This is a staple in my house. The kids love it! I make it at least once a week. It goes really well with any sort of stir-fry, as an accompaniement to my
Yummy self-glazing Pork Ribs or with some prawns, fish, or just about anything. It’s really simple to use this as a base and add your favourite veges, some leftover roast meat or a crispy fried egg and some chili and herbs.
I don’t use any soy sauce or any of those to keep it “clean” but you can certainly go to town with a bit of fish sauce, dried shrimp, shallots and peanuts for a malaysian style or just a splash of soy/tamari and ham like your favourite chinese take-away.
- 1 head cauliflower (organic if possible)
- 1 onion
- 1 carrot
- 1 garlic clove
- 1 stick of celery
- 4 eggs
- 2 green shallots
- ½ bunch coriander
- 1-2 chilies
- 1 cup your fave greens (beans, asparagus, brocoli, spinach)
- 2 rashers bacon
- 4 tablespoons coconut oil for fryin
- I do this in a hot wok, it’s very important to have everything ready before you start cooking as it can all happen very fast!
- Dice or simply Blitz up your onion, garlic, carrot, celery into small pieces
- Slice the bacon up into thin strips
- Blitz the cauliflower in the food processor in batches so that it resembles rice
- Slice the shallots, chili and coriander for garnish
- Gently beat the eggs together in a small bowl.
- Heat up half the oil in your wok (or frying pan)
- Pour in the beaten eggs and swirl the wok around with your spatula in the centre to form a quick, fluffy omelette.
- Fold up your omlette and slide it onto your chopping board
- Now reheat your wok with the remaining oil and fry the bacon until it is changing colour, add the onion mix and stir fry until fragrant and soft
- Add the cauliflower and stir well
- Season with a big pinch of salt and some fresh cracked pepper (or a splash of soy/tamari)
- Once the cauliflower is cooked through, turn off the heat and stir through the greens and chopped up omelette.
- Scatter the garnish on top and enjoy.
- Tip: make extra to take for lunch or have again the next night - winning!