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King Prawn stir fry made with Cauliflower Rice

King prawn stir fry with cauliflower rice

King prawn stir fry with cauliflower rice

Cauliflower really is a LCHFer’s best friend. It’s so versatile, and can be used as a substitute for so many grains.

Here is a quick stir-fry dish I knocked up. To prepare the cauiflower, I chopped it up and stuffed it in the food blender for a few seconds (not too fine). Then I microwaved it for 5 minutes to cook, before throwing it into a frying pan on high heat with the rest of the mix.  It makes a good replacement for rice.

All ingredients:

  • Cauliflower – prepped & microwaved as described
  • Butter and/or Coconut oil
  • 5 or 6 king prawns
  • 100g Peas
  • 2 Eggs
  • ½ Red onion
  • Ginger & Coriander to taste

You can use whatever veggie bits you have lying around. Pepper, courgettes, bean sprouts and carrots all work perfectly.

I do everything in one large frying pan, and as with all my frying, I use generous quantities of coconut oil and butter rather than highly processed “vegetable” oil.  

On a high heat setting, met the butter/coconut oil, scramble 2 eggs, then add the prawns & veggies, then the cauliflower & seasoning.

5 minutes – boom, done.

Top off with ginger & coriander for a perfect finish. Yum!


2 comments on “King Prawn stir fry made with Cauliflower Rice

  1. Siim Land
    October 25, 2015

    The best thing with cauliflower rice is that you can’t really tell the difference. I sometimes bake a crust out of it aswell. Super delicious.


  2. veezybell
    October 26, 2015

    i was gonna skip past this post until i realized that was cauliflower rice, not real rice. looks good!


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