This recipe is a good way to get veggies into your kids (and husband!), while also lowering how many carbs you’re consuming. How? Swapping rice for cauliflower of course! This is a great dinner recipe from The Colourful Housewife.

What you’ll need:

1 full cauliflower with the florets broken off ready

100 grams of ham, chicken or prawns

1/2 a zucchini

1 onion

2 eggs

1/2 a  red capsicum

1 cup of mixed peas and corn

1 tablespoon of fish sauce

2 tables spoons of soy sauce

1 tablespoon of coconut oil (or sesame or olive oil)

How to make it:

Place cauliflower into a blender or Thermomix, blitz in pulses until it’s rice texture

Chop all other ingredients finely

Add onion and ham to wok or frying pan on medium heat, brown for 2 mins and then place in a bowl on the side

Place zucchini, capsicum and corn and peas into wok and cook for 1-2 mins

Add the blitzed cauliflower to the wok and stir through

Add the fish and soy sauce and stir through

Then add the onion and ham back to the wok

While the mixture is cooking, place 2 eggs in a microwave bowl, whisk well then cook on high for 1 min 20 sec, once cooked, remove and cut up then add to the mixture. Stir the eggs through gently.

Eat and enjoy! Yummy!

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