Just in case you’re like me, moving away from the sweet flavors and the heavy carbs, turkey cauliflower fried rice is for you.
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The other night we made a typical Italian dish, rice with peas, except I used cauliflower and it was just as comforting.
Today, of course, I have lots of turkey left over and I still had some of that cauliflower rice.
Thus, paleo turkey cauliflower fried rice was born. I’m giving you the recipe just as if you would have to start from scratch. I don’t do paleo 100% of the time, but it’s where I turn in between parties, dinners, etc, and I have way to many things coming up this month. I’m not as strict as some as I do eat dairy, but I try hard to stick to grain free eating several days a week.
Cauliflower is great around the holiday times because it fills you up, yet is healthy, and a good food to help you stay fit throughout the holidays. A few months back, I went on a roll with cauliflower, making paleo, vegan mashed cauliflower, and cauliflower parmesan.Cauliflower today. Cookies tomorrow. You know how that goes.
This was a fun lunch, and just enough to give me fuel for navigating the mall. Yes I do get out there; it’s tradition to start our Christmas season, even though I’m one of those who does most of my shopping last minute.
How about you? Are you pushing and shoving the crowds shopping or shopping on-line?
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In the meantime, here are a few more ideas for Thanksgiving left overs and Happy shopping.
- 1 head caulflower
- 1 tablespoon oil
- 2 tablespoons tamari sauce (see note)
- ½ onion, diced
- 1 cup peas
- 2 carrots, diced
- 8 ounces turkey, diced
- 1 egg
- Sriracha (Optional)
- Remove stems from cauliflower. Put into food processor and pulse until you have large rice sized pieces.
- Heat oil in pan, add onion, carrot, until softened.
- Push vegetables to side and scramble egg quickly into small pieces.
- Add cauliflower, turkey, and peas.
- Add in Tarmari Soy sauce. Mix well.