minutes maybe
Cut up the raw chicken into small strips so it will cook quicker. Place into a pan and let them cook on a lower temp, but cook until crisp on the outside.
Next take your cauliflower head and wash it then cut into large chunks, place in a food processor and pulse a few times to get it to a fine consistency. Do this to the whole thing and place in a bowl and set aside.
Then put garlic and onion in processor (or dice up) and place in a skillet with the oil and start on low. Cook this mixture until the onions are transparent. While this is cooking grab your carrots and place them in the processor (this was the quickest option for me) and pulse a few times.
After cutting up the remaining items the onions should be done and you can add the carrots in the skillet. Wait maybe 2 minutes and then add the cauliflower while stirring it all together, and lastly put in the peas.
This mixture should start cooking on a medium heat. While this is doing it’s thing, sprinkle pepper, garlic powder, and soy sauce and stir it in really well.
Now if you have a large skillet you can push everything to the edges and make a place to fry an egg or you can scramble it in the middle and them mix all of this together.
Your chicken should be done; so take it out of the pan and dice it up into bite size pieces and add it in to the other pan with all the goodness.
It’s now ready to serve. Our family likes their own fried egg on top of their fried “rice” so we did another egg for each person. Enjoy 🙂
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