Sometimes you have an idea like riced cauliflower, and in your head it looks so perfect that you decide it'd be easy to just chop the cauliflower by hand rather than use the food processor. In reality, chopping cauliflower is messy and you'll still get giant cauliflower chunks no matter how hard you try so take it from me, bust out the ol' food processor and save yourself the headache. Now that the disclaimer is over, let me just say that apart from the cauliflower explosion all over my kitchen floor, this meal is a win. It's easily customizable, too - just use whatever favorite veggies you've got laying around. I wish I had some carrots on hand to add a little color, but I'll have to use them next time around.
Ingredients for Riced Cauliflower Stir Fry
4T ghee (butter or coconut oil works, too)
1/2 c bone broth (non GAPS people can just use water)
sea salt to taste
1 med cauliflower head, FOOD PROCESSED (unless your knife skills are way better than mine and you're sure you won't get cauliflower all over the kitchen)
1 med onion
2 clove garlic
1 head kale, chopped
1 zucchini, chopped
1.5 c frozen peas
6 pieces organic bacon
4 organic sausage links
Directions for Riced Cauliflower Stir Fry
Preheat the oven to 350. Put 2T ghee on a baking sheet and put the sausage links on it and then in the oven. Set a timer for twenty minutes. While they're cooking, put the chopped onion in a pan over high heat with 2T ghee. While the onions are sautéing, bring another pan over high heat and begin cooking the bacon. It should cook for about 5 minutes on each side. While the bacon is cooking, bring a small saucepan of bone broth (or water) to boil. Go back to the onion pan and add in the riced cauliflower, kale, and zucchini. Reduce the heat of the pan to medium and continue to stir. When the saucepan of water is boiling, add the peas. Around this time the 20 mins should be up. Take the sausages out, flip them, and put them back in for 20 more minutes. The bacon should be done by now. Chop the bacon up into small pieces and set aside. The peas should be done by now. Strain, and set aside. Continue to stir the veggies, and crack two eggs into the pan, stirring so that the eggs scramble as they cook. Add the garlic and salt. When the veggies are cooked to your liking, remove from heat. Add the veggies, peas and bacon to a large serving dish. When the sausage is finished, cut into bite size pieces and add to the serving dish. Voila!