Cauliflower Fried Rice With Prawns Recipe | Low Carb Recipe | MyCookingCanvas
Sunday is inspiration Day. And here is a dish to inspire you to take one step towards a Ketosis life. This Cauliflower Fried Rice with Prawns can be prepared under just 15 minutes. With the goodness of virgin coconut oil, this dish tastes so good.
The ketogenic diet is a very low-carb. When you are on a high-carb diet, body used glucose as a primary energy. By lowering the intake of carbs, body transits into a state known as ketosis. It begins to burn ketones as the primary energy source which is produced in Ketosis.
One cup of steamed cauliflower has nearly 2 gm carb which is perfect to be included in a low-carb diet plan. I have added prawns to this dish. Prawns are an excellent source of protein, a good source of omega 3 fatty acids.
I have used here The Happygrove Co. Virgin Coconut Oil. It is made using the unique Cold-processing technology that use absolutely no heat or chemicals to retain its natural goodness, creating an oil rich in Lauric Acid and Vitamin E.No heat involved to help retain all essential nutrients and antioxidants.
Coconut Oil is rich in healthy fats. Compared to other oils, this can be converted into instant energy easily. The good fats of it also help you absorb many important nutrients to enhance the nutrition of the foods you eat it with.
To make this Cauliflower Fried Rice With Prawns Recipe you need a food processor. You can do grate it manually too using a grater. But that definitely take more time. It should not be ground to super fine powder. If you do so, then it’s better to use to make stuffed flatbread (Parantha).
You can skip Prawns if you want to make it a vegetarian dish. You can add green-peas, broccoli florets to make it more colorful even. I have added spring onions to it which definitely adds more flavor to the dish. Sometimes make it as simple as it is. And I love pairing with Spicy Dhaba Style Country-Chicken.
You may also like to check these Recipes where I have used The Happy Grove Coconut Oil