Dec 21 2010

BodyRocker Jos – Asian Inspired Fried Rice

Hi Zuzana and Freddy,

I’d like to submit this Asian inspired fried rice with a little twist
for other Bodyrockers to try! It’s a very simple dish and super easy
to make with only some basic ingredients.

3 Ingredients:
1/2 of cauliflower (pick the most white and big looking one!)
3 garlic cloves – minced
3 stalks of green onions-chopped (separate the green and white part)
Salt, pepper, garlic powder to taste
1 Tbsp olive oil/butter/lard/coconut oil or whatever oil you like!
Optional: curry powder for a little kick, paprika etc the choice is ENDLESS!

1. Chopped the cauliflower and ground them in your blender/food
processor until they look like this
<chopped cauliflower picture>

2. Minced the garlic and green onions (reserve the green parts for later use)

3. Heat up the non stick skillet with 1 Tbsp oil (I used olive oil)

4. Saute the garlic and the white part of the green onions until fragrant

5. Mix in the ground cauliflower
<stir fry cauliflower picture>

6. Seasoned with salt, pepper and garlic powder to taste

7. Mix in the green part of the green onions

8. Ready to devour!

Cauliflower Fried Rice!
<cauliflower fried rice pic topped w/ green onions>

It’s healthy, grain free and nutritious!

Merry Christmas everyone!



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  • rjr23

    Fantastic recipe!!!

  • Gigi Kagonda

    Tried it today,loved it!.ima cook it again!!

  • Kmsubbu22

    this is a nice recipe – I do not understand grain-free. Rice is a grain! and this is fried rice ;-) But great recipe. My friend suggested one like this but no onions or garlic. Thanks.

  • Amiljoen

    Hmm it got me Hungry

  • Yvette

    Very nice, going to try this very soon.

  • Frankieolives

    mmmm. that looks delish!

  • Naffy

    wow this recipe is genius i love creative bodyrockers ;)

  • Tania121086

    Great pictures! I am going to try this dish today, looks great.

  • Ana J.

    oh wow thank you so much for sharing this recipe, I would have never though of using cauliflower instead of rice, but I will definetely try, I love the fact that is just 3 or 4 ingredients…
    Thank you so much..