Sunday, November 6, 2014 : Food Post : Cauliflower “Fried Rice”

It’s been a couple of days since posting a blog, but with good reason though… I got a bit busy and I caught a cold – but everything is okay now :D

This morning Ryan and I didn’t go to the palengke – but decided to go to the mall to run some errands and do grocery shopping there instead.  I’m still on the letter C for veggies, so I bought Cauliflower. Cauliflower here in the Philippines seems a bit more pricey than California, and it’s packaged up so small too, so I dont usually get this vegetable, but since  I haven’t made Cauliflower “Fried Rice” in awhile, I bought some today :D

I remember making this for my family in California with some Tilapia and it was a really good combination! It’s not really “rice” but it’s a pretty good substitute!

I made a batch for our lunch this week and will be eating it with some pan roasted chicken. The only ingredients I used for Cauliflower Fried Rice are: Cauliflower (grounded using a food processor, but one can simple chop it up finely until it looks like “rice”), half of a green red peppers, 3 strips of bacon chopped into bits, 3 eggs, salt and pepper to taste, chopped onions and garlic.  It tastes like fried rice from a Chinese Restaurant, without the actual rice, so this is paleo friendly, with a crunch :D

Really simple to make and at least you are getting your servings of vegetables in your meals.