Keto rice is my go-to substitute side dish for any meal in place of;
- ‘Bowl’ meals (in place of the wheat or corn tortillas)
- ‘Chinese/Japanese’ inspired dishes
It can be used in combination with;
- Taco or burrito mix
- Stir fry chicken/beef
- Steamed seafood & veggie
The possibilities are truly endless. The great thing is you can customize as you wish by adding or removing any items. For example, I like cabbage better than brussel sprouts.
Luckily, most of these fresh, whole food ingredients have a detoxing effect on the body reducing the body’s toxic burden that interferes with optimal health.
*You can skip most of the prep with a food processor – I just throw it all in.
- 24 ounces cauliflower florets (about ½ head)*
- 6 ounces broccoli florets/1 broccoli stalk (I do stem as well)*
- 1 – 1 inch slice of purple cabbage and/or 1 cup Brussel sprouts, (shredded)*
- 1 Tbsp fresh ginger (grated)*
- 3 garlic cloves (minced)*
- 1 small bok choy*
- 2 celery stalks, (diced)*
- 1 red onion (diced)*
- 2 carrots (grated)*
- 2 green onions, (chopped)*
- 1 Tsp black sesame seeds
- 2 Tbsp coconut amino (or more – sweet, teriyaki like)
- 1 Tbsp fresh grated turmeric (or powder)
- 4 Tbsp coconut or avocado oil, divided
- 2 large pastured eggs, beaten
- To make cauliflower rice, first start by pulsing cauliflower in a food processor until it takes on a rice-like form and then set aside.
- Next, add all other remaining veggie ingredients (in the first section) into processor and pulse until you get it to your desired size, then add to the bowl of cauliflower rice.
- In a small bowl, whisk coconut amino, ginger, turmeric, and 1 tbsp coconut oil.
- Next, heat 1 Tbsp coconut/avocado oil in a large wok or skillet over low heat. Add eggs and scramble until cooked to desired consistency then set aside.
- Heat 3 Tbsp coconut/avocado oil and add the veggie mix. Cook 6-8 minutes.
- Lastly, add the coconut amino mix and eggs. Stir constantly for another 2-3 minutes and enjoy!
This dish is best served immediately however you can place individual servings into a glass storage container or even freeze for future meal prep (ie: lunches or breakfast)