Hey everyone! It’s definitely been a while and I apologize about that. Life can get busy (especially with a toddler keeping you on your toes!) but I am here with an awesome new recipe I came up with on the fly last night! I’m excited to share this with you because….well, I really like it! It’s definitely something that I am going to make regularly on weeknights going forward. This is my spin on fried rice but using cauliflower rice. It’s full of flavor and is something the whole family can enjoy. The best part – it can be made Whole30 compliant! Enjoy!
Weeknights are busy for my family. Trying to fit in time to cook something quick, easy, and healthy can be a challenge. This recipe has become a weekly staple in my home since developing it. Not only is it easy, delicious, and healthy but it is also cheap to make!
This vegetable dense meal is dairy/grain free, Paleo, and has options to make it Whole30 approved! And if meat is not your thing, I have also included options in the recipe to make it vegan.
If grains are not an issue for you, feel free to serve it over brown rice or aromatic Basmati or Jasmine rice. You can also enjoy it as a stew if you wish.
This dish serves 4-6 which means I have leftovers for lunch! It’s even better the next day!
Chicken Curry with Coconut Garlic Ginger Cauliflower Rice
I absolutely love Indian food! As with anything that I love to eat, I always have to try and replicate it in my own kitchen. This dish has evolved a lot over time and I am really happy with the final product.
When we decided to go on the Whole30 I was happy to discover that this dish was compliant. The only difference is that I have created a cauliflower “rice” to pair with the curry. If you are not on the Whole30 feel free to prepare regular rice to go with it. I highly recommend Basmati Rice. It is a delicious, fragrant rice that is traditionally used in Indian cuisine.
This Coconut, Garlic, and Ginger Cauliflower is so good that it could easily stand on its own as a side dish. I definitely will be making it again soon.