Keto Cauliflower egg fried rice

This is perfect to go with anything and so, so easy. We had it as a side to Chinese Pork Belly.

One whole cauliflower – turned into cauliflower rice (see previous “cauliflower rice” recipe for details).

One carrot finely chopped

3 to 4 spring onions finely sliced

Clove of garlic – finely chopped

One beaten egg

2 Tablespoons of coconut oil or olive oil

Handful of nuts – whatever are your favourites.

Splash of reduced sugar/gluten free soy sauce

Heat oil in a pan and add carrots and cauliflower and fry until the vegetables start to soften; takes approx 5 minutes. Then add the garlic and the white part of the spring onions, cook for a further minute and then add the beaten egg, stirring continuously so everything is combined. Once the egg is cooked add the green part of the onion, nuts and the soy sauce, stir it all together and serve immediately – delicious !!

A little sunshine on your plate

This is so quick, so easy, and so colourful.

Cut up some veg (of your choosing) I used peppers, red onion, courgette, garlic and celery – tossed in olive oil, sprinkling of salt and wang in a hot oven for 30 minutes.

Looks and tastes amazing and can be served with literally anything !!

Cauliflower Rice

There are so many different recipes for this. The basic premise is to firstly prepare it, so here goes.

Take your cauliflower and remove all the green leaves and as much of the stem/core that you can.

Then segment the cauliflower, again removing as much stall as you can.

Now place in a blender and press “pulse” several times.

Now press “pulse” a few times until the cauliflower resembles rice – not couscous. Don’t over pulse/blend it.

Voila!! Basic cauliflower uncooked rice !!

Sunshine in a bowl

Tzatziki – this easy dip is so quick and delicious and transports me back to Greece – love it !

250g Tub of full fat Greek yogurt

Glug of olive oil

1 cucumber (peeled and grated)

Large handful of mint leaves

2 spring onions finely chopped

Clove of garlic

Sea salt

Peel the cucumber and grate into a cloth, squeeze out all the liquid from the cucumber – this is important – no one wants a soggy tzatziki !!

I crush the garlic with the sea salt to make a soft paste then add this to the yogurt together with EVERYTHING else, mix and serve !!

It is that easy, and way quicker and tastier than trudging to the supermarket to make it.