Recipe by John Melinte
"This is a low-carb option for those who want all the flavor of Chinese fried rice but none of the guilt."
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sesame oil, divided
cubed pork loin
green onions, sliced
This is a good way to prepare cauliflower, but I need to make a few changes next time. This recipe really needs a large wok to make successfully, I think. It nearly overwhelmed my 12 inch skillet. First of all, I think the meat needs to be seasoned. A classic way to prepare a Chinese dish is to heat the oil (usually peanut oil, because of the high smoke point) with a couple of slices of ginger, and some sliced garlic. When they brown, remove them from the oil, and then add the meat. The flavored oil, along with some soy sauce at this point, would help the meat to have some flavor. Also, instead of green onions, next time I will sub 1/2 to 1 onion, chopped, to saute with at least 3 cloves of garlic. My skillet wasn't really large enough to handle the eggs, so I need to cook them to soft scramble stage in a separate pan. Last, use the sesame oil as a seasoning, instead of a cooking oil, along with the chopped green onions. I used much more than the 6 tablespoons recommended in the recipe. Agree with another reviewer, this recipe is very filling.
Way too much soy sauce. Not enough cauliflower. A lot of work.
This recipe is unbelievable. I served it to 2 cauliflower non-lovers and didn't tell them what it was until they were finished raving about it. Hubby said it's up there with his other favourite recipe from AR. That is one high praise. I wasn't sure that straight veggies and pork was going to be enough for my big boys, so I made some rice anyways to add to the dish. The rice is now in my freezer. It was totally unnecessary. The directions don't tell you when to add the peas so I added them to the wok with the pork on it's second round. I also nuked the peas rather than use the stove top. I am so glad I tried this recipe. As another reviewer bd.weld said, "definitely a keeper". Thanks so much John Melinte!
Outstanding and definitely a keeper. This recipe is so flavorful and versatile. The only thing I recommend is maybe one more clove of garlic. The cauliflower rice is spot on. Thank you John Melinte for a great recipe.
Used this recipe as a base and replaced the pork with shrimp. Delicious low carb alternative to fried rice! Hubs loved it as well!
Made this for lunch for my fiance and myself and it was wonderful! Very easy to make, just a little prep work needed. I used some leftover shredded pork shoulder and just crisped it up a bit in the pan following the same steps in the recipe. This will be a regular lunch for us! I served with a baked eggroll on the side :)
So good !!! I love fried rice, but can't afford the carbs ! Thanks for the great recipe !!
I made this recipe, but i took some suggestions of others (added the peas at the end, and I cooked the eggs separately and added them in). I also made some changes of my own: I marinated the cubed pork in some toasted sesame oil, fresh chopped ginger, and a chopped garlic clove for about 30 minutes or so (while I prepped everything else) and I left the ginger in the finished meal and it was delicious!! I also added some corn and bean sprouts at the end. And for the record, I really dislike the taste of cauliflower and I had a second serving!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Cauliflower Fried 'Rice'
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 172
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